How to Make Good Judgments
How to Make Good Judgments
Ever wonder "How can I improve the quality of my relationship with people who are important to me?"
How to Make Good Judgments helps you develop good self-leadership so that you are able to make good value judgments, leading to your personal, professional and business success.
1. Discuss and define what is Good Leadership.
2. Recognise why Good Self Leadership is a precursor to Good Leadership.
3. Identify the 3 components of Self-Awareness.
4. Reflect on your Values.
5. Define what is value judgment and why it’s important.
6. Recognise how our value judgments can be measured.
7. Identify the differences between the Self-Centric Mindset and the Valuegenic Mindset.
8. Differentiate between IQ, EQ and VQ.
9. Reflect on your habits of mind and how it can trigger you.
10. Implement actions to bypass your self-sabotaging habits.
This program is for working professionals, managers, business leaders, fresh graduates or anyone who want to motivate their staff, build stronger trust with their colleagues, succeed in their career, or all of the above!
1. First Things First
2. Getting To Know Each Other
3. What is Good Leadership?
4. Good Self Leadership
5. Understand & Practice Active Mindfulness
6. Values and Value Judgements
7. Measuring Your Value Judgments
8. Our Self-Centric Mindset
9. Adopting a Valuegenic Mindset
10. Habits of Mind
11. Strategies to Bypass Self-sabotaging Habits
12. Summary & End of Session
Principal Coach and Consultant, ThinkE LLP
Chris Chew is an experienced learning & organization development consultant who is a passionate advocate of effective leadership and thinking skills. As the founder of ThinkE LLP, he coaches and conducts leadership training to help others achieve their goals by tapping into their best ways of thinking, using a combination of neuroscience and value science.
Chris has more than 20 years of experience working in large multinationals like Royal Dutch Shell as well as top Singapore institutions such as SIM (Singapore Institute of Management), where he has led initiatives such as culture transformation, change management, talent & succession management, employee engagement, leadership development, corporate learning & development and consulting.
He was the lead adjunct lecturer in Organizational Development and Change at SUSS (Singapore University of Social Science). Chris is also a certified NCRT, DISC, I-OPT facilitator, Results Coaching System Coach, ACTA certified trainer and adjunct facilitator at IAL (Institute of Adult Learning).
Chris holds a Master of Organizational Leadership (Leadership, Policy and Change) from Monash University, Australia as well as a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
He is also the author of the book “Conversations About Success – What Matters and How to Achieve It”.