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"I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times,

I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed.

I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.

Michael Jordan

Unleashing Career Power

Employee Retention - Unveil new perspectives in career development


Managing Career for Success

In today’s competitive business environment, employee retention is an important organizational focus. One of the proven employee retention strategies is to provide them with career development opportunities. 


Career management and planning not only facilitate the growth and development of the employees, but also builds up the organizational capabilities in achieving more with less. When the employees find their passion at work, leverage their strengths, and fulfil the organizational goals, both the organization and employees will be benefited. 



Managing Changes for Success

There is a saying: “The only constant that doesn’t change is change.” In today’s technological world, with increasing customer demands, organizations have often needed to make changes to adapt and grow. 


The number of changes that employees are facing has been increasing at tremendous speed. Whether you like it or not, changes will emerge in an increasing rate. Your positive mindset and capability in adapting to changes will create the competitive edge for you. 


The “Managing Changes for Success” program aims at equipping the participants with the psychology and techniques in adapting to changes quickly and effectively. 




Managing Projects for Success

Managing projects is both an art and science. Successful project managers need to manage the project tasks and work well with the project team members, whom they don’t usually have the direct reporting line. 


From simple to complicated projects across different teams or departments, or countries, there are a set of project management practices and techniques that one can master. 


The “Managing Projects for Success” program aims at equipping the participants with a set of project management practices and techniques, so that they can manage projects and people with ease. 


Managing Stakeholders for Success

To be successful in the workplace, the ability to get along with key stakeholders are crucial. These key stakeholders include your boss, peers, direct reports, and customers. Each of the stakeholders has different needs, personalities, priorities, etc. Working well with them will definitely increase your chance of success in the workplace. 


The “Managing Stakeholders for Success” program aims at equipping the participants with the strategy and skills to identify their key stakeholders and formulate strategies in working with each group of them. 


Managing Time for Success

‘Time” is the fairest commodity in the world. No matter who you are, whether you are the country president, the CEO, the departmental head, or the front-line employees, each of us have an equal amount of time, 24 hours per day. 


Why do some leaders and employees achieve more than the others? One of the golden keys relies on their capability to manage time, i.e., their priorities. 


The “Managing Time for Success” program aims at equipping the participants with the time management principles, skills, and tools, so that they can achieve the most out of the working day. 


"I am writing to thank Matchy for designing and facilitating a structured and effective workshop for us.  I was very encouraged to observe interactive communications and participation between the trainer and the participants.  Through the workshop the trainer inspired participants to gain new knowledge and to learn and practice new skills.  Participants appreciated the learning experience and all gave positive feedback.  I was impressed by the professionalism of the trainer during the process of design, implementation and follow-up evaluation of the workshop.

Ms. Iris Lam

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

BCT Financial Limited, Bank Consortium Trust Company Limited

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