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“Names are the sweetest and most important sound in any language.”

Dale Carnegie

Unleashing People Power

Learn how to connect and influence others via proven-psychological principles and practices

Influencing & Moving

Psychology of Influencing & Moving Others

In the workplace, your ability to influence and move others is critical to your success, whether you influence the buying decisions of your customers, the buy-in of your proposal from other departments, the commitment from your direct reports to support an organizational initiative, or even influence your boss to give you a raise. 


People follow you because of your authority to command or your authentic influencing style will make a big difference in terms of the relationship and the results. 


The “Psychology of Influencing and Moving Others” program aims at equipping the participants with psychological principles and techniques in influencing and moving others to follow your direction, proposal, ideas, etc., and gain commitment instead of compliance. 

Psychology of Connecting with Others

In one of the best-selling books, Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, Dr. John Maxwell points out that in our day-to-day communication, we often send out messages without really connecting others’ minds and hearts. As a master communicator, your ability to communicate at a higher level, in which you can connect and build trust with others, is essential to your success. 


The “Psychology of Connecting Others” program is based on the timeless principles of Dr. John Maxwell’s best-selling book, Everyone Communicates, Few Connect. The program will teach the participants the 5 principles and 5 practices to connect with others effectively. 

Connecting with
Relationship through Psychometrics

Psychology of Relationship through Psychometrics

Psychology of Handling Conflicts

There is a saying, “Everyone is different and predictably different.” We all have different personalities, which influence one’s ways of thinking, decisions, and interacting with others. 


Psychologists have been working for decades to come up different valid personality tools that allow us to better understand others and ourselves. The well-known personality tools, such as MBTI, DISC, and Workplace Big 5 have been used by many of the Fortune 500 corporations in employee, leadership, and team development. 


Our consultants are certified in a variety of personality tools, and we can deliver training solutions to support employees and teams to collaborate and relate each other effectively. 

There is a saying, “When there are people, there are conflicts.” Do you agree? Given the differences in one’s values, interest, personality, needs, etc., conflicts are inevitable. Therefore, programs related to conflicts are often known as “Conflict Management” programs instead of a “Conflict Avoidance” program. 


The “Psychology of Handling Conflicts” program will bring the participants to a higher level of awareness and understanding about conflicts. Thus, they will have higher motivation to handle and manage conflicts in a constructive manner.

Handling Conflicts
Different Generations

Psychology of Working with Different Generations

In today’s workplace, there is co-existence of five generations of workforce, namely are the Traditionalists (since 1930), the Baby Boomers (since 1943), Generation X (since 1965), Generation Y (since 1981), and the upcoming workforce, the Millennials (since 2000). Each generation has its unique characteristics, values, and preferences in the workplace. 


The understanding and abilities to get along with each generation has become a major agenda of the Human Resources Professionals. By harmonizing and building on the strengths of each generation, it can create a positive force and impact on organizational goals. 


The “Psychology of Working Different Generations” program aims at helping the participants to appreciate the beauty and values of each generation. They will also learn the techniques and tips in getting along with different generations. 

Psychology of Having Crucial Conversation 

In working with others, there are often some high stakes situations that make the conversation challenging and difficult. Situations such as intense disagreement, heated debates, conflicting priorities, and delivering negative news all create challenges in creating an open and constructive dialogue. 


High stakes situations are unavoidable in the workplace, given the differences between each individual. Therefore, learning how to deal with high stakes situations by having constructive crucial conversations will bring benefits to different parties in the workplace. 



The “Psychology of Having Crucial Conversations” program aims at equipping the participants with a structured dialogue process, together with the principles in dealing with negative emotions.

Crucial Conversation

Thanks so much for making our communication workshop a success. Matchy has the ability to connect with people in a dynamic, engaging and insightful way which communicates his message with the utmost effect. He did an excellent job of addressing the communication psychology in new era and made the experience meaningful for everyone that attended.  Most importantly, feedback from the attendees was highly positive. 


Vienne Choi, Senior Marketing Manager

Allianz Global Investors

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