Ground Sensing Workshop, 21 Nov 2015

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The half day workshop equips the participants with the necessary know-how to better understand ground issues and manage racially charged situations.

Participants will be equipped with skills and understand the necessary steps for accurate ground sensing. There will be also interactive role-plays based on real-life case studies.

Workshop Objectives 

The broad objectives of the workshop are to raise awareness on:

  •  Ground issues and developing the right techniques for ground sensing
  •  Barriers and fault lines to community engagement
  •  Techniques and skills in mediation and facilitating a conflict of a racial/religious nature within the constituency

 Trainer’s profile

As CEO of a consultancy firm, Viswa Sadasivan oversees the strategic development and provides much of the company’s vision and drive. Viswa is also personally involved in providing strategic consultancy and Master Class coaching sessions for key decision makers from both the private and public sectors in Singapore and around the region. The oragnisation has been in the business of strategic media & crisis training and consultancy since its inception in 1997.

To date, Viswa has conducted strategic communications training for the senior management of more than 100 organisations and close to 6,000 CEOs/Directors, from the regional operations of Fortune 500 companies to government and quasi-government agencies in Singapore.

Date: 21 November 2015 (Saturday) 

Time: 9.00AM – 1.00PM 

Venue: OnePeople.sg (Harmony Room 1 & 2) 

381 Toa Payoh Lorong 1, 

Singapore 319758 

** Refreshments are provided at the workshop 

For registration, kindly contact your IRCC coordinator or ashley@www.onepeople.sg at 62533285 or dashini@www.onepeople.sg at 62594116

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