We are too!
Leaderonomics conducts an exclusive range of simulations that help you and your team develop valuable functional and leadership skills. Designed by Silega Switzerland, content is contextualised by our local experts to ensure learning is fully captured as you enjoy these experiential discovery sessions.
Even the best plans fail without alignment, engagement and commitment. Experience common obstacles to organisational productivity such as the lack of trust, poor communication and stakeholder management, and the impact of egos and conflict. Discover practical ways to improve team performance and how internal strength defines the external strength of your organisation.
How would you cope with changing business realities and increased competition? Would you conserve or innovate, cooperate or compete, support or lead? Does your organisation have what it takes to survive and succeed in challenging environments? Find out in this experiential session.
How would you deal with resource constraints, time pressure, data overload and unexpected crises on the ultimate challenge? In this board-game based simulation, teams embark on an intense climbing expedition where their choices determine success, or otherwise. Does your team have the ability to persevere, and the kind of leadership required to thrive in tough conditions?
“The Leaderonomics growth partner and faculty took the time to understand the organisational needs in terms of training. The Leaderonomics faculty was quick to set the tone and pace at the start of the training and facilitated the session effectively.
Because the training product Silega Cold War™ is innovative and encouraged high participation and teamwork within and across teams, the training was interesting and impactful throughout.
At the end of the Cold War simulation, he was able to guide participants to relate back to real life challenges faced by the organisation and initial action plans to address those challenges were suggested for further follow-up. It was a truly engaging and enjoyable session.” – David Chin, Head of ACCA Malaysia