ACT human’s consultants, who deliver our training and coaching programs, are specially selected for their outstanding effectiveness and inspirational qualities. Each is highly qualified in our areas of expertise. They have conducted programs and delivered solutions in Asia, the Pacific, Australia, Europe, South America and Japan.
Our consultants have undergone ACT human’s strict, intensive and rigorous train-the-trainer process to ensure they are equipped for high-quality consultation and delivery that our clients have come to expect from us.
Their expertise in needs analysis and customization of solutions is key to integrate our programs into the client organization’s existing leadership and management development model and culture, and to ensure that solutions are designed to be practical and relevant for participants and deliver excellent value to the client.
Our extensive experience in consulting interculturally allows us to successfully train, coach, design and deliver solutions anywhere required. Our consultants are also skilled in training and coaching managers and executives for whom English is not the first language.
The availability and assignment of a consultant will only be known after specific performance objectives, location, dates and language of facilitation/ coaching are determined.
Paula’s main areas of interest are corporate and individual resilience, 'humanagement'*, contemporary neuroscience,
performance improvement, leadership development, business communications, instructional design and wellness.
Her work is focused on using humanagment to build more resilience in organizations/ the world.
* 'humanagement' is about turning adversity into positive energy for growth by adopting, supporting, promoting and implementing
thinking patterns, behaviors, practices, policies and systems that foster wellness, learning and sustainability and, therefore, resilience.
Justine's goal is to help organisations, leaders & individuals find a sustainable way
to deliver performance.
This means creating organizational structures and developing leadership skills,
which are people -focused and business-focused.
Nicholas' main areas of interest are in the development of greater self-awareness, personal passion and values, and work-life integration in achieving personal, career, and organisational transformation. His work helps clients thrive at work and life with joy and confidence.
at times it is vital to assess individual preferences and reveal critical dynamics to ensure that performance objectives are achieved and, ultimately, to enable the development of high-performance in the workplace.
in times like these we choose to integrate the following tools into our programs:
1. team management systems
team management profile (tmp™)
obstacles-opportunity quotient (qo2™)
2. interpersonal influence inventory (iii™)
3. the platinum rule®
3. subarctic survival situation (sss™)
team management systems
all our consultants are tms-accredited and often we choose to integrate their instruments into our programs.
tms is recognized as the foremost integrated system of work-based, research-proven assessments worldwide - supporting effect positive and lasting change and higher performance in the workplace
benefits of using tms instruments
shows how key work areas fit together and the need for activities to be linked together
allows team members to see clearly how the team maps onto a researched model of team effectiveness and
what areas may need to be addressed
enhances self-awareness – the foundation of sustainable team and leadership development
provides practical feedback and insights on work preferences, leadership strengths and risk-orientation
enhances understanding of what motivates people at work
provides practical feedback on individuals, jobs and team performance
provides a complete overview of how people are working together
the tmp™ highlights an individual's major and related areas of work preferences, including information
individual and leadership strengths
....essential information for developing individuals and teams
in addition, 'areas for self-assessment and key points of note' enable an individual to develop focused action-plans and improve performance.
information on linking helps team members understand how best to communicate with each other.
norm data is included for comparison of individual work preferences with those of managers worldwide.
the risk-orientation model
five subscales form the basis of the qo2™ methodology and comprise the risk-orientation model. all scales have undergone a rigorous research program and have high face validity and utility for managers and their teams. the five subscales are:
MTG energy - how much energy you put into 'moving towards your goals'
multi-pathways - the extent to which you find ways around obstacles
fault-finding - how good you are at seeing potential obstacles
optimism - the extent to which you expect positive outcomes
time-focus - a measure of your psychological time and your orientation to the past, the present or the future
the qo2™ profile is invaluable for:
finding ways around obstacles
potential obstacle analysis
the opportunities-obstacles profile and the team management profile together give five-factor feedback to rival the best clinical personality instruments. the difference is the focus placed on work. you will learn how to harness your own uniqueness and to get the most out of your work life.
the subarctic survival situation (sss™) provides a unique opportunity to quickly and objectively measure whether your groups are achieving synergy—as well as demonstrate this otherwise elusive concept.
synergy occurs when the interactive efforts of two or more people produce a solution that is superior to their independent solutions. by measuring the quality of both individual and team performance on a single task, this simulation allows groups to quickly calculate the extent to which they are fully utilizing their resources—and doing so in a way that achieves synergy.
unique characteristics of the sss™
establishes a constructive, team-oriented atmosphere
strengthens members' rational and interpersonal problem-solving skills
demonstrates and promote synergy within groups
improves the efficiency and effectiveness of individual and group decision making
In addition to customized in-company training, facilitation and coaching solutions, we also offer some of our programs
for open enrollment.
In Singapore, we have also been collaborating with the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) for over 10 years to offer some of our programs for open enrollment to professionals. These long-running programs are among some of the most popular at SIM.
Join our classes, or contact us about our our in company solutions where we also cater to small group and individual training and coaching.