Business Consulting


  • Business set up
  • SME growth strategy
  • Business strategy
  • Performance improvement
  • Business audit
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Driving retailing growth

Many new business owners hold a common assumption about business consultant services – namely that they’re only for huge, well-established organizations and expensive. In reality, business consulting provide added value to improve performance at companies of all sizes. We provide high-caliber advice back by research and information on a variety of topics, empowering your businesses to run more effectively.

Career Management


The term “career management” is a bit abstract for some people. It sounds like this fluffy, indefinable concept that doesn’t really mean a whole lot. In reality, career management is a very significant and specific process that, when done properly, helps to ensure long-term career success. In order to get the most out of your career, you have to put some effort into caring for it. Left to its own devices, your career may end up wildly off course. Without a structured career management plan, you’ll quickly find yourself doing what’s easy or convenient or what others want you to do. You may discover your future goals don’t align with your present-day actions. And, before you know it, your career will be managing you.

  • Surviving career transition
  • Effective resume writing
  • Improve your Interview skills
  • Effective presentation skills
  • How to start a business
  • How to select a franchise
  • Mastering time management
  • Managing expectation to success
  • Mindset shift: game changer

Assessment


  • 180 – 360 degree diagnostic
  • Gap identification
  • Surveys and interviews
  • Stakeholders mapping
  • Competency framework development
  • Performance assessment
  • Situation assessment
  • Foundational assessment

Business assessment is an effective analytical tool for assessing overall business performances, opportunities, risk etc. This particular process involves strategic planning, process development and understanding business requirements. The importance of such an assessment is numerous and varies with the kind of the assessment content. The importance is even more crucial now that business volatility seems to be the norm and businesses requires to understand how they would serve the future better to stay competitive.

Business assessment helps:

  • Understand ongoing process of the business. It emphasize on various aspects of an overall business process through which new avenues could be created and resolve loopholes of the process.
  • It is an effective way through which the risk and threat factors associated with a business could be analyzed. Even this also provides solution for eliminating the risk as well.
  • It helps realize the status of the business in the present market in comparison to others. This could help the business to understand what improvements are required for improving the business standard.
  • It helps in regulation of the internal controls of the business. This helps in strengthening the security controls of a business so that internal regulations are not exposed to the competitors.

team of trainers


Clement Ng

Principal Consultant, Founder

With over 30 years of healthcare industry experience, Dr. Scott Riley serves as the Chief Medical Officer at SANA Medical Center.

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Team Building


Team building brings people together by encouraging collaboration and teamwork. Fun activities that help people see each other in a different light allow them to connect in a different setting. People on your team are asked to think about the implications of these activities at their workplace to get better results. Effective team building means more engaged employees, which is good for company culture and boosting the bottom line. It can also be adventurous and enjoyable if you do it with a little pizzazz. To be truly effective, it needs to be a continual process, embedded into your team and organization's culture.

  • Indoor & outdoor base activities
  • Behavioral type activities
  • Skill base type activities
  • Team alignment workshop

Hard skills


The first line of emphasis is typically towards hard skills: abilities, training, knowledge, specific skills. Companies are demanding specific knowledge to ensure critical success of the business. Work force studies have shown that more HR professionals prioritized hard skills and expect to focus on them even more in the next decade Without hard skills, the person would not be able to land an interview in the first place as the screening process would eliminate the chance.

  • Sales management
  • The sales methodology
  • Distribution and channel management
  • Understanding customer orientation
  • Key Account Management
  • High performance management
  • Tracking and measurement
  • Retail audit
  • Visual merchandising and promotional management
  • Brand management
  • Driving growth with category management
  • Trade marketing
  • Sales negotiation
  • Driving ROI to achieve results

The first line of emphasis is typically towards hard skills: abilities, training, knowledge, specific skills. Companies are demanding specific knowledge to ensure critical success of the business. Work force studies have shown that more HR professionals prioritized hard skills and expect to focus on them even more in the next decade Without hard skills, the person would not be able to land an interview in the first place as the screening process would eliminate the chance.

Behavioural Tool


Globally proven, culturally diverse 

TetraMap was developed in New Zealand Aotearoa by Yoshimi and Jon Brett who looked to nature to create a learning model that increases personal well-being and team cohesion. Since then thousands of organisations worldwide have benefited from this simple, natural and elegant model. The genius of Tetramap is the map. One simple elegant framework applied to multiple challenges.

Brand promise:  We help you simplify the complex.

We help people communicate better and solve challenges. 

TetraMap is not a fad or a quick fix. It is a process, a map and a set of tools you can trust to help you release the potential of the talented people you already have.  It will:

  • Develop firm foundations for understanding the different nature of people.
  • Build bridges between communication, collaboration and conflict.
  • Link powerful leadership concepts – mindset, synergy and inter-dependence.
  • Provide simple, elegant, common sense solutions to everyday business challenges.

Testimonials

TetraMap has been a game changer for AstraZeneca. It validates people, it enhances their self-esteem and most importantly, allows for difference to be seen as a significant team strength. Teams are now more inclusive than ever before and truly embrace diversity! - Ian Blackwell – Site Coach, AstraZeneca UK Operations

Culture change across my team has been one of my toughest challenges. The mindset has been cynical, very much centered around what the business can do to change rather than what can I do to change the business. At this point, I was introduced to Curium, TetraMap and their Performance Mindset training. TetraMap is one of the most practical and useful profiling tools for teams that I have come across in my 20 years of business. The team now have a revived passion for the business, the desire to win, and the tools to allow them to achieve that. - Donna Worsley, Director, Tesco, UK

TetraMap Values

These six values underpin everything that we do, say and offer.
Sustainability: We are alert to the impacts of our behaviours, actions, and thoughts, working always toward sustainable solutions.
Transparency: We openly and honestly disclose information to keep things clean and clear.
Responsibility: We engender trust in self and others and accept accountability for our actions.
Inter-dependence: We demonstrate respect for diversity by finding ways to work collaboratively and synergistically with others.
Creativity: We proactively seek better solutions and peaceful outcomes.
Holism: We work knowing that everything is connected to everything.

Soft Skills


Soft skills are becoming increasingly important in the workplace. While your technical skills may get your foot in the door, your people skills are what open most of the doors to come to achieve critical success. When your workforce has lots of technical skills but an absence of soft skills, you have a soft skills gap. Soft skills are what accompany the hard skills, and help your organization use its technical expertise to full advantage.

  • Sales management
  • Effective communication
  • Creative thinking
  • Critical thinking
  • Time management
  • Negotiation skills
  • Motivation
  • Decision making
  • Leadership
  • Problem solving
  • Boosting productivity
  • Public speaking
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Conflict management
  • Presentation skills
  • Rapport building
  • Team management
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Personal effectiveness
  • Influencing without authority
  • Personal accountability
  • Relationship management

If you're really good at getting clients, and not so good at retaining them, chances are you have a soft skills gap.

If you have lots of staff turnover and have to keep retraining people, chances are you have a soft skills gap.

When you have lots of managers but no real leaders – that's a soft skills gap.

In fact, whenever you are unable to capitalize on the wealth of knowledge, experience and proficiency within your team, then you should be assessing the level of communication and interpersonal skills that are present in your organization.

Organization seem to expect people know how to behave on the job. They tend to assume that everyone knows and understands the importance of communication, taking initiative, being friendly and producing high-quality work.

The workplace has evolved an interpersonal dynamic that can't be ignored. It's important for you to recognize the vital role soft skills play within your team and not only work on developing them within yourself, but encourage their development throughout the organization.