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Effective Executive

Effective Executive

Course Introduction


Drucker believes that effectiveness can be acquired. This course explores the key managerial roles that a manager needs to fulfill, while strengthens one’s self-control by improving abilities of time management and prioritization, etc.; in order to optimize performance at work.​

Teaching Method


Interactive teaching styles incorporating case studies and practical application of Drucker management theories.

Course Objectives


Optimizing work performance by improving abilities of time management, effective execution, interpersonal relationship, etc.​

Target Learners


Executive management or decision-makers of a company; or individuals with management experience.​

Course Duration


2 Days (14 Hours) 

Module Outlines




Learning Objectives

Unit 1

Time Management

Unit 2 
The Spirit of Contribution​

Unit 3

  • Concept and practice of performance-based Time Management 

  • 3 steps to achieve effective Time Management 

  • 6 factors leading to time-wasting

  • Making the most of your time

  • Understanding and grasping effective Time Management

  • Consolidate time blocks, leave space for deep thinking and communications


  • Management style that emphasizes individual contributions and performance

  • 3 factors of creating contributions

  • 7 dimensions of managerial contributions 

  • Optimizing performance of the organization 

  • Key to be Great: looking forward to future and grasping opportunities

  • What you can do, and why you do it

  • Focus on business opportunities, learn to let go of unimportant tasks 

  • Understanding goal and mission of an organization; learning to set goals according to performance expectation

  • Understanding values of knowledge workers through grasping concepts of contribution and importance of optimizing performance

  • Fostering competent subordinates

  • Understanding the key to effectiveness: Concentration 

  • Understanding the principles of prioritization and centralization 

  • Prioritizing tasks to avoid work overload

Unit 4
Making the most of strengths of others ​

  • Human resource management based on strengths of individual, helping ordinary people to produce extraordinary results

  • 4 principles of effective Human Resource management    

  • Understanding the human resource management which is based on identifying individual strengths

  • Ways to manage superior and oneself

  • Take responsibility for interpersonal relationship

  • Maximizing individual potentials to enhance group performance

Unit 5
Effective Decision-making​

  • Effective decision-making is the responsibility of manager

  • Decision-making is a systematic process

  • 5 elements of effective decision-making     

  • Recognizing common mistakes in process of decision-making

  • Differentiating strategic problem and chronic problem before solving it mindlessly

  • Ways to solve chronic problems

  • Building strategy by understanding concepts of sensible compromise, identifying borderline and analyzing feedback

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