Essential Skills Training: Forward-Thinking Management Reporting
8:45 AM, Thursday, March 19, 2015 - 5:00 PM, Friday, March 20, 2015 - AmCham China Conference Center
This course will be delivered in English.
In this one-day course, participants will learn how to think like a manager in order to better report to one. This session is different from a standard presentation course. It addresses the following challenges:
- How to make the presentation more valuable
- How to connect with senior managers, not just a general audience
- How to organize information and get to the point
- How to make managers feel good, instead of making yourself look good
- How to put the emphasis on achieving goals and objectives
Unlike a presentation course, the management reporting course addresses the challenges of making internal presentations within multinational companies, such as:
1) status reports
2) project updates
3) business cases (proposals)
High potential talents, front-line managers, team leaders, and experienced staff members who often need to present to senior managers at meetings
This course includes the following modules:
Module 1 - The Management Mindset
Objective: change the mindset so you can think like a senior manager and connect with them more easily.
Participants will learn:
- Goal Alignment - the mindset of "why"
- 3 Key Goals of Management
- Actions and tools to develop strategic thinking
Main Learning Activities:
- Role play: Reporting to VP
- Practice: Aligning to Your Manager’s goals
Module 2 - Pre-communication
Objective: When mere understanding of the management mindset is not enough: How to uncover management’s deeper concerns, assumptions, unspoken objectives, and hidden resources.
Participants will learn:
- The importance and objectives of pre-communication
- Steps for effective pre-communication
Main learning Activities:
- Role play: System Proposal to Executive Board
- Practice: “Please don’t cancel the annual party” Presentation
Module 3 - Organizing Content with Purpose
Objective: Organize the content of your presentation to match the needs of the management audience and make it logical and convincing.
Participants will learn:
- 3C to establish purpose in your presentation
- 3-step process to create logical summaries
- 9 common business presentation scenarios: messages and summaries
- Analyze a senior manager’s presentation
- Practice: Marketing staff presenting to VP
This course is run through role plays and simulations of various management presentation scenarios. These scenarios take place in a virtual multinational company called ‘Good n’ Sweet.’
Testimonial from past participants:
Retail Sales Care, Volkswagen Finance China
“Totally changed my way of thinking and acting that relate to presentation and reporting.”
Trainer – Hubert Lin
Hubert has over 15 years of global experience within senior management positions in managing projects and coaching teams across the US, Singapore, Malaysia, UK, Argentina, and China. He has been a manager in Accenture US, and his consulting work covered MNC processes in Finance, Manufacturing, Logistics, and Sales. He not only led multinational teams, but also local Chinese teams through his management position in Beijing at Sony Ericsson and LiteOn Mobile.
Over the past five years, he has presented frequently at his company executive meetings and has trained and developed local teams in Beijing. He has a wealth of experience in management, business writing, workplace creativity training, and presentation training. Born in Taiwan and raised in the US, Hubert moved to Beijing with his wife in 2004.
Coffee, lunch and light refreshments will be provided during breaks.
AmCham China Conference Center
No. 10 Jintongxi Road, The Office Park, Tower AB 6th Floor
8:45- 9:00AM - Registration
9:00-12:00PM - Morning Session
12:00-1:00PM - Lunch
1:00-5:00PM - Afternoon Session
Cardholding members advanced discounted online price: RMB 3,600
Non-cardholding employees of member companies: RMB 3,600
Non-members: RMB 4,000
Special Registration Information:
You must register in advance. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Attendees need to pay in advance. Limited spots are available and attendance is given on a first-come, first-served basis.
AmCham China Events:
Events have limited seating so to ensure your attendance we encourage advance online registration and payment for ALL events. We cannot guarantee entry to anyone not registered in advance. All AmCham China events are in English unless stated otherwise. Please also be aware that the Member Advanced Price is only for members who register AND pay online prior to the closing date and time for this event. Members who do not register and pay online will be charged the At-The-Door price.
This event is off-the-record.
For more information, please contact: Caroline Wang, Tel: (8610) 8519-0892, Email: [email protected].
If you cannot attend an event for which you have registered, please cancel your registration no later than one business day prior to the event. If you fail to notify AmCham China of your cancellation in a timely fashion, you will be charged for event costs.
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