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On two consecutive Saturdays in March 2010, FingerTec Worldwide organized an in-house training to its staff at FingerTec headquarters in Malaysia. The training entitled Excellent Working Culture was mentored by Mr Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman, an experienced trainer who has extensive working experiences in manufacturing industry, and also a certified trainer by NSW Australia Education Accreditaton Board and Perbadanan Sumber Manusia Berhad, Malaysia.

The objectives of the training were to plant positive mindset in the workplace, to increase excellent productivity, to sharpen communication and interaction skills, to advice in ways to handling conflicts and to understand the spirit of teamwork. The training also was intended to recharge the FingerTec team to face challenges of the new year.

Tamy, the Iron Lady of the Iron Team
The training was filled with interesting activities to illustrate various concepts, enabling staff from all levels to comprehend. Important elements of teamwork were made clear with Reef Knot activity. The team made it in 17 minutes due to lack of strategy and leadership at the beginning. Without aspiring leadership combined with committed and discipline followers, teamwork does not exist. The staff were exposed to interaction’s rules of thumb, applicable to dealing with clients on a daily basis. The Aeroplane Game described the importance of verbal communication to achieve a common goal. Thomas Killman’s conflict mode instrument was explained, suggesting ways to deal with various types of conflict. All in all, FingerTec staff were given motivation to deal with challenges ahead.

This activity was not only filled with knowledge and fun, it had also brought people together as a family.

The training was filled with interesting activities to illustrate various concepts, enabling staff from all levels to comprehend. Important elements of teamwork were made clear with Reef Knot activity. The team made it in 17 minutes due to lack of strategy and leadership at the beginning. Without aspiring leadership combined with committed and discipline followers, teamwork does not exist. The staff were exposed to interaction’s rules of thumb, applicable to dealing with clients on a daily basis. The Aeroplane Game described the importance of verbal communication to achieve a common goal. Thomas Killman’s conflict mode instrument was explained, suggesting ways to deal with various types of conflict. All in all, FingerTec staff were given motivation to deal with challenges ahead.

This activity was not only filled with knowledge and fun, it had also brought people together as a family.

Everybody showed their left hand skill in drawing
Jazz did a good job as a leader!
Some of us and the trainer
 
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