Speak with distinction and deliver persuasive presentations
Building a sense of belonging within an organization
Apply innovative approaches to problem solving
Drawing association from mundane tasks to create meaning
Learn your strengths and weaknesses to improve your productivity
The nature of the workplace has changed since the days of predictability. We now live in an age of chaos and complexity. Changes occur frequently and fast. Causality cannot be established as there are often too many factors to consider. User experience becomes paramount. As the world charges on ahead, workplaces need to adapt to keep up. Essential qualities now include flexibility, spontaneity, creativity, responsiveness and interpersonal skills.
Our Corporate Development Programmes are tailored to help your workplaces keep up with the demands of the changing economy and to train staff to be effective ambassadors for your company.
1. Auchentoshan Urban Sessions Workshops
2. OCBC Graduate Talent Program
3. Corporate Workshop for Xsuite
"We are always in search for programmes that would bring exceptional value to the growth of our employees. Having attended different improv programmes, the one strong value that makes HCAC stand out is the way they balance a participant’s discomfort and the openness to experiment, ultimately helping them breakthrough their personal boundaries.”
“This is not your usual run-of-the-mill skills upgrading workshop … but a really unique experience of self-discovery through a series of unexpected exercises and insightful comments – and then the true sculpting of the individual begins.”
“Kamil played a pivotal role in helping me re-connect with my beliefs and re-build my confidence during a crucial time before an important pitch to 200 investors.”
“The participants thoroughly enjoyed themselves and felt pushed and inspired. One of my main objectives this year was to focus on supporting women to up-skill themselves. From the feedback, many are hooked onto the messages and learnings shared.”
“This is our first training class which we engaged actors to role-play as people in emotional distress. The actors from HCAC did a wonderful job by allowing our trainees experience close-to-real situations. Our trainees appreciated this realistic interaction as they were able to apply and practice the skills that they have learnt. The actors were professional and dedicated in their respective roles. It was obvious they had put in effort and a lot of research to ensure they portray their role as realistic as possible.”