Edward de Bonos Power of Perception™ helps you to design, re-engineer, and continually improve. You can solve problems, improve quality, become a team leader and accept new responsibilities. It adds value to customers, creates or restructures products and systems. Using Edward de Bonos Power of Perception™, your decisions will be effective and innovative.
Edward de Bonos Power of Perception™ advantages
Provides you with a powerful framework for defining a situation, making a decision and taking action
Helps you avoid impulsive behaviour and judgments
Provides you with countless alternatives where others see only difficulties and confusion
Helps you attain professional success with your improved decision-making and idea-generating skills
Increases your ability to consider consequences before taking action
Helps you do your job well, contributes to team efforts and shows that you and your skills merit promotion
Helps you avoid bad decisions. Your current thinking is not wrong; it simply isnt targeted as well as it should be
Executives, managers, leaders and anyone who wants to be effective at making fully considered decision.
This programme will be conducted by one of the following leaders:
Dr Sir Peter Low and Mrs Linda Low are directors of their own consultancy firm. They have more than 21 years of experience in introducing Dr Edward de Bono’s methods to more than 500 major corporations and government agencies.
Both Dr Sir Peter Low and Mrs Linda Low were among the first 12 to be personally trained by Dr de Bono. On account of their phenomenal success with more than 2,000 seminars to their credit, they were appointed by Dr de Bono as Lifetime Certified Master Trainers and have been acknowledged by him as his “best trainers internationally”. Only 4 persons in the de Bono international network of more than 1600 trainers were awarded this accreditation. They oversee the de Bono network operations in Asia.
Their more than 500 clients include: AXA Life Insurance, Citibank Singapore, Credit Suisse, Defence Science and Technology Agency, Fujitsu Asia, Housing & Development Board, Infineon Technologies, Land Transport Authority, Ministry of Health, National University of Singapore, PSA Corporation Limited, Singapore Navy, Singapore Press Holdings, SingTel, Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department, Hong Kong Hospital Authority, Daimler Chrysler, Hong Kong Police Force, Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority, Manulife International, PCCW, His Majesty’s Government of Nepal, Ministry of Urban Development (Sri Lanka) and Yum Restaurants (Thailand).