Creative Leadership and Self Development Skills (Blended Learning)

Please go through each text and video sections below for the E Learning portion of Creative Leadership and Self Blended Learning

This programme adopts a blended learning approach that comprises of both classroom learning and E-learning, you are required to complete this E-learning module before attending the classroom lesson


In this programme, you will learn the skills to communicate effectively in a team and to lead the team and decision making, as well as the ways to develop and maintain your professional competence.

This E-learning module consists of three topics. It will take you about 60 minutes to complete the entire module.


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Leaders represent an important force in any organisation.

You have the power to turn on or turn off the productivity of the people who work for you. You are the crucial link between the operation staff and the upper-level managers of the organisation.

Leaders have more experience and skills than employees under supervision.

"Management is about persuading people to do things they don't want to do, while leadership is about inspiring people to do things they never thought they could." - Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computers


In this programme, you will learn the skills to:

- communicate effectively in a team

- lead the team in decision making

- develop and maintain professional competence


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Topic 2

At the end of this topic, you will be able to -

  • Gather necessary information for decision making

  • Explain the process to team members to facilitate decision-making process

  • Work with team to develop, access and select the most appropriate decision to meet team and organisation objectives based on success rate and risk factor considerations

  • Describe the implication and impact of decision-making processes on employees and the organization

  • Apply statistical analysis skills to support decision-making processes

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In this video, you will learn about


- Consequential Thinking

- The Foursquare Protocol 

- Construction Decision Making

- Employee Engagement

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There now follows a quiz to check your understanding of the course. Some of the questions have just one answer but some may have more than one. Read the scenario below and answer the question

Scenario : 

John is a manager of a department in a multinational company. He is tasked by the top management to lead a team in the discussion and evaluation of the impact of several possible cost-cutting measures.

After the brainstorm session, John makes the decision alone without consulting any team members. 

What type of decision was made by John?

Besides making an autocratic decision, you may sometimes need to consider the following types of decisions. 


Autocratic - 

A decision that is made alone without consultation with anyone, and the decision-maker will accept full responsibility for the consequences of the decision This is usually done when an important decision needs to be made and a quick solution is needed but no one else is around to assist.

For example, there is a fire in your office and you need to decide whether or to leave or continue sending out an extremely important email.


Consultative -

A decision that is made after you have discussed, talked over the problem with another person or persons, such as a more experienced superior or several of your colleagues or teammates.

Two heads are frequently better than one when is serious decision must be made.


Group -

When a problem involves the entire staff or a team, they should participate in the decision making.

Being involved also gives them some form of ownership, which will make them more committed and motivated to the decision and the results that come with it.


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Creative Thinking Methods

In this video, you will learn about - 

  • Brainstorming

  • SWOT Analysis


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There now follows a quiz to check your understanding of the course. Some of the questions have just one answer but some may have more than one. Read the scenario below and answer the question

Scenario : Let's do a SWOT analysis for Medina's Bakery

A) Establish since 2008

B) Regular pool of loyal customers

C) Offers customize cakes and pastries

D) Possibility of tapping onto government funding for SMEs

E) Upcoming new building with space for rent

F) Having an online presence to garner more business

G) Selling some kicks in pastries nothing new

H) Insufficient funds to expand or make use of new technology

I) Premise is small and customers sometimes have to queue outside of the bakery

J) No online presence

K) Many bakeries offering online purchases and deliveries

L) new bakeries with high technology sprouting in the same area

Decision Making Traps

By now you would have a better understanding of what a SWOT Analysis is and how it helps decision-making.

In this video, you will learn about Decision making Traps


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Topic 3

Welcome to Topic 3 on Creative Leadership and Self Development Skills. In this lesson, you will - 

  • Review your own performance to identify your strengths

  • Review your own limitations of your professional competence

  • Seek opportunities to address gaps in relation to your work role


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In this video, you will learn - 


  • Professional Competence

  • Lifelong Learning

  • Personal SWOT Analysis


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Congrats! You learnt the aspects of Professional Competence and Lifelong Learning

You have finished Topic 2 and 3. If you want to access the entire course, click the link below to find out more about the course details which includes price and course dates. Alternatively, you can register for the upcoming course run.

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