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WINGS learns there is strength in diversity in a team to achieve common goals.
WINGS learns there is strength in diversity in a team to achieve common goals.
Yong-en Care Centre realises that people have diverse ways of thinking and behaving.
Al-Islah Mosque saw strengths in the team by understanding individual and team profiles.
Members of Teochew Poit Ip Huay Kuan Local & International Affairs Committee learns more about themselves and each other to build a stronger team.
Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP) realises the benefits of understanding fellow colleagues’ thinking and behavioural preferences.
St Francis Xavier Major Seminary Community discovers different interpretations of the community’s core values, leading to greater learning and appreciation of diversity.
Singapore Scouts Association (SSA) Rovers unit is keen to apply their learning to the youths and peers they work with.
SAFRA relies on team dynamics to open new Clubhouse.
SPARK applied concepts they learnt to how they can work better as a team.
The Young Women’s Christian Association, Singapore (YWCA) was impacted by the discovery of commonalities shared within and between departments...
Save Our Street Dogs (SOSD) learns to to best work with each other for overall organisation’s progress.
Focus on the Family Singapore learns how to work better with each other and in teams to achieve greater results.
Beautiful People learnt to appreciate their own individuality and celebrate the uniqueness of others.
Aidha builds a stronger team to better help women in need.
The Bible Society of Singapore builds greater bonds with Emergenetics.
Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery (KMSPKS) gains enhanced communication skills, resulting in increased synergy.
Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) Singapore practises communication strategies with the Emergenetics+ App.
Youth With A Mission (YWAM) strengthens its growing team with Emergenetics.
Children’s Cancer Foundation gains greater cooperation amongst staff and counsellors
Kiwanis Club of Singapore learns that understanding the team’s preferences can help make better decisions for the club.
Kampong Senang Charity and Education Foundation realises that communication is prime to building the dream team.
Expedition Agape learns to leverage on their preferences.
People’s Association Youth Movement Central Youth Committee (PAYM CYC) uses Emergenetics to appeal and engage volunteers of all preferences.
PAP Community Foundation learnt to harness the team’s strengths to build a strong team.
National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) understands that the Emergenetics language helps the entire organisation be aligned.
Dialogue in the Dark, Singapore (DID) applies strategies to be more communicative in interactions which helps avoid misunderstandings.
Majulah Community realises that through understanding preferences, the team can work on their strengths for the betterment of the community.
Community Chest learns what diversity can achieve.
To commemorate Singapore’s 50th birthday as well as 10 years of Emergenetics in Asia Pacific in the year 2015, we partnered with Emergenetics Associates to make a direct contribution to leaders, managers and volunteers of some 50 non-profit and charitable organisations in Singapore that are doing amazing work to make a difference to the wider Singaporean community. Titled “ Emergenetics Impact SG50”, this ground-up community initiative by Emergenetics International-Asia Pacific brought together corporate trainers, Organisation Development consultants, and Human Resource practitioners, to benefit the non-profit sector of Singapore through their combined experience and expertise in human capital and organisation development.
Throughout the year of 2015 (and extending also into 2016), a total of 50 programmes with a combined gross value of over of a quarter million Singapore dollars, directly made a difference to close to one thousand leaders, managers, and volunteers from 50 different charities, Voluntary Welfare Organisations, and non-profit groups that are collectively contributing to making Singapore a better society. Their work collectively span across domains including youth, elderly, religion, environment, special needs, volunteerism, and more.
In appreciation of the effort, generosity and contribution of the Emergenetics associates who partnered us in this inaugural community initiative, we organised a special appreciation event to be held at The Future Of Us Exhibition at Gardens By The Bay, the culmination of all SG50 celebrations. We are honoured that the Guest-of-Honour will be Minister for Social and Family Development, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, who will be presenting Certificates of Appreciation to all partnering Associates, as well as to have a dialogue with some 100 leaders from the business, community and government sectors on the changing landscape of social and family development, and how corporate organisations and leaders can continue to make a difference in the years ahead.
We would like to express our appreciation and thanks to all the Emergenetics Associates who have partnered us to make a difference, all the benefitting organisations for trusting us and opening up their organisations to us and our associates so we may make a difference, as well as the following for supporting our community initiative, without whom, this initiative and the appreciation event would not have been possible:
National Council of Social Service (NCSS) is the umbrella body for over 450 member voluntary welfare organisations in Singapore. Its mission is to provide leadership and direction in social services, to enhance the capabilities of social service organisations, and to promote strategic partnerships for social services. NCSS supported us by reaching out to its members so they may learn about "Emergenetics Impact SG50".
"The Future of Us" exhibition is an immersive and multi-sensory experience that offers a glimpse into the possibilities of how Singaporeans can live, work, learn and care in the future. The exhibition hopes to encourage Singaporeans to share their hopes and dreams for themselves, their family and the nation, and to participate in steering the Singapore journey towards the future. It is the capstone event to round up Singapore’s SG50 year of celebrations, and will run from 1 December 2015 to 8 March 2016.
Puro Fairtrade Coffee serves to ethically source (Fairtrade Coffee) coffee, selling to those who value products that come from a conscious heart, whilst reinvesting a portion of sales into preserving the environment (Saving the Rainforest) within which it is grown. It works in partnership with World Land Trust (a UK based conservation charity whose patron is Sir David Attenborough) to buy and protect rainforest reserves in coffee producing countries. Puro Fairtrade Coffee · Saving the Rainforest. 10,000+ acres of Rainforest Saved in Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala & Honduras. We thank Puro Coffee for treating our guests consciously good coffee!
Hanis Catering is the newly-launched halal catering arm of Han’s (F&B) Pte Ltd, a home-grown Singaporean company who is committed to serving its customers with a warm heart and a warm smile. It consistently provides exceptional dinning experiences by offering quality food and beverages as well as excellent customer service at reasonable prices.
It serves a variety of dishes and flavours to suit any palate, ranging from Asian, Western, International and Fusion, and caters to different functions and occasions.
Han’s is also pledged with the Tripartite to promote Fair Employment Practices. It work hand-in-hand with relevant bodies to redesign jobs for older workers and recruit People with Disabilities through job attachment programs. This, together with employees from over 10 countries, add to their diverse microcosm.
Melody believes that visual is a powerful tool to convey ideas, capture information and promote understanding with our colleagues, co-workers and stakeholders. She is a graphic recorder who captures in real time the gist of presenters' presentations and participants' discussion. Her graphic recordings allow participants to visualise the discussions and conversations, which increase learners' involvement and participation. She has done several graphic recordings for conferences, seminars, workshops and community projects. We thank Melody for volunteering to graphically capture the discussion points of the Leadership Dialogue with Minister Tan Chuan-Jin.
Emergenetics drives results by helping people and organisations realise their potential through revealing thinking and behavioural preferences. Used by corporate organisations and government agencies both worldwide and in Singapore, Emergenetics has helped –
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