INternational training workshop
Art of war
WIN-WITHOUT-FIGHTING STRATEGIES FOR LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE
Berjaya Times Square, KL
2-3 September 2022
Those who are successful negotiators and mediators or team-builders know that a positive approach is crucial for harmonizing any inter-personal relationship. This Art of War – International Training Worskhop is specially designed not about how to fight battle after battle, it is the things that you should know about “Winning a hundred victories in a hundred battles without FIGHTING”. Come and discover how you can win without fighting to bond with your team, family, and business associates.
- Recognised Certificate by Jesselton University College
- Lunch buffet
- Beverages (Tea & Coffee)
- 2 Days workshop with Award Winning International Speakers
As Low As
“The biggest risk a person can take, is to do nothing at all”.
– Robert Kiyosaki
In the midst of every crisis, lies great opportunities.
And in the midst of every problem that happen,
lies great solutions.
Seek for new fulfilment; find your next anchor.
Be ready to seize the available opportunities to grow
and embrace the new “You”.
OBJECTIVE: To provide a refreshing perspective that will equip you with the knowledge to enhance your interpersonal skills for team-building.
- Introduction: Understand the background of Sun Tzu’s Art of War in a nutshell.
- The Reality of Organisation: Discover the reality of organisations in order to prepare for a win-without-
- fighting mindset.
- Three Building Blocks: Grasp the basic fundamentals of Harmony, Moral Law, and Heaven for effective team-building.
- Win-Without-Fighting Strategies: Learn the various ways of using Sun Tzu’s strategies positively to foster greater understanding and cooperation between people and provide more synergy.
Meet The speaker
Mr. Khoo Kheng-Hor
Khoo Kheng-Hor “hung up his sword” in 1999 when he was 43 years old, to quit the corporate world for a carefree life in his mountain sanctuary, with his wife, Judy, and Bandit (a Yorkshire terrier). There, he concentrates on his writing. He has published 29 business and management books (most of which are based on the 500 BC Sun Tzu’s Art of War), two Christian books, a collection of short stories, and four novels, two of which, Taikor and Sifu, were nominated for the 2006 and 2011 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.
After Judy passed away in 2007, followed by Bandit in 2010, Khoo, being a sought-after speaker on Sun Tzu’s Art of War in contemporary business and management at corporate in-house seminars and conferences, still travels some five to 10 days each month throughout the region to “suntzunize” his audience.
As a consultant/trainer to the Singapore Police Force since 1995, he was conferred the rank of a honorary Assistant Superintendent of Police in 1997, and promoted to Deputy Superintendent in 2009
Mr. Hanley Chew
Founder of Hotel Tales/Author, Former CEO of Berjaya Hotels and Resorts
A Malaysian based hotel group with a portfolio of 20 hotels operating in 7 countries
Corporate experience with:
Renaissance and Marriott Hotel Groups
Former CEO of Destination Resorts and Hotels Sdn Bhd Former CEO for Sunway International Hotels & Resorts
Author of award winning books – HOTEL TALES first prize in the 2012 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Second edition, MORE HOTEL TALES that won him 2nd placing in the 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards.
He is currently working on his third edition, EVEN MORE HOTEL TALES and he hopes to get this edition in the bookstores by mid 2019.
Who should join?
Small to Medium Enterprise
Initial and Intermediate Management
Trainer and Freelancer
Business Consultant and Brand Expert
One Man Show Company
Limited seat available