When leaders lead, do you appreciate that they make time to really listen and understand your true strengths, skills and potential?

When leaders lead, do you feel inspired to do more you are shown appreciation? 

When leaders lead, do you see yourself growing in confidence to take on the next bigger role?

When leaders lead, do you feel safe to share your learnings and improve and at the end of the day, it’s all about you that matter to them?
If you do, then know that this is the art of quiet leadership.

Leaders who practise this method may appear exteriorly quiet but on a 1-to-1 basis, they are highly engaged when helping others to grow.  Their goal is to instil confidence in others through an all quiet, observing and approachable way.
But should every leader learn this style of leadership?  The quick answer is yes!
By understanding the art of quiet leadership and when to apply, every aspiring and existing leader can now achieve much more behind the scenes and even position themselves as preferred leader that everyone wants to be led by.

Facilitator Eileen Seah​​

Type  Onsite Course

Duration  1 day

Date  24 Oct 2017

Time 9AM - 5PM

Place Suntec Convention, Meetings and Offices

​Price S$ 450


About the Facilitator​​

  • Eileen is an Executive Coach, Organisational Psychologist, Certified Assessor and facilitator with a unique mix of business and human resource skills gained from working at both public and private organisations. 

  • She has received endorsements and awards for leading innovative efforts across the enterprise with a track record of growing referral business through word-of-mouth.  Recognised as an advocate of positive psychology

  • Her top ranking coaching topics include executive presence, leadership transition, new manager on-boarding, coaching for performance, career navigation, creating followership, cross team mentoring & collaboration. 

  • She is also an adjunct lecturer with the Kingston University of London on topics ranging from organisational learning, development to Coaching and Mentoring and is recognised as an Advanced Trainer and Assessor with the Singapore Workforce Skills Qualification organisation.

  • On this topic, she has successfully trained several hiring managers, HR professionals and recruiters with local, regional and global remits

Workshop Objectives

At the end of the workshop, you will:
  • Understand the Big 5 personality types and ascertain your own dominant type
  • Identify your primary and secondary leadership styles
  • Expand your repertoire by learning the quiet leadership method
  • Adopt the tools
  • Appreciate the different stages of developing this skill
  • Identify the optimal team that will extract the most value from this style
  • Align your style to complement the other styles for optimal results
  • Identify, assess and determine impact of learning moments around you
  • Proactively manage your personal brand and presence for success
Workshop Outline

Part 1

  • Definition and value of individual contributors, managers and leaders
  • Definition and value of quiet achievers and leaders
  • Differences and similarities between situational and quiet leadership
  • Case examples of different leadership styles

Part 2

  • Self-Assessment of preferred work styles
  • Self-Assessment of primary and secondary leadership styles

Part 3

  • Intervention techniques to align your style to complement the other styles for optimal results

Part 4

  • Role play on communication, negotiation, conflict management cases
This workshop is highly relevant to:
  • Working professionals who have a strong introverted style of work
  • Professionals working in a diverse environment
  • Successful quiet achievers who aspire to be managers in the workplace
  • Successful managers who are keen to lead teams with dissimilar personality types and background
  • Team leaders who collaborates across different teams


Customers Feedback
Ms Eileen’s class is very lively.  A great communicator and dare to share about failures.  Personal sharing is very powerful to meet the class objectives”,
“Very good and effective trainer.  She was able to bring good examples that we could relate,”