ITC Leadership Institute

ITC Leadership Institute

Every institution is formed with noble vision and mission. Strategic and operational policies are made based on consideration by adjusting various factors both from the internal and external sides of the institution in order to achieve the vision and mission.

But that will not be achieved if no one implements in real action: human resources. Human resources play an important role in an institution. Originating from a variety of backgrounds, motivations and goals, carefulness and strategy are needed to align these individuals to be able to move as a team.

The International Test Center in its commitment to support the development of human resources, develop new services that focus on developing skills and enhancing strategic thinking skills, namely the ITC Leadership Institute.

The training program with the customized training concept will provide services that adapt to the needs of each institution based on concepts that have not existed before, Leadership Development Program.

for other organizations.The Leadership Development Program is divided into 2 types that are differentiated based on the institutional field, namely Eduleadership Development Program devoted to organizations engaged in education andEntreleadership Development Program

Every individual in the organization must have a leadership spirit no matter what position he has because at least an individual must be able to lead himself in carrying out his obligations. But leadership will not have a maximum impact on the organization if the individual does not have the ability to understand the organization’s vision and mission which is generally based on the principle of entrepreneurship.

The Leadership Development Program is a training program that combines leadership principles with entrepreneurial principles. Which will provide insight and knowledge so that individuals are able to become a leader while having an entrepreneurial spirit when they become part of an organization.

This program is made specifically for each level of management given the different responsibilities and duties. Management levels in organizations in general are divided into 3 levels:

Top/Senior Management Level

This program focuses on how to develop core competencies for someone at this level.

 

At the end of the program, participants are expected to be able to:

  1. Identify the main characteristics of leadership that are able to lead to deliver the best performance
  2. Understand their own leadership behavior and assess how these behaviors can affect the organization
  3. Understanding personal strengths and weaknesses as material for introspection in order to produce better performance
  4. Looking for solutions when conflicts occur by creating a win-win relationship
  5. Become the leader when there is a change in the organization

Program details for this level can be seen here.

Used tools:

  • SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat) Analysis
  • PESTEL (Political, Economic, Social, Technology, Environmental, Legal) Analysis
  • DiSC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance) Profiling (www.discpersonalitytesting.com)
  • OPQ (Occupational, Personality Questionaire) Psychometric
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
  • 360 degrees Assessment
  • Business Simulation
  • Board Game

Exercises :

  • Business Solution Games
  • Real Solutions to Real Problems

Middle Management Level

The main program modules for the middle management level are:

At the end of the program, participants are expected to be able to:

  1. Able to identify complex problems such as relationships between employees, operational activities that require adaptive and inclusive leadership.
  2. Improve the ability to become a leader in the future.
  3. Building the team’s best performance through communication and mutual trust are shared by team members.
  4. Understand the motivation of each individual to improve team performance.
  5. Resolve conflicts that occur within the team.

Program details for this level can be seen here.

Used tools:

  • SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat) Analysis
  • PESTEL (Political, Economic, Social, Technology, Environmental, Legal) Analysis
  • DiSC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance) Profiling (www.discpersonalitytesting.com)
  • OPQ (Occupational, Personality Questionaire) Psychometric
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
  • 360 degrees Assessment
  • Business Simulation
  • Board Game

Exercises :

  • Business Solution Games
  • Real Solutions to Real Problems

Supervisory & Executive Level

The main modules of this program are as follows:

At the end of the program, participants are expected to be able to:

  1. Manage teams effectively
  2. Become more familiar with personality, values ​​and ways of learning yourself
  3. Communicate effectively in ways that can affect others
  4. Manage and assess performance
  5. Solve problems and make better decisions

Program details for this level can be seen here.

Used tools:

  • OPQ (Occupational, Personality Questionaire) Psychometric Assessment
  • DiSC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance) Profiling (www.discpersonalitytesting.com)
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
  • 360 degrees Assessment
  • Business Simulation
  • Board Game

Form of practice during training:

  • Business Solution Games
  • Real Solutions to Real Problems

Every educational institution has its own uniqueness, style and stages of development. Various things affect the institution’s journey, thus developing human resources certainly adjusts to the conditions and needs of the organization.

All training at the ITC Leadership Institute is made by adjusting the needs of each institution. Beginning with intensive meetings and research in the field (if possible), factors will be determined in institutions that require further development. These factors are then formulated into a training form in accordance with the character of the institution’s human resources.

The trainings that have been held are as follows:

School Leadership Essential Course (SLEC)

This training is intended for stakeholders, namely leaders and school management. Generally carried out in school foundations or educational institutions’ headquarters.

The purpose of this training is to provide insight and motivation to the leaders so that they are able to be more relevant to the current conditions and build a spirit of innovation in developing educational activities while maintaining the noble values ​​and vision and mission of the Foundation.

SLEC consist of 3 stages:
Stages 1

  • Application of ‘Schools Excellent Framework’ which consists of:
    – Visionary and Strategic Leadership
    – Organization Leadership
    – Education Leadership
    – Community Leadership
    – Essential Literacy for School Leaders
    – School Leaders Professional Development
  • Introduction to the Learning Organization.
  • It is intended for management of the foundation, the principal and vice principal.

Stage 2

  • School as a learning organization ‘Creating School as Learning Organization’
  • Application of LO in all schools
  • Standard setting for HR and academic achievement

Stage 3

  • Training Center under the auspices of a school or foundation.

This training program is not a general program, so the implementation model is carried out together with a team of trainers from the school’s internal side.

This training program is not a general program, so the implementation model is carried out together with a team of trainers from the school’s internal side.

ITC as the leader team in implementing this program will initiate to get references from a number of internal trainers from the school who will help run this training program. It also includes initiating prospective trainers who will be involved as co-trainers in the implementation of this training.

The Leader in Me

A continuation of SLEC, this training is intended for teachers and school administration. Providing insights and knowledge of self-understanding and leadership in accordance with its scope of work.

Training Topics:

  1. Introduction to Leadership
  2. Effective and Ineffective Leadership
  3. 3-and-half-P framework in Leadership
  4. Talents and Gifts
  5. Daily Self-Reflection
  6. Walk Gallery

This training program is specifically for institutions other than education such as companies, government institutions and others. With its own character and goals, the ITC Leadership Institute concludes training according to the needs of each institution.

The training that was held was as follows:

Problem Solving & Decision Making

The training was held for management trainees of PT Kimia Farma Tbk, who will later become young leaders at PT Kimia Farma Tbk.

This training is in the form of soft skills training that aims to learn patterns of thinking in understanding a problem then finding solutions and making decisions wisely.

Agenda Training:
1. Set Stage:
– Conduct engagement with participants
– Solicit tought and questions
– Parking lot
2. Frame subject:
– Explain/dialoque on topic – BeWise Problem Solving Skills (Stop-Think-Decide)
– Lead activity related to topic
– Questioning Skills & Problem Facilitation
– Small group sharing
3. Facilitate Discourse:
– Facilitate big group sharing
– Connecting the dots in Decision Making process
– Use parking lot
4. Develop Action Plan
– Scaffold Group Reflections / Plans
– Large group sharing of Action Plans

The facilitator of this training activity will be led by Dr. Anthony Loh who will also act as one of the main resource persons in the training activities. In programs specifically developed according to the needs of schools or foundations, Dr. Loh will be assisted by a number of competent teams in their fields such as:

  1. Osman Aman (Strategic Management, School Management)
  2. Victor Chan (Visionary Leadership and Entreleadership)
  3. Itje Chodidjah (Change Management and Curriculum)
  4. Hafilia Ismanto (English Literacy and HR)
  5. Damon Anderson (School Management, English Literacy and Leadership)
  6. John F Waworuntu (Visionary Leadership, Strategic Management)
  7. Tonny Arbianto (IT in Education, Research and Development)
  8. Surya Dharma (School Management and Policy)
  9. M Faiz ( Change Management and Learning Organization)
  10. Lilian Koh Nei Keng (Financial Literacy)
  11. Jenny Lee (Standard setting, HR and Learning Organization)