Business & Management Human Capital Leadership
Executive Charisma, Presentation and Communication Capability through the Study of Acting
CEF Reimbursable Course
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- 10 weeks
- Cantonese supplemented with English
- Course Fee
- HK$3,940 per programme
此課程已列入持續進修基金 CEF 認可課程*
The course will be conducted in face-to-face classes!
The 30-hours course capitalises theatre-based activities for the training and development of creative leadership, charisma, communication, human skills, speech and presentation delivery, critical thinking, stress and pressure management, time management etc.
Executives of the modern time require more than technical skills to be effective and successful. While educational programmes offered by traditional universities and colleges covers many of functional/technical knowledge (hard skills), the development of soft skills has been long neglected. Traditional programmes also suffer the weakness of lacking of integration into practical domain. Theories, skills and even mentalities are all delivered through classroom trainings. From pedagogical perspective, it is least preferred and far from effective.
This course is part of the Executive Soft Skills (Theatre-based Training) Series. The course capitalises theatre-based activities for the training and development of creative leadership, charisma, communication, human skills, speech and presentation delivery, critical thinking, stress and pressure management, time management etc.
Statement of Achievement will be issued to students if they achieve 70% attendance or above and achieve a 50% mark from assessment.
The best management starts with managing oneself. The management of oneself requires self-awareness and understanding. Openness and acceptance of what you are, capitalize your strength and to rectify your weaknesses are essential to success.
According to the theory of self-concept, there are three self domains: the real self-concept; the projected self-concept and perceived self-concept. In the modern yet materialistic business world, executives are busy polishing the projected self-concept and very often forgotten the real self-concept. Only through the understanding and continuous development of the real self can enable and nourish a real leader.
This model featured theatre-based activities, games, and exercises for developing technical skills as pedagogies to development leadership and charisma. It utilized pragmatic approaches to address real-life business situations in a fun and enjoyable manner. Students are expected to develop:
Self-Discovery - to understand the real self-concept and to identify one’s characteristics, strengths and weaknesses;
- Effective interpersonal, inter-group and intra-group communication;
- Understanding of and ability to cope with stress and pressure;
- Positive Thinking that enables one to take on challenges;
- Creative Thinking for leading and innovations;
- Effective and efficient Presentation Skill with personalized style;
09, 16, 23 ,30
07, 14, 21, 28
09 March 2021
* The programme team reserves the right to change the above timetable if necessary.
Ms. Jenus Ho
Jenus graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, where she received her BFA(Hons), major in Acting.
She has been active in theatre since graduated and was awarded the Best Supporting Actress Award in the 20th Hong Kong Drama Awards. In her years of acting study, she was also awarded the Outstanding Actress Award and Jackie Chan’s Scholarship for her shining talent.
Before going to HKAPA, Jenus gained her first stage experience in United States where she was inspired to be a professional stage actress. Besides acting, Jenus also experienced in playwriting and directing. She has been the creator of the fund-raising gala performance for the Music Children Foundation.
More than a all-round professional theatre practitioner, she is also a dedicated educator and ardent advocate of community outreach. Jenus has been the founding drama tutor and director of the award winning programme MUSE UP! Youth Musical Theatre Troupe, which has been awarded The 14th Hong Kong Arts Development Awards – Award for Arts Education (Non-School).
She facilitates theatre-basis workshops for various companies and institutions, including HKUSPACE, aim to inspire participants improving interpersonal skills and developing their own charisma throughout the process of self-discovery.
Jenus is currently a freelance theatre practitioner, part-time lecturer at HKUSPACE, adjudicator for the HKSDF, drama tutor and project coordinator for several schools and theatre companies in Hong Kong.
1. It’s a self-discovering and inspiring journey
I was very impressed with the concepts taught in the 1st lesson on the real-self, projected-self and the ideal-self (not sure if the wordings correct). I found it is so important for us to understand ourselves before we learn different skills on improving our communications and leadership skills!
2. Learning communications skills by fun games
Through interesting games and drama practice, we understand how different factors like intention, mutual understanding, eye-contact, voice and body language will affect the communications outcomes, and how we can improve the outcomes by changing these factors.
3. Stepping out of the comfort zone
Again through different interesting and interactive tasks like story-telling and the final project of a business pitch, we can understand our strength and weakness in communications. We were also given tips and advices to overcome our weaknesses and step out our comfort zone. The advices were not only on techniques but also from psychological and mental perspectives.
4. Accessible to everyone
Leadership and charisma are not the privilege of the senior executives or public speakers, everyone of us can improve our communications skills and demonstrate our leadership in our current position with charisma, if we have a strong and genuine intention to do so!
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Days / Time
- Friday, 7:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
- 10 session(s)
- 3 hours per session
- Course Fee : HK$3,940 per programme
- The CEF Institution Code of HKU SPACE is 100
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|Continuing Education Fund
This course has been included in the list of reimbursable courses under the Continuing Education Fund.
|The Office of the Continuing Education Fund does not have record of registration of this course under the Qualifications Framework*
*This course is CEF reimbursable before the establishment of the Qualifications Framework
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