Reducing Attrition Rate and Retaining Effective Employees using Workplace Counselling

About This Programme

Attrition is one of the most important issues in any industry today particularly in Singapore. Factors such as company policies, culture, reputation, salaries, etc. affects any employees decision to remain or leave the company. Jobs now are considered as a commodity, it is no longer scarce compared to before. They find ways on how to motivate their employess to be more creative at their work and at the same time be more loyal to their company.

Learn more on how to reduce attrition rate and retain effective employees using workplace counselling conducted by the Academy of Certified Counsellors. Our workshops are led by established trainers in counselling, psychotherapy and psychology.

Registration for this programme is only applicable to Managers and / or HR Personnel.

Topics Covered:

Session 1
  • Conflicts in the Workplace
  • Factors Leading to Attrition
  • Tips to Reduce Attrition Using Counselling Techniques
Session 2
  • Speaking & Active Listening Skills
  • How to Motivate People in the Workplace
Session 3
  • Outsourcing Workplace Counselling
  • Equipping Your Leaders with Workplace Counselling Skills
Session 4
  • Networking with Q&A
  • Nyonya High Tea Break

What’s Included?

Instruction by an expert facilitator, Dr. John Lim, President Academy of Certified Counsellors; Singapore Counselling Centre.


Upon successfully completing this programme, the Academy of Certified Counsellors will award participants with a Certificate of Attendance.

Programme Duration and Venue

Date: 28 November 2014, Friday
Time: 2.30pm – 4.30pm
Venue: Park Mall Shopping Centre, #13-19 (Next to Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station)

Training Fees

Fee: $350
Free by Registration only
*Please note that the workshop is limited to the first 50 participants only with a maximum of 2 representatives per company.


To register, you may either:

  1. 1) Call 6339 5411,
  2. 2) SMS RAR <Name> to 9092 6339,
  3. or 3)Fill up this form and fax it to 6337 2327 or email it to before 26 November 2014