SSLA Course Content
Why SSLA
1. Complementary & Differentiated: SSLA is a unique, as it is a one of a kind development program which actively encourages cross pollination of ideas from participating companies within the semiconductor industry in Singapore.
2. Talent Development & Retention: SSLA instills pride & prestige and provides a holistic development around leading self, people and the business based on the 70-20-10 rule.
3. For Individual, Organization & Industry: SSLA seeks to inspire, retain and grow our talents by advocating “tripartite ownership” involving the organization, industry and Singapore government agencies.

Designed as a measure for truly effective intervention, the program has its roots in understanding the needs of the Asian emerging leaders in the regional and global semiconductor industry.

Unique Features
• Custom designed semiconductor consortium program
• Interactive & experiential workshops with semiconductor case studies, discussions etc
• Sharing by business and thought leaders from the industry
• Semiconductor specific learning applications
• Networking with fellow industry participants
• Prestigious academics and government leaders
Who Should Attend

Experienced senior-level managers and directors with more than 15 years of experience, who are part of the company’s succession plan with responsibility for strategic decision -making, including:
• Heads of business units
• Senior functional heads
* This program is only open to SSIA members, if you would like to join us as a member, please drop an email to daphne@ssia.org.sg

Program Framework
Believing in a well-rounded leadership development, the SSLA program not only builds business and strategic skills, but also people management skills critical for execution (i.e. Leading Business and Leading People). Understanding self and how one self interacts with others are equally important for personal growth (i.e. Leading Self). The program considers the need for business specific knowledge topics, i.e. the World and Asia, Drivers for Growth and Leadership Implications, in the design of the program.

Module One

Megatrends

Macro-economic trends, Asian Competitiveness landscape and their implications on the semiconductor industry.

Leadership Agility

Understand your own change style indicator, the concept of paradoxical leadership and leadership agility.

Digital Disruption

Identifying key strategies to enable digital transformation, invest in digital innovation and avoid digital risks.

Action Learning Workshop

Solving workplace problems/business challenges by taking actions and reflecting upon the results.

Working Across Cultures

Addressing challenges posed by functional, cultural and virtual boundaries in today’s globalised and connected workplace.

In-between

Participants would have formed their journey groups, embark on an action learning journey to tackle real problems in the work place. Each will develop themselves as individuals, as a team, and as an organization.

Module Two

Executive Presence & Influence

Identify and develop personal communication techniques in projecting confidence, clarity and credibility in front of the public, media and other stakeholders.

Fireside Chat with Business Leaders

Candid sharing from business leaders on adapting to changing needs of stakeholders, and their approach towards opportunities and challenges.

Strategic Mindset

Developing strategic mindset through aligning resource commitment and priorities at various stages in the evolution of organisations.

Business Simulation

Applying key leadership competencies to influence team decisions and drive business performance in a rapidly changing business environment.

Engaging With Impact

Overcoming limiting beliefs and driving daily behavioural change with practical skills to lead and influence effectively.

*Program content will be subjected to change

Download the brochure for more information on the program

If you need any further information, please feel free to contact Daphne Leong (daphne@ssia.org.sg).

For registration, please contact Sandy Chan ( sandychan@ssia.org.sg).