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Thursday, March 5, 2009

Secret Services Training


We had a different kind of training at work today. The activity was entitled "Secret Services Training". The head trainer of the company, Jett together with another smart trainer May, were the ones who headed the activity. They started it with acting as Secret Agents! It was quite funny. We also have to be part of the role playing of course! And guess what? My agent name was Agent Sandwich! Hahaha! Actually my colleagues thought of that name before I could think of an appropriate name for myself.

The whole activity was really fun! The trainers' enthusiasm were contagious and since Jett acted retarded sometimes, we couldn't help ourselves but laugh in amusement! Lol!

The training focused on knowing ourselves better for us to become successful agents and also for us to help on the success of our account as well. There was an activity we did that involved cards that has different values listed on them. We were asked to choose 3 values that we think fit our personality. It was a bit hard for us because there were a lot of values that we thought suit each of us. But then we have to follow the rule. We were then asked to trade one of the values to our peers if ever we're not contented with whatever we already picked.

Before the trading of cards, I already had these cards that have: happiness, creativity and family. But then I traded family for independence. I know it was odd and it surprised you too. It's just that I am not that attached to my family, although I love them. But I have always been independent even when I was a kid. And since these values have to be connected to work, I think I could be more focused on whatever I want to achieve if no one controls me or holds me back in reaching my aspirations. I need to be in control of myself to be successful. Creativity comes along since I need to discover a lot of things for me to achieve my goals. And while I work or whatever it is that I do in my life, I should always be grateful so that whatever the outcome will be, I am happy because I know I did my best!

I really love this kind of training because it motivates me to work harder and it reminds me that I have to aim high! I know I have been passive this year because I was quite intimidated with the people around me. The training put me back in the right track. I just hope I could maintain this kind of enthusiasm and I hope I would be able to improve myself in this call center industry.

5 comments:

Bill said...

It sounds like it was a good training and the you learn a lot from it. I have been a loner most of my life also. So i know what you mean. As long as you got something from it then it was a success. Have a great day my friend.

twinks said...

Hi sis,
musta?
this is good. Trainings are enriching, it helps you enhance your skills.
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twinks said...

Hi sis,
musta?
this is good. Trainings are enriching, it helps you enhance your skills.
btw, got a tag for you...
http://www.tchel.com/2009/03/tagged-by-very-special-person.html

i'm following your blog now..hehehe

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PaulsHealthBlog.com said...

That sure is a creative training session! I have been through more than my share of such training that bored me to tears.

Paul

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