The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) is home to almost 650 million people and is projected to form the world’s fourth largest economy by 2030. A new wave of opportunities resulting from a sustained period of economic growth and stability is pushing governments and business leaders to think critically and creatively about what prosperity for the region looks like in the 21st century.

GIFT ASEAN is focused on how business models, strategies and economic policies can ensure continued progress whilst improving access to vital services including finance, healthcare, safe secure food, energy and housing throughout the region.

Located at the heart of the region in Kuala Lumpur, our ASEAN office brings GIFT’s internationally recognized thought leadership, executive learning and outcome driven facilitation to one of the world’s most dynamic and diverse regions.

In addition to custom solutions for our regional clients we offer two open enrolment experiential leadership programmes annually:

  • ASEAN Young Leaders Programme
  • Malaysia Young Leaders Programme

EXECUTIVE LEARNING OFFERINGS

ASEAN YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAMME

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MALAYSIA YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAMME

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CUSTOMISED SOLUTIONS

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OUTCOME DRIVEN FACILITATION

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 taking decisions

taking decisions

 Seeing clearly

Seeing clearly

 moving ahead

moving ahead

Persistent and unaddressed strategic challenges cost a great deal in time and money.

Sometimes all that is needed is expert external mediation, a safe environment and a process of facilitation that is trusted, efficient, focused on outcomes and unflinchingly honest.

Due to misalignment of interests, biases and communicating at cross-purposes, internal attempts to facilitate solutions often perpetuate tensions, create delays and impede progress. At times vested interests may take a stake in perpetuating deadlock.

Decisions are kicked down the road, delegated, momentum is lost, trust eroded and malice sets in. The opportunity costs can be significant.

Large consulting firms, while highly reputable, are invariably focused on forward selling and securing the next big assignment, thus compromising their ability to be honest, impartial and trustworthy brokers.