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Today China 's business environment is undergoing rapid changes, more opportunities are created, and at the same time, more risks. Enterprises will inevitably face more intense competition in the industry than ever. People’s talents and activities are the most important business resources you can utilise. Improving the quality of training is the key to maximising the role of human resource planning. Training managerial personnel of the enterprise is becoming a vital factor for a company’s success, as more responsibilities are placed on strategic positions.

Ambrose Financial Services (H.K) Limited is here to introduce beginner to intermediate management concepts, using the most interactive training methods possible. We hinge on the power of technology and provide interactive and experiential business training, with strong emphasis on the effectiveness of corporate training as a team. We set goals for corporates and encourage the healthy development of individual employees .

Do you often want to have the skills to achieve your goals for a certain project? How did you interact with the difficult person in your team? Are your subordinates willing to give feedback after encountering an obstacle? Do you want to strengthen your team management skills? Hoe about knowing more on financial management? Whether you need a financial management training or you would just like to enhance your financial knowledge, we will provide professional services and support to you. You will find that: Learning have never been more easier!

Ambrose Financial Services is able to recommend and tailor in-house training programs for Chinese managers .

Our promise : Innovative programs designed to fulfil customer’s requirement with value-added professional training services. Our training consultants will design with clients through the process of preparing and delivering the courses, so to ensure quality results .

China has entered WTO in December 2001,it led to the rise of some industries. However market strategy and rules of the game has changed. Mature Chinese home-brew companies are also entering the international market gradually. Where the competition is not just a contest of strength, but on talents and brainpower.

"Human resources are the most valuable and dynamic asset."

Currently, in the world's top 500 enterprises, about 50% of them foster long-term relationship with various well-known international consulting firms. Management consulting is an important means to strengthen and improve business operations and management, and has been recognised around the world. In the process of enterprise development, management consulting is gaining more attention and plats an important role.

What should an enterprises change? - Change their strategy or find replacements for their organisation?

When faced with large corporate environment changes, the first thing to do is to change the conservative mentality of doing things in the company. Because as external conditions changes, previous methods of dealing with situations would be different. According to statistics, university graduates in the past 16 years would find what they learn, useful to the corporate world, however now it is more difficult for that knowledge to keep up to date with current situations. Knowledge has a shelf life like any other object, and they are only mostly useful within 4 years.

The Internet would only take seven years to double the production of knowledge. So changing the mentality is a fundamental change throughout the organisation, if the company still wish to succeed. By establishing new business philosophy and values, we have to first change the ways we see things.

If companies wishes to maintain flexible, a company must be resilience. In the "change is the only constant " era, how do we change? Do you only change the past? No, the real key to change is the speed of change, the rate of change in the external environment. The speed of change in the twenty-first century has exceeded our learning speed. GE's President Jack Welch once said: "I ​​firmly believe that if the rate of change within the organisation is slower than the rate of change outside, then failure is at hand ."