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Structure & Organization

(Organizational Structure)

A must for management

3 Days

50,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

build clearly defined structure that will make for profitability -combining compatible functions and skills suitable for producing the right result -Know and apply the true principles of structure building -Build trendy and effective structures that guarantees productivity and sustainability

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Conflict Management

2 Days

50,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

-understand the fundamental concepts of conflict management -acquire specific tactical approaches to conflict situations-apply that understanding to more effectively assess and manage two-party and multi-party conflicts understand differences in communication styles -know how to assertively communicate your concerns -Understand the differences in expectation and how to handle such differences -know the steps for managing conflict

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Change Management

2 DAYS

50,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

-know the barriers to change and how handle such change -know the tools to facilitate change and how to apply them

-understand how leadership applies to change management

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HRM: Human Resource Management

4 Days

70,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

-know how HRM evolved and its difference from Personnel management–Understand how individual differences and  temperament determine workers qualification for a career job–get in-depth insight of HRM functions and how it contributes immensely to the achievement of the overall strategic objectives of an organization–know how employee and employer relationship runs and the role of unionism in protecting workers in an organization–cv and resume difference

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HCD/HRD: Human Resource/Capital Development

3 Days

60,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:.

-cv and resume difference and preparation–Understand the developmental concept of every career person in this era of diversified qualification demand–know the essence of team work to the success of an organization–Understand the total concept of human capital development and how it makes an employee asset to any organization–know the universal concept  of leadership as it is obtainable in organizations–know how to manage stress at work–get tips on the right work attitude–know what professional ethics is and how to work ethically

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Performance Measurement

2 Days

60,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

understand the details in performance measurement–know what performance measurement is and how to apply multi-levels of performance measurement–understand the steps to calculate system length of stay

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Approaches to Leadership

2 Days

60,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

-gain familiarity with the basic issues about leadership such as:-what is Leadership, trait Theories,-trait Approach ,behavioral Theories-and contingency Theories–understand contemporary leadership classes and how they operate

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Working in Teams

2 Days

50,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

-understand the importance of three major things in team work: team structure, team process and team culture

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Professional Ethics

2 Days

50,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

know ethical principles and how they work–know how apply ethical dilemma–understand rationalizing ethical dilemma and the tricks to resolving it–know the need for ethical conduct in profession–familiarity with some of the codes of professional ethics

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Management Ethics & Social Responsibility

2 Days

50,000

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Participants will be able to do the following:

-understand the contrasting views about managers and ethics–see the business cost of unethical behaviour–understand the relationship between cultural issues and ethics–know the place of ethical decision making model in a business–understand the need for courage be ethicalknow the relationship between public opinion of business ethics and business ethics–know the relationship between ethics, economics and the law–know the models of management ethics and management ethics to a business–know the sources of ethical norms

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Emotional intelligence

2 Days

50,000

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PROCESS FOR CREATING A MORE EFFECTIVE WORKFORCE

2 Days

50,000

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3 DAYS

70,000 

Introduction to Logistics Management:

    • Provide an overview of logistics and its role in supply chain management.
    • Introduce participants to key concepts, processes, and stakeholders involved in logistics operations.
    • Transportation Management:
      • Educate participants on transportation modes, including road, rail, air, and sea, and their respective advantages and challenges.
      • Teach participants how to optimize transportation routes, schedules, and costs to ensure timely and cost-effective delivery of goods.Inventory Management:
        • Equip participants with skills to effectively manage inventory levels, balance supply and demand, and minimize carrying costs.
        • Cover inventory forecasting, replenishment strategies, and inventory optimization techniques.
  1. Warehousing and Distribution:
    • Train participants in warehouse design, layout, and operations to maximize storage space and efficiency.
    • Provide guidance on warehouse management systems (WMS) and best practices for receiving, storing, and shipping goods.
  2. Order Fulfillment and Customer Service:
    • Teach participants how to manage order processing, picking, packing, and shipping to meet customer requirements and expectations.
    • Emphasize the importance of customer service excellence in logistics operations.
  3. Supply Chain Integration:
    • Foster collaboration and coordination with suppliers, manufacturers, and distributors to optimize supply chain performance.
    • Provide strategies for integrating logistics with other supply chain functions, such as procurement, production, and sales.
  4. Risk Management and Compliance:
    • Raise awareness among participants about potential risks and challenges in logistics operations, such as disruptions, delays, and compliance issues.
    • Provide guidance on risk assessment, mitigation strategies, and regulatory compliance requirements.
  • Technology and Innovation in Logistics:
    • Introduce participants to emerging technologies and innovations shaping the future of logistics, such as Internet of Things (IoT) , blockchain, and autonomous vehicles.
    • Explore how technology can improve visibility, efficiency, and sustainability in logistics operations.
  • Performance Measurement and Continuous Improvement:
    • Enable participants to measure and analyze key performance indicators (KPIs) to evaluate logistics performance and identify areas for improvement.
    • Promote a culture of continuous improvement, encouraging participants to implement process enhancements and innovations to drive operational excellence.

3 Days

65,000

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  1. Understanding HR Analytics Fundamentals:

    • Introduce participants to the basic concepts and principles of HR data analytics.
    • Provide an overview of how HR analytics can be used to drive strategic decision-making in organizations.
  2. Data Collection and Preparation:

    • Equip participants with skills to collect, clean, and prepare HR data for analysis.
    • Familiarize participants with various data sources commonly used in HR analytics, such as HRIS (Human Resources Information Systems) and employee surveys.
  3. Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA):

    • Teach participants techniques for exploring and visualizing HR data to identify patterns, trends, and outliers.
    • Enable participants to derive actionable insights from descriptive statistics and data visualization techniques.
  4. Predictive Analytics in HR:

    • Introduce participants to predictive modeling techniques used in HR, such as regression analysis and machine learning algorithms.
    • Demonstrate how predictive analytics can be applied to forecast employee turnover, performance, and other HR-related outcomes.
  5. HR Metrics and KPIs:

    • Educate participants on key HR metrics and performance indicators used to measure workforce productivity, engagement, and effectiveness.
    • Guide participants in selecting and interpreting relevant HR metrics to support organizational goals and initiatives.
  6. Ethical and Legal Considerations:

    • Raise awareness among participants about ethical and legal implications of HR data analytics, including data privacy and confidentiality.
    • Provide guidelines for ethical data handling and decision-making in HR analytics projects.
  7. Communication and Stakeholder Engagement:

    • Develop participants’ ability to communicate analytical findings effectively to HR stakeholders, such as senior management and HR business partners.
    • Emphasize the importance of storytelling and visualization in conveying insights derived from HR data.
  8. Practical Application and Case Studies:

    • Offer hands-on exercises and case studies to reinforce learning and allow participants to apply analytics techniques to real-world HR challenges.
    • Encourage participants to develop analytical projects relevant to their own organizations or industries.
  9. Continuous Learning and Development:

    • Encourage participants to continue learning and expanding their skills in HR analytics beyond the course.
    • Provide resources and recommendations for further study, networking, and professional development in the field.

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3 DAYS

70,000

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Introduction to Quality Management:

   Provide an overview of quality management principles and their importance in achieving organizational excellence.

  Introduce participants to key concepts such as quality assurance, quality control, and continuous improvement.

Quality Standards and Frameworks:

Educate participants about international quality standards and frameworks, such as ISO 9001, Six Sigma, and Total Quality Management (TQM).

Help participants understand the requirements and principles of these standards and their applicability in various industries.

Quality Planning and Documentation:

Equip participants with skills to develop quality plans and documentation, including quality policies, procedures, and work instructions.

Provide guidance on establishing quality objectives, defining metrics, and creating quality assurance processes.

Quality Assurance Practices:

Train participants in implementing quality assurance practices to prevent defects and ensure compliance with quality standards.

Cover techniques such as process mapping, risk assessment, and quality audits to identify and address areas for improvement.

Quality Control Techniques:

Teach participants how to implement quality control techniques to monitor and verify the quality of products, processes, and services.

Provide training on statistical process control (SPC), sampling methods, and inspection procedures to detect and correct defects.

Root Cause Analysis and Problem Solving:

Enable participants to conduct root cause analysis to identify underlying causes of quality issues and prevent recurrence.

Provide training on problem-solving methodologies such as Fishbone (Ishikawa) diagrams, 5 Whys, and Pareto analysis.

Continuous Improvement and Kaizen:

Foster a culture of continuous improvement among participants, emphasizing the importance of Kaizen (continuous improvement) principles.

Encourage participants to actively participate in improvement initiatives and contribute to the organization’s quality objectives.

Customer Focus and Satisfaction:

Emphasize the importance of customer focus in quality management, ensuring products and services meet or exceed customer expectations.

Provide strategies for measuring and monitoring customer satisfaction and incorporating feedback into quality improvement efforts.

Teamwork and Collaboration:

Promote teamwork and collaboration among participants to achieve quality objectives and drive organizational success.

Encourage cross-functional collaboration and communication to ensure alignment of quality goals across departments and teams.

3 DAYS

70,000

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 Introduction to Facility Management:

Provide an overview of the role and importance of facility management in supporting organizational goals and operations.

Introduce participants to the core functions and responsibilities of facility managers.

Facility Planning and Design:

Educate participants on principles of facility planning, design, and space utilization to optimize the functionality and efficiency of buildings and spaces.

Cover topics such as space allocation, layout design, and ergonomic considerations.

Maintenance and Operations Management:

Equip participants with skills to oversee and manage facility maintenance activities, including preventive maintenance, repairs, and asset management.

Provide strategies for optimizing maintenance schedules and budgets to ensure facility reliability and longevity.

Health, Safety, and Environmental Compliance:

Raise awareness among participants about regulatory requirements and industry standards related to health, safety, and environmental management in facilities.

Provide guidance on developing and implementing safety protocols, emergency response plans, and sustainability initiatives.

Vendor and Contract Management:

Teach participants how to select, negotiate, and manage vendor contracts and service agreements for facility-related services, such as cleaning, security, and maintenance.

Provide best practices for vendor performance evaluation and relationship management.

Space Management and Utilization:

Enable participants to assess and optimize space utilization within facilities to meet organizational needs and maximize efficiency.

Cover techniques for space inventory, utilization analysis, and space planning to accommodate changing business requirements.

Technology Integration in Facility Management:

Introduce participants to the use of technology tools and systems, such as Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and Building Automation Systems (BAS), to streamline facility operations and enhance efficiency.

Provide guidance on selecting and implementing appropriate technology solutions for facility management.

Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity:

Educate participants on developing and implementing emergency response plans and business continuity strategies to mitigate risks and ensure operational resilience.

Conduct training exercises and simulations to prepare participants for handling emergencies and crises effectively.

Sustainability and Energy Management:

Foster awareness of sustainable facility management practices and strategies to minimize environmental impact and reduce resource consumption.

Provide guidance on implementing energy-efficient technologies, green building standards, and sustainability initiatives in facility operations.

3 DAYS

 60,000

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Understanding Legal Frameworks:

Introduce participants to the legal systems and frameworks that govern business operations, including contract law, corporate law, and regulatory compliance.

Provide an overview of the legal principles and concepts relevant to various aspects of business activities.

Risk Management and Compliance:

Educate participants on strategies for identifying, assessing, and mitigating legal risks in business operations.

Guide participants in understanding compliance requirements and developing effective compliance programs to ensure adherence to relevant laws and regulations.

Contractual Relationships:

Equip participants with knowledge of contract formation, interpretation, and enforcement principles.

Teach participants how to draft and negotiate contracts effectively to protect their business interests and minimize legal disputes.

Intellectual Property (IP) Protection:

Familiarize participants with the fundamentals of intellectual property law, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.

Provide guidance on strategies for protecting and managing intellectual property assets to support innovation and competitiveness.

Employment Law and Workplace Regulations:

Provide an overview of employment law principles, including anti-discrimination laws, wage and hour regulations, and workplace safety standards.

Help participants understand their rights and responsibilities as employers and employees, and how to navigate common employment-related legal issues.

Business Transactions and Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A):

Introduce participants to the legal considerations involved in business transactions, mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures.

Teach participants how to structure and negotiate deals, conduct due diligence, and manage legal risks in M&A transactions.

Legal Ethics and Corporate Governance:

Raise awareness among participants about ethical considerations in business decision-making and legal practice.

Discuss principles of corporate governance and best practices for ensuring transparency, accountability, and ethical conduct in business organizations.

Dispute Resolution and Litigation Management:

Educate participants on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, such as mediation and arbitration, as alternatives to litigation.

Provide guidance on managing legal disputes and litigation effectively, including pre-litigation strategies, evidence gathering, and litigation management techniques.

Practical Application and Case Studies:

Offer case studies and practical exercises to illustrate legal principles in real-world business scenarios.

Encourage participants to apply legal knowledge and analytical skills to analyze and solve business law issues.

 

3 DAYS

 65,000

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Understanding Filing Systems:

Introduce participants to the principles and importance of effective filing systems in organizing and managing information.

Provide an overview of different types of filing systems, including paper-based and electronic systems.

File Organization and Maintenance:

Teach participants how to organize files systematically for easy retrieval and storage efficiency.

Provide guidelines for labeling, indexing, and categorizing files to ensure consistency and accessibility.

Digital File Management:

Equip participants with skills to manage electronic files and documents using computerized filing systems and document management software.

Cover best practices for file naming conventions, version control, and folder structure design.

 Data Entry and Record Keeping:

Train participants in accurate data entry techniques to ensure the integrity and reliability of information stored in filing systems and databases.

Emphasize the importance of data quality and completeness in maintaining accurate records.

 Database Fundamentals:

Introduce participants to the basic concepts and components of databases, including tables, records, fields, and relationships.

Provide an overview of different types of databases and their applications in various industries and sectors.

Database Design and Development:

Teach participants how to design and create databases using relational database management systems (RDBMS) such as MySQL or Microsoft Access.

Cover database modeling, normalization, and schema design principles to ensure data integrity and efficiency.

 Data Querying and Reporting:

Enable participants to retrieve and analyze data from databases using query languages such as SQL (Structured Query Language).

Teach participants how to generate reports and visualize data for decision-making and analysis purposes.

 Database Security and Backup:

Raise awareness among participants about the importance of database security measures to protect sensitive information from unauthorized access or breaches.

Provide guidelines for implementing data encryption, access controls, and regular backups to safeguard database integrity and availability.

 Integration with Business Processes:

Help participants understand how filing systems and databases support and integrate with organizational workflows and business processes.

Provide examples of how effective data management contributes to operational efficiency, decision-making, and strategic planning.

 

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