Managing for Results

http://www.edi-cambodia.org/
 Training on
Managing for Results
30-31 August 2014
 
Perhaps the greatest leap in a manager’s career is the first one into management. You have to let go of the comfort of technical excellence and embrace the concept of succeeding through the work of others. These others are dependent on you for direction, coaching, discipline and energy. Their success is your success; and it is your job to ensure they do not fail. The urgency to achieve results has to come from you!

COURSE OBJECTIVES
Upon the completion of this two-day training, participants are expected to:
  • discover what’s expected of a manager in today’s   competitive and opportunity-filled business environment
  • learn how to solicit and use timeous feedback to know how you are doing
  • unpack how you perform at your best and how to continue performing at your best
  • you also gain skills, confidence and a ‘can do’ attitude from hands-on practice of the essentials of management

COURSE CONTENTS
Module 1: Essentials of Results Based Management
  • Why  is RBM?
  • Key  features of RBM
  • Why RBM important?
  • What is a Result?
Module 2: Planning for Results
  • Setting Performance Expectations
  • Setting KPIs
  • Planning  to achieve Results
Module 3: Managing for Results
  • Revisit Performance Management Cycle
  • Providing Ongoing Feedbacks
  • Motivating  to Achieve Results
Module 4: Approaches to Measure Performance
  • The Comparative Approach Results
  • The Attribute Approach
  • The Behavioral Approach
  • The Result Approach
  • Evidence Based HR
  • The Quality Approach

TRAINER PROFILE

http://edi-cambodia.org/Mr. Sophornmony Ung is a holder of MED in management and leadership from Charles Darwin University in Australia and MBA in Management from Norton University in Cambodia.  Mr. Mony has had more than ten-year experience in giving lectures and training on various courses associated with management and leadership. His career development is interesting as he has advanced through different senior positions in a short period of time. For the last three years, he has moved up from vice-principal of a school to executive manager of an institution and to human resources manager of a group of companies.    Currently, Mr. Mony is the chief of CEO secretariat of Westline Education Group (WEG), which runs The Westline School, The Northline School and Educational Development Institute (EDI). He is also the executive director of EDI, where he manages a variety of programs and services such as training, consulting, research, TESOL training, journalism training, and English Vocational training.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This essential training is aimed at all managers in their management position and supervisors interested in achieving more effective management skills.
 
Date:                30-31 August 2014
Venue:             Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Time:                8 am- 5 pm
Language:       Khmer
Fee:                 US$ 200 (Exclude any Taxes)
Early Bird:       US$ 180 (Register before August 22)
The Fee includes: Lunch, Refreshment, Materials and  Certificate . 

Educational Development Institute (EDI)
#22, St. 51┴154, Sangkat Phsar Thmei III, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.
Tel: 023 966 967 / 015 915 895 / 012 56 6606 / 012 915 895 / 015 729 123
Email: director@edi-cambodia.org/training@edi-cambodia.org

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