OPERACY, CoOperacy, J-Management

To create a critical mass of effective leaders and efficient managers in the public and private sectors who are committed to serve by putting into practice the principles of good governance.


  • To instill Empowering mindset and develop social, emotional and ecological strengths of leaders and managers.
  • To equip leaders and managers with effective, efficient and innovative strategic organizational culture and to manage knowledge and creativity for sustainable growth.
  • To create appropriate organizational culture and to manage knowledge and creativity for sustainable growth.

Course Schedule
Group1:   7 July – 8 August (Weekdays)
Group2:   12 July – 30 August (Weekends)
- OPERACY: 7-11 July
- CoOperacy: 21-24 July
- J-Management: 4-8 August
- OPERACY: 12-13 & 19-20 July
- CoOperacy: 26-27 July & 2-3 August
- J-Management: 16-17, 23-24, 30 August
Group3:   28 July – 29 August (Weekdays)
Group4:   6 September – 18 October (Weekends)
- OPERACY: 28 July - 01 August
- CoOperacy: 11-14 August
- J-Management: 25-29 August
- OPERACY: 06-07 & 13-14 September
- CoOperacy: 20-21 & 27-28 September
- J-Management: 04-05, 11-12 & 18 Oct
Note: All courses content are below.

Course Fee:
  • OPERACY: US$ 250
  • CoOperacy: US$ 250
  • J-Management: US$ 250

Tel: 077 801 005, 012 332 023, 081 929 007
Email: hedccambodia@hedc-international.com, taing.maliny@cjcc.edu.kh

Venue: Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC)
Address: RUPP-CJCC Russian Blvd, TuolKork, Phnom Penh

Trainers Profile
Mr. Christopher Lee, HEDC International Human Development Specialist. CoOperacy and OPERACY courses were developed by Mr. Lee and based on over 34 Years experience in leading and managing large projects in Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, Laos, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Philippines and Australia.

Mr. KHiM Sok HENG, Senior Human Development Trainer of HEDC. Mr. Sok Heng has work experience in the field human development, people motivation, staff empowerment, change management, leadership, and customer service trainings more than ten years in development, business service industries which are involved of Microfinance institutions. He provides training to more than 100,000 participants from different sectors in Cambodia.

Ms. PEN Bopha, Director of HEDC International. Ms. Bopha has over 10 years of work experience in leading and managing local NGO, International NGOs and train OPERACY and Staff Motivation to students from High schools, universities and Staff from government departments, NGOs, Companies and Microfinance Institutions in Cambodia. She has experiences working in many countries in Southeast Asia and Asia Pacific such as Philippines, Vietnam, Bangladesh and East Timor and being chosen as a young women leader of the world joining program in the United States, Spain and Japan, etc.

Mr. BAN Toshio, Chief Advisor of the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC). Mr. Ban is as an expert of J-Management. He has led CJCC as the most successful ‘Japan Center of JICA’ over the world through his rich experience in innovation and management at Toyota and Honda as an chief engineer, product planner, project leader, general manager of R&D Center in Europe, head of technical college and Honda foundation.

Mr. Koem Oeurn, Director of CJCC. Mr. Koem Oeurn started his career as English language lecturer at the Institute of Foreign Languages of Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) for more than 10 years. He then worked as RUPP assistant president in charge of, among others, international relations for 3 years before he moved to Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport working in higher education subsector as deputy director general. During his tenure, he became interested in leadership and management of higher education institutions. During the last 3 years, he develops a strong interest in Japanese-Style Management when he was appointed as director of the CJCC. During this period, he has had opportunities to attend a number of trainings and workshops in Japan and in Cambodia in Japanese-style leadership and management for knowledge creation and innovation.

Dr. Khim Leang, Manager of CJCC. Dr. Leang is currently the training manager at CJCC where diverse courses on Management and Leadership are provided. He has been a passionate advocate of human resources development in Cambodia as he strongly believes it is a key element to sustainable growth of any institution. He worked for 4.5 years as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the UK. In 2012, he attended a 14-week Fujitsu Leadership and Management Program in the US and Japan. Dr Khim holds a PhD degree in Research and Development in biotechnology from Ehime University, Japan.

Ms. Roeun Cheaseyleak, Deputy Manager of CJCC. Ms. Cheaseyleak graduated from Institute of Foreign Languages of RUPP, majoring in English for International Business in 2009. She is presently working as Deputy Manager of Business Management Department. She has completed 2 months JICA training course in Japan starting in 2011 on the topic of Corporate Management for Productivity Improvement including “5S and Kaizen (Continuous Improvement)” with some experiences of giving the consultation to the manufacturing plants in Japan. Back from Japan, she becomes one of 5S trainers and 5S committee leader at CJCC, recommending advice and giving consultation for improving the daily work in the office. Recently, she became one of the trainers in CJCC providing the specific course on 5S-KAIZEN to several private companies like CAMS-International Airport in Siem Reap and Sun International Clinic (Japanese Company).

Course Contents
Course: OPERACY - A Key to Personal Empowerment, Success and Leadership

Part 1.  Concept of Success and Development
Part 2. Universal Laws of Success
  • Concepts of Success
  • Personal Success and Leadership
  • Understanding Human Potential
  • Understanding Human Limitations
  • Mechanism of the Mind
  • Power of the Subconscious Mind
  • Stages of Human Development
  • System Thinking and Success
  • Self-Regulation
  • The Universal Laws of Success
  • The Circularity of Life
  • Effective Team Work
  • Habit, Success and Failure
  • Destiny is a Choice
Part 3. OPERACY - Personal Empowerment
Part 4.  Personal Empowerment
  • Why conflict happen?
  • How People Fail?
  • 10 Characteristics of Non-Achievers
  • Success and Human Motivation
  • 6 Limiting Fears
  • Envy and Jealousy
  • Low Self-Efficacy and Self-Esteem
  • Learned Helplessness
  • Instant Gratification Mentality
  • Disempowered Self
  • How People Succeed?
  • 10 Characteristics of High Achievers
  • Emotional  Intelligence
  • Coping with Life’s Challenges
  • Win-Win  Paradigm
  • Adding Value to Life
  • Improving Self-Image
  • Taking Personal Responsibility
  • Solution to Realistic Conflict
  • Being in Control
Part 5. From Failure to Success
  • From Failure to Success
  • Breaking the Failure Cycle
  • Developing Success Habits
  • Developing and Managing Destiny
  • When Bad Thing Happens to Good People
  • Mentor and  Networking
  • Maintaining Success
  • Passing on the Gift
Course: CoOperacy- A course on Empowering Leadership
Day 1.   Empowering Leadership
Day 2.   Role 1. Setting Direction
  • Significant Problems for 21st Century
  • Leadership and Good Governance
  • Leadership and Management
  • Power and Leadership
  • Discipline of Effective Leaders
  • Power, Responsibility and Courage
  • Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
  • System Thinking and Leadership
  •  Corruption, Gender and the Environment
  •  Planning for Success
  •  Creating Vision
  •  Developing a Mission
  •  Principle Centered Development
  •  Developing Strategy and Objectives
  •  Setting Goal
  •  Monitoring and Maintaining Success
Day 3.   Role 2.  Aligning People
Day 4.   Role 3.  Empowering People
  • Building an Effective Team
  • Compassion and Discipline
  • Win-Win-Win Paradigm
  • Motivating and Inspiring People
  • Helping Others to Win
  • Empowerment and Participation
  • Human Resource Development
  • Transforming Capacity into Power
  • Developing Capability or Competency
  • Training, Coaching and Mentoring
  • Favoritism, Discrimination and Nepotism
  • Removing the management myths
Day 5.  Role 4.  Managing and Resolving Conflict
  • Building Conflict Positive  Organization
  • Managing and Resolving Conflict
  • Preventing and Dealing with Corruption
  • Dealing with Gender Harassment
  • When Bad Things Happen to Good People
  • Coping with Difficult Staff and Bosses
  • Leadership Styles
  • Transformational Leadership

Course: J-Management
Day1. Core concept of J-Management & Innovation
Day 2.   5S & Kaizen
  • J-Management Concept
  • Organizational Culture
  • A00, Y-Gaya, GEMBA
  • Case study & Workshop
  • Continuous Daily Improvement
  • Kaizen for Middle Management
Day 3.   Horenso, PDCA & Daily Time Management
Day 4&5.   Knowledge Creating Management
  • PDCA Cycle + Daily Time Management
  • HORENSO + Activities
  • Roles of Middle Management for Motivating staff
  • 5 Why times
  • Defining knowledge management
  • Elements of knowledge management
  • Knowledge management tools
  • Implementation of knowledge management
  • Phronetic Leadership: Leadership for knowledge creation



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