Training on CoOperacy - Essential Skills for Leading and Empowering People
HEDC international will conduct a special course on
Essential Skills for Leading and Empowering People
4-5 & 11-12 July 2015 (4days)
“Leadership is the art of accomplishing more than the science of management says is possible” Colin Powell
Objective of CoOperacy:
To develop the capacity of participants to effectively lead their family, students, work team and community by empowering them not only to do the things right, but more importantly, to do the right things.

At the end of the course, participants will understand:
  1. Concept and practice of good governance.
  2. Differences between leadership and management, and the dynamic between them 
  3. Application of Universal Law Governance in leading communities, projects and organizations
  4. Characteristics and responsibilities of effective leaders including:
            a. Establishing meaning and direction through participatory planning process.
            b. Aligning and moving people by communication and facilitation ideas and plans.
            c. Empower people by motivating, and developing their capacity and capability.
            d. Principles and practice of conflict management and resolution

Who are the recommended participants?
CEO, Director, Senior Manager, Manager, Supervisor, and MBA Candidates

Course Contents
Part 1.   Empowering Leadership
Part 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
Part 3.   Role 2.  Aligning People
Part 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
Part 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

Christopher Lee, In Cambodia he has provided training to the National assembly, Senate, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Education Youth and Sport, Ministry of Rural Development, Ministry of Women’s Affair, Ministry of Religion and Cult, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry, State Secretariat of Civil Aviation, Sihanoukville Port Authority,  ADB, World Bank, UNDP, UNICEF, WFP, ILO, FAO, MRC, USAID, AusAID, DFID, SDC, CARE, Concern, HFI360, Habitat for Humanity, OXFAM, Ockenden, Heifer International, World Vision, CWS, LWS, Ockenden, Camdis, Royal ANZ bank, and many others.

English with professional Khmer translation

4-5 & 11-12 July 2015 (Saturday and Sunday from 08:00 -16:30pm) 
To ensure your seat, please register or booking your seat before 30th June 2015

Intercontinental Hotel
US$ 350 per person including refreshment, lunch, handout and certificate

Register or Booking Online Link:

Contact us:
HEDC international office:
2FB1, 2nd Floor, Parkway Building #133, Mao Tse Tong, Blvd, Phnom Penh
Ms. Huong Sok En  Tel: 011 878 737  Email:
Ms. Then Lyna          Tel: 077 811 147   Email:
Mr. Theang Tola       Tel: 086 595 327
Mr. Meas Sophea     Tel: 087 974 191

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