Training Cum Workshop Program on Enhance Your Administrative Skills Good to Great: Be A 'DIY'


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2012-07-22 - 2012-07-22

Hotel Marshyangdi, Thamel, Kathmandu.

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BACKGROUND
Administrative staff at the departmental, center or unit level provide administrative support for one or more activities in the offices. Included in the Administrative Staff category is a wide variety of duties and position titles, including administrative director, administrator, administrative assistant, assistant to, secretary, etcetera. Departmental Administrative Staff report directly to their supervisor in the department such as chair, unit head, unit or departmental administrator etcetera.
 
They must have the essential administrative skills to accomplish the task properly in this competitive era. Successful administrative staffs often require many of the same skills as senior staff in an organization. They are often the person in charge of the organization's correspondence. Therefore they must display a highly professional image at all times. 
 
OBJECTIVE
The role of being a professional administrative staffs requires excellent office skills, dealing with people, exceptional interpersonal abilities, and excellent communication skills. This program covers all of these, and more.
 
 
TARGET GROUP
This program is highly recommended to administrative staffs and those who want to pursue higher level administrative skills. However, the personnel working in other department in the organization also be benefited from the course.
 
COURSE CONTENT
  • Ice-Breaking and Climate Setting
  • Identifying several essential administrative skills
  • Assertive behavior and communication
  • Positive Attitude and Personality Development
  • Business etiquette
  • Handling Difficult People and Tough Situations
  • Appearance and Reporting to the Senior
  • Prioritization principles: Prioritizing the Work
  • Identify and eliminate potential barriers
  • Decision Making Process: Use of authority
  • Proven Time Management Techniques
  • Partner with your boss: Tools and Techniques
  • Professional Excellence: Workplace Wellness Technique
  • Evaluation and Certification
 
RESULTS YOU CAN EXPECT
You, or your employees, can expect to walk away from the training com workshop empowered to increase administrative effectiveness and efficiency.
 
DURATION AND DATE
This course is designed for seven days, starts at 8:30 hrs to 12:45 hrs, July 22-28, 2012 (Ashadh 7-13, 2069). There will be 2 sessions per day. Each session will be of one and half hour. Altogether, the entire training program will consist of 14 sessions.
 
EACH DAY'S SESSION PLAN
  • Welcome tea:08:00 am-08:30 am
  • Session I 08:30 am-010:00 am
  • Session II 010:00 am-11:30 am
  • Lunch break 11:30 am-12-15 pm
 
FEE STRUCTURE
  • MAN Members NRs.14,500.00 per person (Inclusive of government tax)
  • Non-MAN Members NRs.15,500.00 per person (Inclusive of government tax)
The participation fee covers expenses of tuition fee, stationary, reading materials and refreshments every day. Please note that applicants are required to send the program fee with the registration form. Separate invoice will be issued for the payment purpose after receiving your confirmation.
 
NOMINATION
The nomination of the participants should reach MAN office by July 20, 2012 (Shrawan 5, 2069). We will entertain nominees on the first-come-first priority basis. Number of participants for this program will be among 20-25.
 
METHODOLOGY
  • Lecture
  • Braining storming & group exercise
  • Case study
  • Interaction
  • Exercises
  • Role play
  • Question & Answer
TRAINING KITS
  • Power-point
  • Flip chart
  • Meta cards
  • Markers

 

About the Organizer
Management Association of Nepal (MAN) was established in 1979 as the apex body of the management professionals with active support of the corporate sector in Nepal. Being a national non-profit and non-partisan membership-based professional organization, MAN has been an important forum for developing management professionalism and a performance-oriented as well as socially responsible work culture in the country. It has a strong membership base of over 2000 individuals and 180 institutions from different disciplines and sectors of Nepalese economy and society.
 
MAN is one of the founding members of the Asian Association of Management Organizations (AAMO). It has also close links with a number of well-known professional bodies like the American Management Association (AMA) and All India Management Association (AIMA). These linkages help MAN to have access to information on the best management practices and techniques available in the other parts of the world. 

Contact Detail

 

Management Association of Nepal (MAN)
GPO Box No. 3032, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel. 01-4224475, Fax 4240475
Email: man@man.org.np
ed@man.org.np, yadav@man.org.np
Website: www.man.org.np