Visioning & Managing Change

The present is a time of upheaval and change in organizations particularly in the 90’s wherein industries become more and more competitive. Companies are challenging the ways they do business. They need to innovate, adapt, shift and transform themselves. Visioning includes the process of clarifying values, focusing mission and stretching to a preferred vision. These key elements form the essence around which individuals, teams and organization plot their course. A three-day workshop wherein the participants will have the opportunity to clarify individual values in the Continue reading →

Time and Stress Management

Key to productivity is adequate prioritization of the vital activities in contrasts to the trivial many. The ability of a person to sort out what is important and not necessarily urgent provides him the power to control pressures and activities. Stress is a function of the inability of the person to sort and attend to the important matters immediately even before it becomes urgent and pressing thereby resulting to increase used of time and effort. What a waste! Effective time and stress management revolves around Continue reading →

Supply Chain Management

In this age of globalization, free trade and same-day deliveries, Supply Chain Management is becoming more and more critical to organizational success and sustainability. All the functions of supply chain (Purchasing, Inventory Control, Warehousing and Distribution) must work seamlessly and in cohesion to ensure products are delivered timely, in pristine condition and at minimum cost. Our Supply Chain and Logistics Management course is designed to equip you with the competencies participants need to be a modern Supply Chain professional where quality, price, delivery and service Continue reading →

Supervisory (Basic and Advanced)

Research shows that the greater majority of people who become supervisors are promoted due to their technical proficiency. Relying solely on one’s technical capability without the benefit of formal training on supervision and management will find him groping his way through his new role; He may not be able to obtain the necessary management mindedness; and may continue to possess a “rank & file” mentality eventually unable to derive performance from people under his charge. Supervisory Skills Training Workshop will build skills that will blend Continue reading →

Strategic Planning Workshop

Planning is a basic function of management. It is so essential … according to Peter F. Drucker, “… no manager is fully discharging his responsibilities when strategic planning is neglected.” The approach to strategic planning, however, is varied but can be classified as either method or scientific/formal method. Without either, an organization will do business drifting and sailing about. A two-day seminar designed to present to the participants the scientific or formal strategic planning approach. It is a group workshop-based program that will delve on Continue reading →

Problem Solving and Decision Making

Modern management accepts the need to blend intuition and creativity with scientific methods of arriving at decisions designed to reduce if not to eliminate organizational problems. Using the potentials of the mind to create ideas, concepts and visions particularly in uncharted territories or when faced with non-programmed decisions is indeed a challenge. However, using solely one’s common sense, experience or even solicited judgment when rendering non-programmed decisions can be limiting without the aid of a problem-solving and decision-making process. The training is a two-day workshop Continue reading →

Personal Leadership & Development

Our effective Personal Leadership and Development is a course that changes lives. Participants are quickly motivated to enhance their leadership skills, create a culture of inspiration and motivation, refocus careers and explore new directions. It builds on existing skills and focuses on required behavior and attitude changes to cope with the pace and changing nature of business.

Managerial Skills Development

People in organizations are dependent on the direction and the priorities that management set. Crucial, therefore is the role of the manager, not only in managing their people and their department but, in aligning their priorities with that of the overall corporate strategy and aspirations. A manager must exercise his conceptual skills in planning, directing, making decision and in monitoring the progress of work until its completion. Doing the right things first should come and doing things right should follow. A two (2) day training Continue reading →

Management Development Program

People in organizations are dependent on the direction and the priorities that management set. Crucial, therefore is the role of the manager, not only in managing their people and their department but, in aligning their priorities with that of the overall corporate strategy and aspirations. A manager must exercise his conceptual skills in planning, directing, making decision and in monitoring the progress of work until its completion. Doing the right things first should come and doing things right should follow. A two (2) day seminar Continue reading →

Leadership Excellence Course

A manager or a supervisor does not necessarily mean a LEADER. Managers and supervisors are titles and designations whereas; Leadership is the ability to influence others to act or achieve and end. Although it is presumed that a manager is also a leader, but the trust and respect accorded a leader is something that is earned that it is compelled. The seminar/workshop on “Leadership Excellence Course” is a two-day training program designed to present to the participants the need for personal mastery and the need Continue reading →