When : 14th June 2017
Where : Sule Shangri-La, Yangon
While there are as many styles of management as there are managers, great managers know how to get the very best out of the people on their teams. Their success comes from a mix of skills and knowledge, and in this workshop, we’ll be giving you both.
In one highly interactive day, we’ll be covering:
- The impact Myanmar labour law has on your role as a manager
- How to delegate and supervise effectively to ensure your work gets done and done well
- How to supervise your team, and flex your supervision styles to take account of individual differences
- The impact your communication style has on the individual members of your team, and how you can vary it to engage and motivate your team
- How to give feedback in a way that builds trust and has a positive impact on performance
You’ll come away with skills and knowledge that you’ll be able to put to work right away for the benefit of your team, your organization – and you!
Upon completion of attending the training, the attendees will be awarded with a certification of completion by DFDL.
Who should attend?
- C-level executives
- Managers and supervisors in all functional areas
- For-profits, not-for profits, public, private, government
If you believe that someone else in your organization would also benefit from this workshop, please forward this event to them.
DFDL’s Professional Development Director
Tony passionately believes in the power of training to help people and organizations achieve their goals. Tony is an award-winning trainer with more than 30 years’ experience delivering workshops and seminars across Asia, Europe, North America, and Australia. His clients have included organizations of all sizes across a wide range of sectors.
Regional Head of Labour Practice
Danyel is a U.S. qualified lawyer who has been practicing in Southeast Asia for 10 years. She advises clients on all matters involving labor law issues, including employment contracts, internal regulations, employment terminations, and employer rights and obligations. Her varied client base includes commercial enterprises, embassies, international organizations, and non-governmental organizations. She is based in DFDL’s Yangon, Myanmar office and provides advice on employment matters for DFDL offices throughout the region, in particular Myanmar and Laos. Danyel firmly believes that clear, legally compliant HR documentation creates a solid foundation for a good working relationship between managers and their people.
Date: 14 June 2017, Wednesday
Time: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Venue: Sule Shangri-La Hotel
223 Sule Pagoda Road, Yangon, Myanmar
Fees : USD 95 / MMK 130,000
(The price includes two coffee breaks and buffet lunch. Payment should be made prior to the event)
Early Bird Fees: USD 60 / MMK 83,000
Please register with us by 31 May to enjoy our limited special offer rates.
To register, please send your full name, position, company, industry, and email address to email@example.com
For more information:
Ms. Aye Thanda
DFDL Myanmar Limited
Tel: +95 1 526 180, +95 1 1 221 283