Certificate for Newly Promoted Supervisors in NGOs - Driving Innovation and Leadership Effectiveness in Team (Session 2)
According to the HKCSS Institute’s Training Need Analysis (NGO TNA, 2018), junior managers were found to be having difficulties in managing their changed role in terms of attitude and skill set, especially on staff supervision and, workload and work level management. There is also a need for them to have a mutual-support network for on-going challenges and to have different exposure to widen their horizon. "The First-time Manager” (2015) specifies that role and function of a supervisor include recruitment, communication, planning, organizing, training, supervising, performance assessment and dismissal. Based on the needs found, a 5-day programme in 2 months with two clusters of skills is designed to cater for the changing role of a newly promoted supervisor, which are personal efficacy and people management. Besides, a programme in 2-month long in 5 meetings may facilitate participants to build peer network outside the organisation.
The 1st half will focus on personal Growth, self-management and leadership development while the 2nd half will focus HR essences on working with people as a supervisor.
|Time||:||0930 - 1700 (6 Hours)|
|Venue||:||Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK|
Newly promoted supervisor (preferably within 24 months) with people management role and direct report subordinate(s)
|Language||:||Cantonese (supplemented with English)|
|HKD 1,060.00 (For HKCSS Agency Member Staff Only)|
|HKD 184.00 ("Small NGO Capacity Development Subsidy Programme"- the highest subsidy amount is 80% of the course fee. Please refer to “Financial Assistance”.)|
|Early Bird Fee||:||HKD 920.00 (Payment on or before 2020-09-18 for HKCSS Agency Member Staff Only)|
|Enquiries||:||2876 2434 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
Mr. Ho L C , Charles 何朗秋先生
Global Training Manager
MTR Corporation Limited
Charles is responsible for steering different T&D initiatives in business hubs in order to facilitate cross-fertilization and build up staff competencies to accelerate the growth of MTR operations in Mainland and overseas.
Prior to joining MTR, Charles held management positions in both corporate and HR consultancy companies. He graduated from HKU with an engineering degree, and acquired MBA in HKUST. Besides, Charles was awarded British Chevening Scholarship to study in London Business School and Cambridge University. He is also the certified trainer of “7 Habits” and “NLP”, and was awarded the “Distinguished Trainer” by HKMA and “Top 5 Emerging Training Leader” by US Training Magazine.
Quota is set for each course in "Small NGO Capacity Development Subsidy Programme". All applications are subject to approval. For details, please click HERE .