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FACE TO FACE TRAINING

Traditional mode of delivery, where learners and the facilitator will be on the same venue.

Workshop Overview

The best leader grows on the job and earns the right to lead by coming to understand the role, the responsibilities, the requirements and the people. The best leader practices continual self-development and self-management in the knowledge and skills of leadership. Individual coaching is the best way to improve and leverage leadership productivity and performance. We help mid to senior level professionals “go to the next level” by developing practices and learning tools to improve trust, communication, resolve conflict and their ability to lead teams in productive collaboration.

Our unique Seattle executive coaching approach allows clients to have an active day- to- day partner –often helping clients address team development challenges while they are doing work with their teams. Our career coaching allows professionals to make choices in times of transition that equate to success in the long run and includes important coaching practice for successful interviewing.

Workshop objectives:

Upon completion of the programme, participants will be able to:

·         Developing important skills as a leader, manager, supervisor and coach

·         Understand various human behavior models and your role as a leader

·         High Performance Leadership: From Control to Empowerment

·         Recognize the benefits of coaching

·         The Link between Leadership, Team Building and Coaching at work place.

·          Identify the role of the coach

·         Understand the techniques involved in successful coaching

·         Use coaching effectively to improve employee performance

·         Recognize and use guidelines for giving positive feedback and constructive criticism.

·         Develop team goals based on the business vision

·         Develop a plan for coaching an employee.

·         A practical and pragmatic approach to coaching and mentoring team members in a performance environment.

·         This workshop will not make you an expert coach/mentor, although it will lay a foundation for continued improvement.

·         Understand what makes a team effective

·         Develop motivational coaching skills and consulting coaching skills

·         Develop communication, performance feedback and active listening skills

 ·         Deal with difficult team members

 

Target Audience:

Directors, Commissioners, Managers, Supervisors, team leaders and Senior Officers.

 Date:  27th November to 1st December, 2017

 Venue: Mwanza

Course date: 27-11-2017 8:00 am
Course End Date: 01-12-2017 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Purpose                                

In today’s competitive job market, employers are looking for a great fit to add to their team. They take a look at many different aspects of each potential employee… not just their resume. They want to make sure that you’ll not only have the right skills, but that you’ll have the right personality and attitude to be a valuable addition to the workplace.The government is soon to release over 10,000 jobs, it is an opportunity for graduates and professionals with the energy to contribute towards Tanzanian industrial drive. However this window of opportunity will only last for a while, unless Tanzanians are able to grab the opportunity, other people in the region and outside the continent will be brought due to the increased demand.

 

Tanzania Global Leraning Agency in collaboration with Public Service Recruitment Secretariat will organize this workshop to create awareness to the public on best job selection and application. This workshop is an opportunity to take the right job.

Workshop objective

The workshop is intended to provide participants with requisite skills to able to :

qGet the right information for the best fit job;
qHow to read and package a winning CV;
qHow to apply for a job online;
qWhat to consider when choosing a referee;
qHow to prepare for an interview;
qHow to win during an interview;
qHow to negotiate for better remuneration.
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Target group

Job seeker who desires to Write a Wining Proposal and Win their Dream Jobs;

vThose seeking for jobs or promotion in the civil services, commercial, private, International and local NGOs;
vRecruitment agents and recruiters who wish to learn about the trend and quality of available human resource capital in the Tanzania market;

New and Repeat Jobs Seekers;

Duration of the training:

This is a two days weekend program for Friday and Saturdays (open for discussions and guidance from TAGLA experience

 

Dates&time:30 November-1 December,  2017: Time 8.30 am to 16.00 pm

VENUE : TaGLA, IFM BLOCK “A”,  Ground Floor Serengeti Room

 

Course date: 30-11-2017 8:00 am
Course End Date: 01-12-2017 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Description: -

Tanzania Global Learning Agency (TaGLA) in collaboration with VINSYS (India) has organized a tailor-made workshop that provides direction and vision; set the tone for organization, influence everything from the strategic direction of the organization to the satisfaction level of the employees.

With much of the focus on business and personal leadership, a shift needs to happen, and it is to health leadership. There is a need for being personally healthy and personally engaged with our health information. This workshop will provide a platform for a step towards health self evaluation and establishment of personal health data of participants.

Workshop Objective: -

The Training will provide an opportunity to understanding today’s executive leadership expectations; develop critical and reflective thinking abilities; demonstrate a commitment to social justice; exhibit responsible decision-making and personal accountability; exhibit the ability to work effectively with those different from themselves; leading with the heart and demonstrate an understanding of group dynamics and effective teamwork.

Workshop Outcomes: -

At the end of this workshop participants will be able to know the fundamentals of building a leadership style that creates trust, sets a clear vision and guides your entire team toward greater performance and profit; Gain insights into the key leadership skills and techniques you need to create a winning strategy; Learn the underlying factors for ‘coaching’ and know how to build an extraordinary team that works together to deliver results; Participants will be able to determine current fitness levels and understand critical diseases and disorders that can impair leadership capability.

Targeting audience:

Executives and senior officers with leadership or supervisory functions. Such officers are Permanent Secretaries, Vice Chancellors, Rectors, CEOs, Principals, Directors, Commissioners,  Academicians, Managers, team or project leaders.

Course date: 04-12-2017 8:00 am
Course End Date: 08-12-2017 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

 RATIONALE

Everyone negotiates… however women have unique challenges in negotiation especially in developing countries! Women do bring several advantages to the negotiating table, including the ability to consider both the substantive as well as relationship benefits of any deal despite the prevailing barriers and obstacles.

This workshop focuses on the unique challenges women face, how women can develop negotiating strengths and thus use power more constructively to secure win-win agreements for their organisations and nations.

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES

qTo enhance awareness of the scope of negotiations within the organizational, national and global environment; 
qTo emphasise the significance, principles and technique of negotiations as a core competence for all women, leaders, managers and professionals in the organisation at all levels of their professional engagements;
qTo be more alert to the challenges, barriers and pitfalls during negotiations;
qTo provide opportunities for the participants to examine their own strengths and weaknesses as negotiators, and the unique challenges they may face as women and to develop  a personal  action plan for skill-enhancement;
qTo upgrade negotiations skills through practice in simulation exercises;
qTo provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas and experiences.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This workshop is designed as a skill-enhancement workshop for senior women leaders, professionals and managers. This women include those who are directly or indirectly involved in negotiations at the organisational, national or international level. This includes current negotiators or those who are soon to assume positions that may require them to negotiate actively or take leadership roles.

DATE:      16-20 October 2017.

VENUE : TaGLA – Arusha, Tanzania).

Arusha is a city surrounded by some of Africa's most famous landscapes and national parks. Beautifully situated at the eastern edge of the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley, close to Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Olduvai Gorge, and Mount Kilimanjaro.

FACILITATOR

Shanta Nagendram has conducted training for all sectors in more than 32 countries. She has been appointed as the lead consultant for building capacity in negotiations and leadership training by several organisations including the Commonwealth Secretariat, European Union and Institute of International Education (IIE USA) and by several governments, companies and civil society organisations. Shanta obtained her B. Economics (Hons.) from the University of Malaya and her M.Sc. in International Relations from the London School of Economics & Political Science. She was also a Fulbright Scholar and has participated in both the Basic and Advanced Negotiations workshops at the Harvard Law School. Her expertise is leadership and women’s empowerment.

Course date: 04-12-2017 8:30 am
Course End Date: 08-12-2017 4:30 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

RATIONALE:

IT Governance is a critical issue and essential part of accountability that monitoring and governing it effectively is likely to a director’s basic duty of care and diligence. Implementation has been a challenge, with only few organizations are satisfied with the value of their effort towards IT Governance. This is mostly due to several hidden development and operational implication that underlines the need for broader organizational integration that concern numerous processes, systems and stakeholders.

This 5 Day training “IT Governance” shall equip participants with valuable practical knowledge to address key issues and discuss best practices that include; achieving IT Governance strategic alignment towards organizational strategies, demonstrating IT investment value delivery, effectively managing IT resources for optimum results with minimum cost, establishing IT risk management practices and assessment of IT performance measurements. This course employs a combination of instructor-led sessions, case studies, group exercises, scenarios and discussions.

OBJECTIVES:

Specifically participants will be able to: -

·          Distinguishing Corporate Governance from IT Governance.

·          Recognizing IT Governance, IT Management and IT Production.

·          Describing IT Governance: strategic alignment, value delivery, risk management, performance management.

·          Reviewing the available IT Governance Frameworks: CoBIT, ITIL, COSO, CMMI.

·          Dealing with little or no business value from IT investments due to poor strategic alignments with organization objectives;

·          Dealing with inefficiencies due to the lack of ownership and leadership from senior management.

·          Addressing ineffective resource management: Ensuring optimum results at minimum cost.

·          Establishing internal or external audits: IT compliance with organization’s policies, standards, procedures, overall objectives

·          Embedding IT Risk Management: Ensuring regular IT assessment and Reporting on IT-related risk and organizational impact.

·          Aligning IT strategies: Enabling the board and senior management to understand strategic IT issues.

·          Demonstrating value delivery: Discussing IT investment needs and benefits.

·          Assessing IT performance: Identifying IT project objectives, Reviewing deliverables and Addressing shortfalls.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

This training is designed for Board of Directors, Trustees, ICT Management, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Finance Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Security Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Directors, Head of Departments, Enterprise Architects with interest in IT strategy, processes and systems.

Date: 11th to 15th December 2017                      Venue: Arusha, Tanzania 

 

 

Course date: 11-12-2017 8:00 am
Course End Date: 15-12-2017 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited