General Management Training

GM1. Result Based Project Management and Basic Risk Training   (4 days)

Many (national) organizations that rely on donors for financial support to maintain, expand, and create programs must be able to write strong proposals, design needs-based projects, draft LogFrames and budgets and need to have a basic idea of Monitoring and Evaluation. On top of that, a basic project risk assessment is crucial for any kind of project implementation as it helps in writing substantial assumptions in the LogFrame, thus improving the quality of proposals and subsequently the project implementation. This four-day workshop designed by HDFF seeks to build a strong understanding of the intertwined skills needed for safe project management using realistic scenario-based situations.

Objectives:

  • Project / proposal design with the help of problem / objective tree
  • LogFrame as major design, implementing, monitoring and evaluation tool
  • Budgeting and planning of monitoring and evaluation of a project
  • Basic project risk management as integral part of project management

 

Date:             [10 – 13 March 2020_1]  [ 21- 24 September 2020_2]

Location:    Bangkok, Thailand

Cost:              Regular Price     -$ 990 USD

          Early Bird            -$ 895 USD


 

GM.2. Financial Management for Leaders (Financial Planning & Monitoring, Anti-Corruption Measures)

HDFF’s three-day Financial Management Training for Leaders gives you the tools to understand and apply the principles of financial management to your organisation.

Features include:

  • Global leadership and performance management
  • Strategic planning
  • Financial management
  • Good governance
  • Financial skills

Objectives

  • To understand the role and responsibilities of a modern leader in the financial context of a project.
  • To understand the key concepts, rationale, and application of budgeting in a donor-funded project.
  • To be familiar with the current trends, regulations, and industry standards for budget management

 

Date:          [19 – 21 February 2020_1]    [27 – 29 October 2020_2]

Location:   Bangkok, Thailand

Cost:            Regular Price          -$ 995 USD

        Early Bird              -$ 930 USD


 

GM.3. Financial Management Training (Financial Management of Projects, Accounting Principles)

HDFF’s two-day Financial Management Training gives you the tools to understand and apply the principles of financial management to your organisation.

Features include:

  • Leadership
  • Importance of best practices
  • Financial management and analysis
  • Budgeting best practices
  • Managing audits
  • Financial management and good governance

Objectives

  • To Improve participants understanding of best practices of accounting, budgeting and auditing
  • To understand practical financial management approaches and tools
  • To help participants in their endeavor to underline the financial management necessities

 

Date:          [28-29 Mar 2020_2]   [19-20 Jun 2020_3]  [12-13 Sept 2020_4]   [20-21 Nov 2020_5]

Location:   Bangkok, Thailand

Cost:            Regular Price          -$ 740 USD

         Early Bird              -$ 660 USD


 

GM.4. Monitoring & Evaluation in Development Projects (3 days)

Monitoring is not a tool or a method, but a way of doing, an attitude that needs to underpin everything you do. In Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) one can get lost in forests of sophisticated Excel tables and endless data collection tools, and nearly drowned in oceans of monitoring books that treated it as a separate and sophisticated science. The more one gets into the topic, the more complex it appears and the more overwhelmed and confused one becomes. Therefore HDFF having experience in  M&E as impact evaluators designed an easy to understand three day M&E basic training focusing on core tools and experience.

Objectives:

  • To help participants to understand leadership basics
  • To help participants to understand the essence of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E)
  • To apply practical M&E tools (LogFrame & indicators)
  • To help participants to understand and support M&E necessities

 

Date:            [11 – 13 May 2020_1] /  [17-19 Aug 2020_2]    [02  – 04 Nov 2020_3]

Location:   Bangkok, Thailand

Cost:            Regular Price          -$ 770 USD

                Early Bird               -$ 690 USD


GM.5. Human Resource and Talent Management (2days)

Efficient management of your organization’s human resources and the effective utilization of your staff’s skills and specializations are crucial for maximizing your impact. As the international development industry grows increasingly competitive, the need for UN agencies, non-governmental organizations and government ministries to effectively manage, retain, and utilize their human resources has become instrumental in their success and operational continuity. Being knowledgeable in the latest theories and practices in the industry can give your organization an advantage as all staff members contribute unique skills which can be immensely beneficial if properly utilized.

Objectives:

  • To understand industry-standard, best-practice methods for staff acquisition and retention.
  • To develop an efficient, effective workplace team based on the skills and abilities of each team member.
  • To develop and apply evaluation tools to determine staff strengths and weaknesses
  • To understand how to utilize the skills of your staff and apply them in practical, working context.
  • To understand and apply the principles of team building to your organization for greater productivity.

  

Date:           [13 -14 August 2020_2]

Location:   Bangkok, Thailand

Cost:            Regular Price          -$ 570 USD

        Early Bird                -$ 495 USD


 

GM.6. Advanced Management / Anti-Corruption Training (2 days)

Many organizations face a complex struggle in many project implementation processes between corruption on one side and anti-corruption laws on the other. Many situations related to corruption evolve over time and it is sometimes unclear whether it is question of corruption or “cultural habits”. Using role play and interactive training settings, HDFF designed a course for laymen to better understand organizational requirements as well as individual awareness towards corruption-related issues. This two-day workshop style training designed by HDFF seeks to build key capacities in anti-corruption legal requirements working with donors/ investors as well as basic ideas for related organizational policies.

Objectives:

  • Core legal framework knowledge (e.g. US FCPA, UK Bribery Act)
  • Providing knowledge on standard practices against corruption
  • Organizational policies against corruption
  • Intercultural aspects

 

 

      Date:              [15 – 16 June 2020_2]    [16 – 17 November 2020_3]

      Location:     Bangkok, Thailand

      Cost:               Regular Price      -$ 570 USD

          Early Bird            -$ 495 USD


GM.7. Advanced Management Skills: Project Risk Management & Financial Risk Management (2 days)

HDFF’s two-day Advanced Management Skills training for general public, government and UNorganizations’ personnel as well as corporate personnel focus on major risk for designing, implementing and evaluating projects. This training concentrates on the identification and mitigation possibilities of project related risks as well as financial risks for projects and organizations. The training is conducted by internationally experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators in an utmost participatory way.

Objectives

  • To be able to assess risks for individuals, teams, programs, and locations related to project design and implementation
  • To be able to identify financial risks for projects and organizations
  • To increase the ability to develop mitigation ideas to cope with project related and financial risks

 

Dates:           [14 – 15 May 2020_2]  [11 – 12 Nov 2020_3]  

Location:     Bangkok, Thailand

 Cost:             Regular Price              –   $ 590 USD          

                         Early Bird Price         –   $ 500 USD


 

GM.8. Strategic Leadership Training / Strategic Planning – Effective Management Control – Financial Management and Good Governance (2.5 days)

HDFF’s 2.5-day Strategic Leadership Training for general public, government and UNorganizations’ personnel as well as corporate personnel is a course for modern 21st century leaders. This course addresses topics like global leadership and performance management, strategic planning, risk management in project contexts, motivation, delegation and empowerment, conflict resolution, talent management and financial management and Good Governance needed by every modern leader of team, departments or organizations. The training is conducted by internationally experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators in an utmost participatory way.

Objectives

  • to improve participants’ understanding of global leadership requirements related to strategy, human resources, financial resources and good governance
  • to increase understanding of risk management approaches and related modern leadership skills

 

Dates:          [18 – 20 March 2020_1]  [22 – 24 July 2020 _2] 

Location:    Bangkok, Thailand

Cost:             Regular Price                –  $ 795 USD          

                       Early Bird Discount    –   $ 700 USD