The importance of the ethical base on which public service is based is reflected in this course. It will ensure that the quality of education and training in the public sector is enhanced and of a world-class standard.
High emphasis is placed on learning through ‘doing’ where the learner is presented with real life and workplace case studies and role playing to ensure the delegate develops knowledge and confidence to take back into the workplace and apply them successfully.
Those able to successfully implement time management strategies control their workload rather than spend each day in a frenzy of activity reacting to crisis after crisis - stress declines and personal productivity soars! These highly effective individuals are focus on the tasks with the greatest impact to them and their organization.
With this workshop your participants will be able to develop a business environment that reflects a positive set of values and ethics. Aligning these characteristics with the standards of conduct is what makes a business stand out and be a leader in the business world.
This course covers a number of critical guidelines in change management and what is needed to maximise the likelihood of success. Delegates will learn about stages of change, how to persuade people, why people resist change and how to manage organisational changes. Numerous techniques and management tools in addition to exercises are provided to introduce delegates to change management and help them become more skilled when facing change.
On the 30th of May 2020, the world witnessed the successful collaboration between NASA and SpaceX that culminated in the docking of Dragon with the International Space Station nineteen hours after liftoff. At the same time, we are witnessing the fragmenting of our fragile society, not just in our backyard, but across the globe. The world, it seems, is spinning out of control.
Learning during lockdown has been a challenge for many families over the past few months, and for assisted learning students, who require additional attention and support, the burdens on them have been substantial and not often acknowledged.