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People, not supplies, are the majority of worldwide AIDS organizations’ relief resources. Relief and development work includes people from different communities, cultures and standpoints, which can sometimes create tough, even dangerous contexts. This diverse environment can create a rift between team members. It is up to the leader to create and lead opportunities for development, communication and motivation within these teams. The way development organizations lead and manage their human capital determines the effectiveness in which they meet their main goal of relief and support highly motivated teams.

This Course is designed to help leaders gain contemporary, proven skills to manage human capital adequately and productively, ensuring the well-being of their employees and overall success of their projects.


This Course will provide you with:

  • The skills to lead a victorious team, department or business
  • The ability to empower your team to carry out their goals
  • Rural development biases
  • The ability to identify relevant and useful leadership styles
  • An understanding of different leadership attitudes and how they affect others
  • Teamwork, motivation and decision-making principles and the ability to handle challenges in the work environment
  • Effective and contemporary recruitment tools
  • The value of non-monetary incentives and how to boost their effectiveness
  • Networking skills to connect with other HR professionals

Who Should Attend

Leaders from all fields of business are welcome to attend this comprehensive training Course. Any level of management, CEOs, business owners, consultants and freelancers alike will gain skills to communicate and lead effectively in any situation.


Day One

  • The human factor in management
  • Leadership Acumen – The basics of leadership and leadership development
  • Building stronger, Greater organizations: Refocusing leadership
  • Influencing People Persuasively
  • Building and Motivating Teams
  • Communication for Maximum Impact and Effectiveness

Day Two

  • Talent management
  • Assessing and aligning effective HR system
  • Attracting, Developing, and Retaining Top Talent
  • Change management strategies
  • Tools for change management
  • Managing employee expectations and motivation
  • Creating a talent development Plan

Day Three

  • Managing performance improvement
  • Relating performance and competency to rewards
  • Creating a powerful employee value proposition
  • Relating performance and competency to rewards
  • Payment strategies and the psychological appreciation
  • Behavioral and 360 appraisals

Day Four

  • Managing promotions and regular employee engagement
  • Employee involvement in strategic management
  • Maximizing impression of benefits
  • Leadership Development as a benefit
  • Shaping employment laws as leadership tools
  • Employees as a Business Partner

Day Five

  • Global Good practices
  • The new HR competencies
  • People Issues of the Future
  • Team Equality and Diversity in a changing world
  • Growing your network and your influence


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