Saudi Youth Leadership Development
This curriculum will assist recent Saudi university graduates learn what it takes to be an effective supervisor or manager in private-sector organizations and government Ministries. After participating in this comprehensive training curriculum Saudi graduates will be more prepared to move into management and supervision. The soft-skill programs in this training series will help Saudis develop the core competencies they need to become successful leaders and managers. Participants will learn the role of managers in the workforce. They will also develop an understanding of and respect for the changing economy and values-based culture supported by the government and the private sector. Learn more.
Management & Leadership Development
First and second-level supervisors and managers will benefit from developing the management and leadership skills they need to increase their personal effectivenss and improve the performance of the employees who report to them. By participating in this training curriculum, supervisors and managers will learn how to achieve results through others. They will acquire the skills needed to motivate, lead, direct and communicate with others successfully. Participants will develop the core competencies they need to create high-performing teams that achieve the goals expect of them. The programs in this curriculum support the nation’s broader goal to improve the economy while preserving its values-based culture. Learn more.
Career Development and Essential Workplace Skills
This training curriculum provides every front-line employee with the opportunity to assess their interests in advancing their careers whether they are considering a career in management or prefer to advance along a technical career track. Career development training helps employees take initiative and responsibility for their own development and makes them aware of what they need to do to develop their qualifications for advancement. These programs will motivate all front-line employees and serve as a strong retention tool for training departments. In addition, the programs in this series will help front-line workers develop essential workplace skills so that they can make greater contributions to the performance of their organizations. They will learn critical soft-skills including communication, team work, personal leadership, customer service, supporting change and handling conflict. Learn more.
Leadership Skills for Lean Organizations
There is not a single Lean initiative that will be successful without the contributions of the organization’s human resources. Organizations primarily become engaged in strategies to improve processes, machinery, and work flows keeping their focus on operational elements and taking their eye off of the human element. This is the primary reason why the many attempts to implement lean end in disappointing results over time. The critical factor so often overlooked is that lean implementation requires day-to-day, hour-by-hour management, supervisory, and employee practices and skills that leaders in conventional routine-based environments do not promote or rely on for continuous success. Learn more.