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TMC presents ‘Leadership in Management’ program


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TMC with the training specialist Zion Consulting organised a unique series of programs commencing in April 2019 titled ‘Leadership in Management’ which was postponed to June 2019. 

Leadership in Management program was held on 6 June at the Galadari Hotel. This program has been put together for working managers and executives who have little time for training. 

The unique modular design of this program provides for great flexibility, as participants can pick what they need from a menu of self-standing modules giving the participants the ability to build capacity in areas they feel they need to improve. This also has the effect of being very affordable. The interactive methodology enables the participants to learn very quickly, and transfer the skills they learn at the workshop to their workplace immediately.

The program was held at the Hotel Galadari. Distinguished and well known trainer – Denuka Perera with enormous experience in training and coaching facilitated this program. Denuka is an HR Consultant with 23 years hands on experience. She is a Trainer, Visiting Lecturer – IPM, Faculty Member Miloda Academy of Finance and the CEO of Zion Consulting. 

The program title was Purpose – Plan – Principles.

Denuka Perera elaborated the following:

Why do we need leaders for an organisation?

How to drive the organisation to achieve its desired goals and objectives 

  • How to identify a clear purpose
  • What is leadership and what is a purpose
  • Purpose, Direction and Vision
  • How to identify a clear purpose
  • How to develop short term and long term plans
  • How to achieve desired objectives through proper planning and organising

Establish vision/plans/purpose according to your principles


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