Advanced Course on Management & Development

Course Aim:

The main aim of this course is to help Class II officers working under different Ministries of the Government of Nepal to develop the core competencies for performing their roles efficiently and to contribute towards effective implementation of development programmes as well as improvements in public service delivery.

Objectives of the Course:

After the completion of the course, participants will be able to:

·   demonstrate key self management and interpersonal skills with positive mindsets, for effective managerial performance;

·   identify staff development needs and intervention strategies and manage staff performance for achieving organisational objectives;

·   diagnose organisational needs for changes and apply various intervention techniques for enhancing organisational effectiveness;

·   explain key development issues    and corresponding policies for ensuring public services;

·   prepare macro plans and exhibit better understanding of planning mechanism and financial controlling;

·   appraise, select, monitor and manage development projects for the achievement of national development objectives; and

·          integrate concepts with practices through project work for enhancing their understanding and improving organisational functions in Nepal.

Course Contents

This training programme has been designed on a modular basis. It comprises the following seven modules:

Module I :    Managing  Self  & Interpersonal  Relationships

Module II :   Performance Improvement Planning

Module III :  Organisation Development and Change Management

Module IV:   Governance and Federalism in Nepal

Module V :   Approach to Development

Module VI :  Planning for Development

Module VII: Research Methods and Project Works

Training Approach and Methodology

   The overall approach of this programme will be of a participative nature. Participants will have ample opportunity to share experiences and interact with peers and facilitators. The main training methods will include group discussion, exercise, case study, project work, etc. with as few lecture sessions as possible.

Number of Participants: 27