We offer research based training and development in the following areas;

  • Leadership Development

    Leadership is an important function of management which helps to maximize efficiency and to achieve organizational goals.

  • Managerial Effectiveness

    Effective managers become role model for subordinates. They play a vital role in improving the overall effectiveness of the organization. Effective managers know the important role knowledge and people play in making an organization successful.

  • Effective Supervisor

    Supervisors are responsible for providing employees with constructive feedback about performance and workplace behavior. Communication skills are important because the way supervisors interact with employees affects how well employees receive supervisor feedback.

  • Time and stress Management

    Reducing stress in your everyday life is vital for maintaining your overall health, as it can improve your mood, boost immune function, promote longevity and allow you to be more productive.

  • Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Relationship

    The two terms “interpersonal and intrapersonal” are self-explanatory. The word ‘inter’ means between and ‘intra’ means within. When a communication takes place between two or more individuals, it is termed as interpersonal communication, whereas if the communication is exclusively within a single individual, it is an intra-personal one.

    Both inter and intra are equally important modes of communication as the first helps you to come close to the community and understand the people around you. The second helps you to reflect on your course of action and thus is a tool of self-awareness.

  • Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to identify, use, understand, and manage emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathise with others, overcome challenges, and defuse conflict.

  • Team Building

    Team bonding activities also improve workplace projects that involve teamwork. After completing team building activities together, employees better understand each other’s strengths, weaknesses, and interests. This understanding helps them work even better together on future progress vital to a company

  • Effective Communication

    It is crucial to communicate effectively in negotiations to ensure you achieve your goals. Communication is also important within the business. Effective communication can help to foster a good working relationship between you and your staff, which can in turn improve morale and efficiency

  • Train the Trainer

    Training the Trainer is Important. It is important to realize that any trainer needs two separate sets of skills and knowledge. First, they need to know the topic they are teaching (subject matter expertise). … They know that the best teachers have usually been taught how to teach

  • High Performance Work Systems

    High Performance Work Systems (HPWS) have become highly important as a source of competitive advantage in today’s competitive business environment. Human resource management capabilities are important for attracting, selecting, retaining, motivating and developing the workforce in an organization.

  • Whole System Transformation

    Organizations have used the art and science of Organization Development (OD) for the past 50 years. Recent evaluations have revealed that something in this current process is missing. What isn’t happening is the engagement of the whole system in the encompassing change. The whole organization must be transformed in record time–not in lengthy change projects that may take years to bear fruit.

  • 5S-Safety-Kaizen

    5S, or any lean system, helps to eliminate waste, streamline production, and optimize efficiencies. When you adopt 5S thinking, you make a commitment to put safety, organization and effectiveness ahead of production deadlines, profits and output. Less Waste (Improved Efficiency) Reduced Space Used For Storage

  • Certified 5S practitioner, trainer and auditor

    This is a certification program to qualify 5S practitioner, trainer and auditor

  • Gemba Kaizen Circle

    Those who know the worksite best are the workers in the front line.

    These employees must be given the opportunity to make suggestions – even little ones. Without their cooperation, we cannot make effective, long lasting kaizen. Employee engagement is key.

    Gemba Kaizen circles, not only benefits the company but also the employees. Making their workplace better and safer is very rewarding. With a sense of pride that comes with contributing to the success of their company, employees can feel part of the company and gain a sense of ownership. The power of this cannot be underestimated. Study after study has demonstrated that money is not an employee’s driving force. People inherently want to contribute to something. If an owner or manager can harness this force in their employees, transformation will occur.

  • 7Steps of problem solving and 7QC tools

    The Seven Basic Tools of Quality is a designation given to a fixed set of graphical techniques identified as being most helpful in troubleshooting issues related to quality. They are called basic because they are suitable for people with little formal training in statistics and because they can be used to solve the vast majority of quality-related issues

  • 8 Deadly wastes

    Lean methodologies deal with methods and techniques to reduce eight wastes or non-value-added activities in order to be more efficient in serving the end customer. Wasteful activities are process steps that either the customer is not willing to pay for or are not critical to the creation of value for the customer. Elimination or reduction of these activities will result in tremendous savings for the business. It has been estimated that between 15% and 50% of typical company’s’ resources are devoted to rework and non-value added tasks that could be avoided but usually they are not even uncovered: they become hidden costs.

  • Lean thinking and lean manufacturing

    Lean Manufacturing is a business philosophy which has proven highly successful since it can reduce costs, eliminate waste, increase productivity, maintain high levels of quality and thus make a significant increase in your profit.

  • Six Sigma

    Six Sigma is important because it scores much higher over other quality improvement techniques such as TQM. Six Sigma is different as the focus here is to make consistent quality improvements until business processes are fully optimized.

  • Poka-Yoke mistake proofing

    Mistake Proofing (Poka-Yoke) Mistake Proofing is about adding techniques to prevent defects and detect defects as soon as possible, if one does occur. Poka-Yoke is often used as a synonymous term but its meaning is to eliminate product defects by preventing human errors (that are unintentional).

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