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VCCI to hold Leadership Skill Development Course
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Apr '08
In a bid to assist Vietnamese businesses to approach the current dynamic climate, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) will hold a course on leadership skill development under the support of the World Bank. This is part of a “Business Leadership Vision 2008” programme. The course will be opened in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City from April 8 and closed on June 30, 2008.

This course is aimed to enhance knowledge and develop fundamental leadership skills for Vietnamese business managers. The programme will use modern methods to help trainees to approach latest knowledge and skills and build teamwork and independent working skills. The trainees will be encouraged to apply new skills and knowledge to their business administration activities.

The course is lectured by professors from Australian National University and Vietnamese teachers. Mr Pham Thi Thu Hang, Director of the Consulting and Training Department, Institute of Information Technology for Business, under VCCI, said, trainees could understand the importance and necessity of leadership and discriminate the difference between management and leadership; thus, to give different solutions to different situations.

They can develop or sketch up vision declarations for their businesses and understand key factors of sentimental intelligence and leadership manner and the effects of these two factors in their working environments. At the same time, trainees will choose and apply suitable leadership manners in specific situations.

A World Bank representative said the WB will provide partial finance for the course. Trainees will have chance to meet and exchange experience with Vietnamese and regional business leaders. They will be granted graduation certificates if they pass exams.

Major contents of the “Business Leadership Vision 2008” programme include business leadership skills, business management skills, marketing management skills, and project and production management skills. VCCI will hold similar programmes in the coming years.

Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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