With the aim of conveying new philosophies towards an effective governance model, the Institute for Strategic Leadership Development Research (SLEADER) has developed the Chief Effective Executive (CEE) program including 6 topics. The program was implemented by SLEADER from July 11 to July 26, 2020.
The Chief Effective Executive (CEE) suggests a new approach to modern governance, especially in the era of the Great Transition world with many unpredictable fluctuations and challenges. The course goes from perceiving the complex world to defining that the task of governance is results-oriented; exploring the factors that create efficiency from trust building, positive thinking and detecting strengths to achieve supremacy. With this approach, effective management is not following immediate benefits by “leapfrog” tools, but by the method of “right job, right person, right time”. Strengths of individuals as well as businesses are considered as leverage to promote and create outstanding results.
With many new and attractive contents, the Chief Effective Executive (CEE) program has attracted the participation of trainees from many enterprises in different fields such as Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN), T&T Group, Traphaco Joint Stock Company, Tan Hoang Mai Company. The combination of theoretical teaching and discussion of practical issues helps the trainees correctly discover and identify the role of an effective administrator in the face of the challenges of an ever-changing and unpredictable world.
Effective management is not only a task posed to the business leader, but also for each individual who wants to manage himself well. Therefore, the Chief Effective Executive (CEE) could be seen as a choice for anyone who wants to work effectively.
Some pictures of the course:
Dr. Duong Thi Thu, Dỉrector of the Institute for Strategic Leadership Development Research (SLEADER)
Assoc.Prof. Nguyen Thi Hanh, Senior Lecturer of the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, Director of the Center for French Research and Cooperation for Asia – Pacific (CECOFAP)
Dr. Tran Thi Hong Lien, Deputy Head of Faculty of Business Administration, University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh
Assoc. Dr. Hoang Van Hai, Dean of the School of Business Administration, VNU University of Economics and Business
Dr. Nguyen Dinh Trong, Chairman and General Director of T-TECH Vietnam Group
Mr. Nguyen Hong Phong, General Director of Tien Nong Agriculture Industry Joint Stock Company
Participants in discussion section
Dr. Duong Thi Thu and Dr. Nguyen Dinh Trong award certificates of completion of the course to trainees.
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