This course empowers participants to become effective leaders and managers in the international development context. International development work involves multi-stakeholder cooperation and delivery in challenging environments. We designed this course to target governments from developing countries as well as practitioners in the international development community. The course tailors leadership and management training as it pertains to the public service sector and public sector reform. The skill set that needs to be developed includes leadership and decision-making, organizational management, human capital development, navigating through political waters, and effective communications. The case studies are designed to address key issues in international development.
The seminar will be delivered through 5 live on-Line sessions via Zoom videoconferencing platform. Each session will last approximately 3.5 hours and will start at 7:00am Washington DC time (Eastern Standard Time). We expect the class to be highly interactive and will include presentations, case studies and exercises.
Leading Teams and Organizations
Developing personal leadership competencies: self awareness; courage; vision; strategic and analytical thinking; learning agility; decisiveness; energy; results driven; credibility; influence; communication
Planning for and achieving team and organizational results
Building and maintaining relationships
Recognizing human potential and delegating appropriately
Handling risks, changes, complications and conflicts
Managing Teams and Organizations
Team and organizational management skills in respect to change, communication, conflict, constraint, crisis, decision, finances, human resources, information, operations, perception, performance, process, projects and programs, quality, resources, risk, skills, and strategy
Leadership and Management in International Development Work
Meeting donor and other key stakeholder requirements
Building strong relationships with strategic partners
Executing in challenging political environments
Working with limited resources
Institutionalizing open and participatory communication channels
Kim Phan is the Executive Director of the International Law Institute, where she oversees all of ILI’s practice areas. Ms. Phan also serves as the Project Director of all ILI projects with various donors and has worked on projects in over 30 countries. Prior to joining ILI, she worked at the U.S. Embassy in Manila/Office of the U.S. Commercial Liaison to the Asian Development Bank where she served as the United States – Asia Environmental Partnership Liaison to the Asian Development Bank. She has a Masters in the Study of Law from Northwestern University Law School and a B.A. from Allegheny College with a focus in Nuclear Warfare Strategy. She teaches a course at the University of California at Irvine Law School. Ms. Phan is the immediate past President of the Board of the Friends of the Law Library of Congress.
Fee informationTuition for this seminar is $2245. This tuition covers live instruction (3.5 hours a day, delivered online) and materials (presentations, and in some cases background documents, shared digitally). There are no additional costs associated with this seminar.
How to Register
Register at - http://ili.org/training/application.html