Eight tech Consults and precious Beauty and Vocational College had a capacity building training for its staff following a series of training s to develop and strengthen the skills, instincts, abilities, processes and resources that organizations needs to survive, adapt, and thrive in the fast-changing world change ,the staff attitudes and behavior through raising awareness and understanding of their responsibilities. This training tackled three major concepts to aid staff in acquiring high uptake knowledge on proposal writing, report writing and system analysis and design.
This training was facilitated by Dr. Drake Mirembe Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Eight Consults Ltd and Director at Precious Beauty and Vocational College and participants of the training comprised of staff of Eight tech Consults and Precious Beauty and Vocational College whom included Mr. Tumusiime Robert the Technical Manager, Mr. Lwevuze Joseph the e-learning specialists, Ms. Winnie Adengero the Business Development Executive, Mr. Namanya and Mr. Byaruhanga Steven both software developers from Eight Tech and Ms. Evelyn Nabiryo an Administrator at Precious Beauty and Vocational College.
The main objective of the training was to develop the staffs’ business writing skills which will improve the team’s productivity and the quality of their work product. In addition, the training also focused on the following;
- Increase the efficiency in work processes leading to significant growth.
- Increase the capacity to adopt new technologies and methods.
- Increase innovation in project strategies and products service
- Enhance the staff motivation
- Building the team inter-work relationship.
After a successful training, we believe that there will be an improvement in business writing skills among the staff of Eight tech and Precious Beauty and Vocational College which will enable the increase in productivity and career development of staff at both organizations and hence growth.
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Each person crew member is an individual, yet they will pull together knowing that their similarities and goals are far more important than their differences. Their pride in their quest, their skill, their destination and even their journey they will tell with relish. They will listen to and learn from each other. They know they are not here through luck, but through skill and determination. They understand that any ship not taking full advantage of the winds will traipse and even perish. The backers know this too, they a lead by astute professional director who knows how to get the best from his or her team. This will be a director and a captain that on a long voyage is open to the new. They will be able to improvise and appoint. That team will by its nature be diverse. Its skills will be different yet complimentary. They will understand and even look upon their quest of different ways. When no one doubts the value of such diversity. It is what life is made of. We must act as coordinators to allow this diversity to happen to our own particular company/ business. The surprise is that we have avoided the situation for so long. Diversity is one way a company is going to sail the waters of the coming decades and probably for centuries ahead of it.
Diversity must be understood and embraced. It must become an intrinsic and ineradicable part of our philosophy. True success is given by Team work, Planning, Research, Innovativeness, Financial management, Sales and marketing, as these skills will illuminate diversity in a company and the remarkable thing is that such diversity is really far more than a matter of survival.
By : WIINNIE ADENGERO