The Workshop on Effective Presentation and Communication Skills opens today (21 Jun) at Mekong Institute, Khon Kaen, Thailand. The 5-day program is organized for trainers, facilitators and regional managers from Cambodia and Laos who are involved in Regional Management Programme, a capacity building initiative of InWEnt in the Mekong Countries. Through this workshop, participants are expected to gain knowledge and skills in effective facilitation, communication and presentation necessary for successful project implementation, and in promoting regional management approach in rural development.
There are 23 participants from Cambodia and Laos and 9 MI staff participating in this workshop. Guided by a team of experts with extensive knowledge and experiences in management training and coaching, participants will learn to design, plan, coordinate and facilitate capacity building programs, and able to demonstrate key collaborative problem solving skills and attitudes by the end of the training.
In the opening ceremony, Dr. Suchat Katima, MI Director encouraged participants to learn from each other and explore the art of master facilitation. He remarked that facilitation skills will become the core competency in the 21st century, and participants’ organizations will have tremendous benefits from this workshop.