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  1. 1. CBI Newsletter Reaching the NGO Community NationwideContents Volume 9, Issue 4 January, 2009Features Community Mobilization training forT a n n sf o C I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 riig rm B .............. World Vision MyanmarR s u c C n e H g l g t. . . . . . . . .8 eore etr ihih ........T a n n C l n e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 riig aedr ...............News Around CBITrainer Certification Programme on"Seeing System OrganizationWrso".....................2 okhp ....................CBI conducted Evaluation forConsortium of Dutch NGOs project inN aP d wt w s i . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 g ua onhp .............Project Proposal Writing Workshop ... 3 Micro-finance projectBrain storming Session on Peace and staff from WorldCnlc Ipc Aayi .......... 3 ofit mat nlss .......... Vso patsd iin rcieI G D r c o y2 0 r l a e . . . . . .3 NO ietr 08 eesd ..... community meeting eecs xrieFacilitator Foundation Workshop ....... 7 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••News Around NGOsCommunity C BI training team conducted Community Mobilization training for the Micro-finance project staff of World lann opruiy erig potnt. Being Micro-finance Project staff, they have received many trainings;N wC u t yR p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 e onr e .............. Vision Myanmar from 15 to 17 October, however, community developmentCBFS and CBI jointly organized 2008 in Yangon. t a n n w st ef r tt a n n f rf rt e . riig a h is riig o o hmL v l h o S i l t a n n . . . . . . . . .3 ieiod kls riig ........ The purpose of this training is to All participants had good knowledge andCBI- LRC Joint Training Initiative....4 provide the participants with the p a t c le p r e c i r l t o t rcia xeine n eain oYouth network and Local Resource knowledge and skill on the concepts and community and therefore the tools and theCnr ........................ ete ....................... 5 approaches of the basic community methods which they learnt from thisF r tP r o i R v e r l a e . . . . .5 is eidc eiw eesd .... mobilization in the context of community training could be a good help forNw i Bif..................5 es n re ................. participation and development with the implementing their projects effectively.•••• Contact CBI Our Vision CBI is the leading organisation providing quality training, consulting andNo.4, Kanbawza Yeik Thar Road, facilitation services to Myanmar nationals and organisations working in theShwe Taung Gyarr Ward 1, social development sector.Bahan Township, Yangon, 11201.Tel : 537888, 538473Fax: 537888 Our MissionHot Line: 09 5197338 CBIs mission is to enhance the skills and competencies of national staff ofEmail: NGOs in Myanmar in order to better serve the development of communities. To achieve this goal, we will become a center of excellence, providing quality services and facilitating communication among the NGO community andWebsite: c n e n di d v d a s ocre niiul. Limited for the internal circulation only.
  2. 2. News Updates from CBITrainer Certification Programme on "Seeing System OrganizationWorkshop" e c s c i nf rc a i y t ah eto o lrt, o understand the accompanying logistics, and to work onC BI and World Concern j i t yo g n z da onl raieT a n rC r i i a i n rie etfcto communicating with p r i i a t .P e e t t o s atcpns rsnainProgramme on "Seeing focused on structure which actSystem-Organization a av h c et e p o e e i i s eil o xlr, lctWorkshop" at CBI from 24th questions, and master theto 28th November. All workshop.tgte 1 priiat jie oehr 1 atcpns ondthe training. They are seven T el s d y h at a,from World Concern, three participants worked outfrom CBI and one form dealing with anything leftOxfam. Dr. Anne Litwin from undone, reviewing designPower + System Inc from variations, and focusing onUSA conducted the l g s i s F n l yt e oitc. ial hyprogramme. Prior to the Dr. Anne Litwin (Power + System Inc) and participants prepared the draft plan toCertification Programme, organize Seeing Systemparticipants had attended two- Anne discussed different how can apply to culture, the Organization Workshopday Seeing System motivations and visions for thinking behind the workshop, among NGOs.Organization Workshop. The doing this work with the and more.purpose of the Certification p r i i a t ,a dc e t da atcpns n rae The rest of the weekProgramme is for participants climate for productive and focused on presenting piecesto learn and practice in order enjoyable work for the week. of the program, preceded andto conduct the Seeing System- I a d t o ,p r i i a t n diin atcpns followed by discussions of theOrganization Workshop by worked together as a group to material. Each participantthemselves. read through the Trainers prepared and presented the On the first day of Manual and brainstormed sections and followed bythe Certification programme, about out what things mean, discussion in order to examineCBI conducted Evaluation for Consortium of Dutch NGOs (CDN) the evaluation in 8 villages Therefore CDN which received the relief asked CBI to conduct an items from CDN. It was the eveluation to get the answers first experience for CBI to objectively from the villagers. conduct such kind of CBI submitted the evaluation evaluation for an international report to CDN in early NGO. November 2008. CDN with an CBI conducted an Nargis affected people in intention to continue withevaluation upon the request Labutta township from 23 to more shipments to the Deltaof CDN on its provision of 26 October. CBI team would like to learn from itsRelief goods to the Cyclone consists of 4 staff conducted f r tt r es i m n s is he hpet.New Representatives of International NGOs○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○New Rep: Former Rep: OrganisationMr. Rene Martin van dar Mr. Monty Crisp World Concern Myanmar○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○MeijdenMs. Khin Thein Htwe Ms. Kyu Kyu Khin WRTC○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○Mr. Paul Whittingham Dr. Rurik Marsden DFID (Department for○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ International Development)Ms. Ingeborg Moa Ms. Jannicke Storm NPA (Norwegian Peoples Aid)○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○Dr. Jean Louis Mosser (OIC) Ms. Birke Herzbruch Mlee Itrainl atsr nentoa○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Page 2Page 2 CBI Newsletter January 2009 For further information please visit announcements
  3. 3. News Updates from CBIProject Proposal Writing Workshop customized workshop for INGO Directory a p i a to g n z t o s plcn raiain. Twenty three participants, 2008 Edition was most of them are senior rlae eesd p o e ts a fi t e r rjc tf n hi organizations attended the workshop. The purpose of the workshop was to improve the capacity of writing proposal f rt es o t l s e o h hr-itd organizations, which applied for 3D Fund to implement t e ri t n e p o e t i t e r hi nedd rjcs n hi aes ra. A lp r i i a t l atcpns CBI Project Manager giving an introductory remark at the training evaluated that the workshop CBI training team workshop was opened by the was very useful and helpfulconducted the Project introduction of U Ngwe for them. CBI team is veryProposal Writing Workshop Thein, CBI Project Manager. satisfied with this work andfor organisations who are Dr. Khin Su Su Hlaing, M&E grateful to UNOPS-3DF forwriting and submitting Officer-UNOPS-3DF greeted giving a chance to CBI CBI was quite happyproposals to UNOPS-3DF the participants and explained training team to conduct this to release INGO Directory forfrom 11 to 16th November about the workshop. workshop. 2008 in December, 2008.2008 at Micasa. The It was a five-day F i d i hE e tS i t n , rerc br tfug German NGO, providedLivelihood ToT Training Brain storming Session on Peace required fund for this work and CBI manage databy CBI and CBFS CBI has implemented and Conflict Impact Analysis collection, overall design and l y u ,p i t n a dd l v r . aot rnig n eieytrainings for local NGOs in CBI produced Directory forcollaboration with LRC for both International andNargis affected areas of National NGOs since 2005.Irrawaddy Division. CBIs Since it was producedmission is to enhance the i t ep s - a g se a t e n h otNri r, hskills and competences of d r c o yi c u e s e i l ietr nlds pcan t o a s a ft b t e s r e ainl tf o etr ev section on Agencies’ Nargisthe development of response activities. Wecommunities. welcome your feedback or ABC agricultural comment on the Directory. Wetraining group was requested also invite INGOs which areto conduct Livelihood training n ti t ed r c o yy t a d o n h ietr e, nin Home Gardening, want to be so.Integrated Soil Management, Extra copies of theIntegrated Pest Management In collaboration with views and experience, with the FES (Friedrich Ebert h l o f c l t t r ,a d ep f aiiaos n directory are available uponand Animal Husbandry at request for NGOs andYangon YMCA training hall Stiftung), German p o e t df r u et e d f r rjce utr rns o International NGO working more active and effective development organisations.from 1 to 5 December 2008with the collaboration of CBI t w r sc l u a a dp l t c l oad utrl n oiia coordination among variousand the Capacity Building for development in more than 60 stakeholders in order toFood Security (CBFS project). countries, CBI organised and maintain and develop the level Welcome CBI NewThis training was funded by c-aiiae hl-a ofclttd afdy of trust among groups withCBFS and planning and “Braining storming Session on different background and Saf tf!organised and managed by Peace and Conflict Impact d f e e ti t r s s ifrn neet.CBI. Twenty seven people, Analysis” on 21st October CBI training team Daw May Yadanar Pyae 2008. About twenty t o ar l a c - a i i a o ok oe s ofclttrw ow l b f c l t t ra t r a d , h il e a i i a o f e w r s Phyo Hein joined CBIatvl priiae i 5dy ciey atcptd n -a participants from more than tgte wt cnlc oehr ih ofit 10 local and international management specialist from team as an Assistantt a n n .T e g tt eo p r u i y riig hy e h potntto observed farms and husbantry NGOs attended the workshop. FES. Information Mingaladon township after Representatives fromt et a n n f rh l ad y h riig o af a. NGOs discussed and shared CBI Newsletter January 2009 Page 3
  4. 4. News Around CBITeam building, Leadership and Report Writing Training for AZG- Sittwayand Maung Daw c h s v r p r sr l t dt oeie eot eae o t e rw r . hi ok From 15th to 23rd T ec a a t r s i so h hrceitc fDecember 2008, CBI training an effective team, teamteam conducted (2) communication, leadershipcustomized trainings on team sye ta laesi sil tl, em edrhp klsbuilding, Leadership and and essential components ofReport Writing in Sittway and effective report writing wereMaung Daw for AZG-Rakhine dsusd icse.Poet rjc. At the end of the I S t w ,a t g t e n ite loehr t a n n ,a lp r i i a t w r riig l atcpns ee19 participants and in Maung confident to build their teamDaw, 20 participants attended effectively. They can alsot et a n n .P r i i a t a e h riig atcpns r learn how to lead their teamnot only form AZG, but also with appropriate manners. Infrom ACF and Malteser understanding of the aspect of organizations. Moreover, to addition, they had a goodItrainl nentoa. team building and leadership equip the participants with opportunity to learn some The objective of the by the participants to enable knowledge, methods and skills skills and methods to writetraining was to have clear them apply in their own for writing clear, concise and e f c i er p r s fetv eot.CBI- LRC Joint Training Initiative • Report Writing Training in CBI•• Capacity Building Programmes at LRC Seven 3-day trainings Mobilization were alsowere successfully organized conducted by externalby LRC capacity building resources at LRC. Hundredprogramme from Oct to Dec and ten participants from 502008 at Local Resource Local NGOs and localCentre, Yangon training room. development organizationsOne outside facilitator was atvl priiae i te ciey atcptd n hrequested to conduct the trainings. 41are male and 69Financial Management are female. LRC trainings willmodular trainings. be continued with some skill Community a dt c n c lt a n n s n ehia riigFacilitation and Report throughout the year 2009.Writing trainings were Trainings on Team Building,organized by CBI Training Monitoring & Evaluation andTeam, Project Cycle Laesi wl b fclttd edrhp il e aiiae CBI training team r p r i gs r c u eb ta s f r eotn tutr u lo oManagement and Social in January 2009 at LRC. conducted Report Writing e f c i ew i i gs y e A l fetv rtn tl. l• Community Facilitation - LRC training from 13-15 November, 2008. The purpose participants can learn how to organize ideas and analyze w r e ,f c l t t o s i li okr aiiain kl s essential in implementing the o t et a n n i t e u pt e f h riig s o qi h data to plan a report by using community development participants with knowledge, Mind Mapping tool. poet efciey rjcs fetvl. methods and skills for writing All participants have Training provides the clear concise and cohesive a good opportunity to write a priiat wt te atcpns ih h r p r sr l t dt t e rw r . eot eae o hi ok group report with a sample knowledge and skill on the Altogether twenty case as well as individual basic community facilitation f v p r i i a t -n n ie atcpns ie report with their own case CBI training team in community development priiat fo Itrainl atcpns rm nentoa within 3-day training. Dailyconducted "Community programs. NGOs and sixteen participants f e b c i d c t st a edak niae htF c l t t o t a n n "a L c l aiiain riig t oa The training objective from local NGOs - attended participants were extremelyResource Center (LRC) on 29 was achieved to some extent the training. Most of them s t s i dw t a la p c so t e aife ih l set f h- 31 October, 2008 in Yangon. because of a kind financial have some experience in course and training Training was support from Local Resource writing reports but a few have methodology and found it metdesigned especially for Center (LRC), technical l t l e p r e c .T i t a n n ite xeine hs riig their objectives and was usefulcommunity facilitators. support from CBI and active is not only guidance for a to apply for their work. Being a development p r i i a i no a lp r i i a t . atcpto f l atcpnsPage 4 CBI Newsletter January 2009
  5. 5. News Around NGO Community News In Brief•TCG and Nargis Response News ••• Oxfam New Office Oxfam will move to new office at No. 16, WestPost Nargis Periodic Review was released Shwe Gone Dine 4th Street, West Shwe Gone Dine Qtr., communities in the Bahan in February, 2009. New phone numbers are 526934, Ayeyarwady and Yangon 378398, 375392. Email: divisions produced a holistic overview of community development across the ••• New Humanity FOCSIV New Address afce aes I sre a a fetd ra. t evs s NHF moves to new address, 703, Shwe Than Lwin credible source of information Condo, New University Avenue, Bahan Township, Yangon. t i e t f p i r t a e sf r o dniy roiy ra o Phone/Fax: 556 817 Email: resource allocation and long- term recovery programming a dt f c l t t s r t g c n o aiiae taei ••• GRET New Office decision making to continue No. 47/C, Komin Kochin Road, Bahan Township, support for the affected Near Shwe Gone Dine Junction, Yangon. pplto. ouain Phone/Fax: 540975 / 546259. Email: The Tripartite Core Under the umbrella Group will undertake theof the Tripartite Core Group, Periodic Review II and III in ••• Swan Yee Development Foundation Operatingt ef r tr p r o t eP r o i h is eot f h eidc March and July, 2009 Ofc fieReview, which identified respectively to document the Room No (A-8), Bld No (138-B1), New Universityhumanitarian needs and early progress made towardsrecovery requirements at meeting the needs of the Avenue Road, Bahan Township, Yangon.household level through the cyclone affected people. Tel: 541854. Email : swanyee2006@gmail.comtimely monitoring of The report iscommunity-focused a a l b eo l n a h t : / vial nie t tp/indicators, was completed on ••• Thingaha New OfficeDecember 19, 2008. The a dh t : / a g n u i . r . n tp/yno.ncog Thingaha Gender Working Group moved to newPeriodic Reviews analysis of Hard copies of the office at Building (A), Room (2/1) Anawyahta Housingthe data collected between 29 report can be picked up at Estate, Hledan Junction Kamaryut Township, Yangon.October 2008 and 19 MIMU or ASEAN office at Office Ph: 704126, 526517, Director Ph: 095017496November 2008 from 2,376 Chatrium Hotel, 40 Natmaukhouseholds in 108 Road, Tamwe Tsp,Yangon. ••• Retana Metta new clinic•Local NGOs Initiative Rettana Metta clinic moves from Shin Thar ManayYouth network and Local Resource Centre Bhiman to Shwe Kyin Dhamaryoung, Southern Entrance Shwedagon Pagoda, ph: 241830. In an attempt to build technical and organizationalon the enthusiasm of the c p c t o l c lc v ls c e y aaiy f oa ii oitnumerous youth led initiatives groups ••• BAJ office movethat have responded to Nargis, To develop Bridge Asia Japan moved to the following addressLocal Resource Centre linkages between local youthfacilitated a Youth Forum focused civil society groups below. Started from 12-Jan-2009.twice to create a space for and donor agencies and assist No.4, San Yeik Nyan -5 Street, Kamayut Township.young people to be able to l c lc v ls c e yg o p oa ii oit rus Tel: 505081, 701856, Fax: 505081exchange their knowledge and acs t Itrainl ces o nentoa Email:, share the Funding sourceschallenges they are facing, and The third forum willpromote linkages with more be coming soon and if any of ••• Metta Development Foundation adds newestablished Myanmar NGOs. youth led organizations would Recommendations like to join the forum, please phone linefrom the Youth Forum contact Ma Aye Myat Thu or Metta adds new direct phone line 5522266, whileicue: nldd Ma Nang Nechi Minn at the the former numbers remain the same. To encourage the Local Resource Centre, No.newly formed local civil 224(A), 3rd Floor, Salomonsociety groups to continue Business Centre, U Wisara ••• Alliance adds new phone linesparticipating in longer term Road, Yangon. Phone: 536 International HIV/AIDS Alliance adds new linesdevelopment work 428. email: 524100, 539171, 504012 and for fax use 524100, 539171 To build up the & 504012 (Ext: 223). CBI Newsletter January 2009 Page 5
  6. 6. Trainings from CBIProject Cycle Management Training at Phaung Daw Oo of the training were: by the demonstration, groups output e do t et a n n , n f h riig p e e t t o ,i d v d a rsnain niiul participants would be able to exercise, conceptual game and " understand clearly the stages eegzr nrie. of project cycle management" The participants " apply knowledge and assessed the training as a very experience gained from the useful and applicable one. All t a n n t t e rp a t c l riig o hi rcia priiat atvl ivle atcpns ciey novd fed" ils throughout the training and " approach and deal with the they were very satisfied with communities in appropriate the achievement of the way" t a n n o j c i e a dt e r riig betvs n hi expectations as well as the Tanr apid ries ple outputs produced. epreta lann cce xeinil erig yl (ELC) through participatory learning and created a safe CBI training team Altogether 36 s a ef ra lp r i i a t . pc o l atcpnsconducted the Project Cycle priiat atne te atcpns tedd h Training methods includedManagement training for training. Some are senior role play, large groupPhaung Daw Oo staff on 24th project staff of Phaung Daw discussion, brainstorming,-26th December 2008 in Oo and others are junior small group work, fish bowl,Mandalay. It was a three-day p o e ts a fa dt a n r . rjc tf n ries PowerPoint presentation,customized training. Learning objectivesCommunity Mobilization and Facilitation Training for WHH at Bogalay a dw y t f c l t t i t e n as o aiiae n h community decision making community to apply in poes rcs. development projects. I t i t a n n ,C I n hs riig B t a n r e p a n da o tt e ries xlie bu h Voice of Participants importance of trust in I i v r p e s n f ro rs a f t s ey laat o u tf. community development, community leadership and .... We have new idea, new team behavior, community experience, and new kind of participation, development itliec.. nelgne. and mobilization. Community communication, meeting and ... All NGO developers should decision making were also atn ti kn o tann.. ted hs id f riig. d s u s d A t ra l t e icse. fe l, h participants discussed and ... I like "Six Thinking Hats" p a t c dt ef c l t t o s i l rcie h aiiain kls most because it balance all ( i t n n ,q e t o i g lseig usinn, ideas and very useful in our CBI training team community development probing and feedback) and community meetings...conducted the community facilitators (CDF), hygienemobilization and community promoters, agronomists, fcltto mtos aiiain ehd (workshoping, world café, role ... I like the games very muchfcltto tann fr aiiain riig o f r s e ,h g e ec o d n t r , oetr yin oriaos play and open space). since they were used to observeWelthungerhilfe project staff field agent and volunteers. From this training, what we are suppose Bogalay from 27 to 31 Male and female equallyOctober 2008. It was a five shared the total number of t ep r i i a t g i e t e h atcpns and hdays customized training. priiat. atcpns knowledge and confidence to Altogether 22 The purpose of the build their team and findpriiat atne te atcpns tedd h training was for the WHH appropriate ways to lead theirtraining. 19 of them are from p o e ts a ft h v a rjc tf o ae team. They also have practicalWHH, two from NCV and one comprehensive knowledge of knowledge to apply in theirfrom GRET. They are the community mobilization community facilitation andPage 6 CBI Newsletter January 2009 For further information please visit
  7. 7. Services from CBIFacilitator Foundation Workshop a great chance to learn and patc ueu fcltto rcie sfl aiiain t o s A t re c p a t c , ol. fe ah rcie fclttr poie vlal aiiaos rvdd aube suggestions and also gave feedback to participants. CBI team not only learnt ••••• f c l t t o t o sb ta s a a t aiiain ol u lo n r Mr. Prabu K of being creative from the Naidu, Ms. workshop. This workshop has Janice Lua from IAF and opened the eyes of participants priiat o atcpns f to set up a network of the workshop in facilitators in Myanmar. CBI training room ••••• Foundational This workshop was o Fclttr (A) f aiiaos IFFacilitation Workshop (FFW) financially supported by Singapore. 16 participants,An exciting opportunity for FidihEetSitn rerc-br-tfug including 5 trainers from CBICBI and some local NGO (FES) and facilitated by two and 11 from Local NGOs,trainers was provided through c r i i dp o e s o a etfe rfsinl attended the three-daya Foundational Facilitation f c l t t r ,M .P a uK aiiaos r rb workshop and activelyWorkshop (FFW) from 28 to Naidu and Ms. Janice Lua participated. During the30 December 2008 at CBI. from International Association workshop all participants hadFacilitation, Leadership and Team Building Training Merlin (Kalay) 8 to11 December 2008 the strength of team and ways t u i i ed v r i yo o tlz iest f behaviours in a co-ordinated manner. " A compreheisice knowledge of leadership and competencies of a leader "Ac e rp c u eo f c l t t o la itr f aiiain methods and ways to produce atatv dsg i fcltio trcie ein n aiiatn Training team e e c s dt ep r i i a o y xrie h atcptr learning in training. Diagrams, pictures and photos were used f rt ep r i i a t t o h atcpns o understand more and From 8 to 11December 2008, CBI training Priiat si ta.. atcpns ad ht. vsaie Priiat cud iulz. atcpns ol “ h yc u dr f e t e rr g l ra t v t e d r n t a n n . ” Te ol elt hi eua ciiis uig riig. apply their learning points andteam conducted the integrated “It is better to have a more time in next training..” sil i patc ssin o kls n rcie esos fcustomized training composed “They could learn by playing games..” t et a n n . h riigof Facilitation, Leadership andTeam Building at Kalay, “They got new facilitation methods from training..”Sagaing Division for Merlin “Problem solving and decision making methods ares a f A lt g t e 4 tf. l oehr 1 apial.” plcbe.participants from fourtownships attended the four dy tann. as riig achieve the following. The training aimed to " A proper understanding of CBI Newsletter January 2009 Page 7
  8. 8. Features CBI Resource Center HighlightLeadership Passages everywhere in life, not only in resources of Novartis. t eo g n s t o l f . h raiain ie In this book, diverse workwritten by David Dotlich, James L.Noel, Norman Walker Authors provided experiences, career and work Passages here are p a i a t o sa dt c n c t rtcl ol n ehis o d v r i y d v r el f iest, ies iecrossroadswhere leaders deal with such passages in e p r e c s a dd f i u tl f xeine, n ifcl ieexperience very difficult time y u c r e a da s i l f . or aer n lo n ie experiences these 4 topics arein their career. However, there David L. Dotlich is former mostly discussed.are two wayouts, either executive vice president of Ram Charan, coauthor,pstv o ngtv. oiie r eaie Honeywell International, (Execution: The Discipline ofSometimes ordinary people James L. Noel, principal of Getting Things done)become great leaders after CDR International, is the recommended that," If yousuccessfully stepping over former director of executive want to succeed and havethese passages. Sometimes, education for General inner peace at the same time,the leadership simply ended, Eeti Coovle lcrcs rtnil. then this book is for you."b a u ec r e tl a e f i i ecs urn edr al n Norman Walker, until recentlyt et s .P s a e a e h et asgs r worldwide head of human••••••Training Calendar for Februaryary to June 2009 •• For further detail please contact Ko Zaw Moe Aung, Training Administrator, at 537888,538473 or 8 CBI Newsletter January 2009 For further information please visit