Zimbabwe Institute of Diplomacy is neither a governmental institution nor a Non-Governmental institution. It is a School of Diplomacy and Research.
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EVENT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
This module is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to develop practical Event Management skills. These are the skills that the event management profession had identified as being essential for anyone working in or planning to work in the sector, it covers areas such as management planning, the role of event manager, event planning documentation, coordinating events, event logistics management, marketing event principles, event budget planning, event legal and risk management, corporate event management and organizing conference etc.
STRESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING
This course is designed for anyone encountering pressure in the working environment and who would like to feel better equipped to handle it, learn how to stand up to stress and how to use it as an opportunity for personal growth and personal development and not as a threat.
This important course helps to build the skills you need to deal with challenging people and situation in the work place, you will discover techniques and strategies to achieve this through group discussion and interactive exercise. After completing this course you will understand others better. You will feel more confident in dealing with people and situations at work .It will improve your relationships and achieve win- win situation.
This course aims to familiarize participants with the basic nations and concepts of Conference Diplomacy. It is designed to provide participant with an overview of the underlying dynamics, processes and system at work, particularly in the context of various conferences and negotiations. Participants will have a fuller understanding of the complexity of multilateral conferences and their interacting elements and be able to integrate more readily into multilateral conferences processes
ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
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