Facilities Infrastructure, Maintenance and Management (FIMM)Training Introduction The ultimate purpose of infrastructure maintenance and management is to sustain the life of major organization facilities. It involves among other things, maintaining infrastructure at a costs. This is a prudent investment which saves significantly in the medium to long term and promotes both the economic and human capital development. Any organization […]
Supervision is an extremely vital part of a workplace that intends to maximize its success potential. It naturally follows, then, that poor supervision in a workplace is among the primary obstacles to achieving potential successes by a business. After all, employees, no matter their task, must have the proper instruction and training to ensure that they are doing their jobs correctly, and with minimal risk of error or injury.
After the initial training has been completed, supervision remains necessary for continuing skill and knowledge development among employees. It is for this reason that many businesses today refer to their supervisors as coaches.
Our multicultural values live and breathe in our organization and in our work with
nonprofit leaders, nonprofit organizations and the nonprofit field as a whole. Our work
is and rooted in and strengthened by ever-expanding community knowledge of and
relationships to diverse communities. Our programs are responsive to diverse ways of
learning and meet people where they are. We partner with others to promote collective
learning and to build the capacity of nonprofits as agents of multicultural
responsiveness and equity.
This is the essence of this training