Centre for Capacity Building (CECAB) has organized a training program on Improving Work Relationships and Work Culture, for the managers of financial institutions. The one-day program was held in Hotel Pacific Pvt. Ltd Kathmandu on 11 September 2017 (26 Bhadra 2074) consisting of sixteen participants from different financial institutions of Nepal namely as: Nepal Credit and Commerce Bank, Machhapuchre Bank Ltd., Shangrila Development Bank, Dev Bikash Bank, and Goodwill Finance Limited were participated in the training program.
The three-fold objectives of the training program were: i. to develop conceptual understandings about work relationships and work culture in organization for individual and organizational growth; ii. to impart knowledge and skills in assessing and analyzing the current status of work relationships of the participants and work culture of their respective workplace; and iii. to help in developing strategies for improving better work relationships with superior and subordinate and functional work for enhancing work efficiency and career success of the trainees.
The training as such was issue-based and contextual relating to individual and organizational development context. It was designed to make learner-led and practical with a view to solve individual as well as organizational problems. A heterogeneous learning group of the trainees was one of the distinct features of the training program which was consciously adopted simplistic approach and output oriented mechanism so that participants would be able to change their working behavior for better results.
The coverage of the program was mainly as: i. Conceptual Understandings about Work Relationships and Work Culture; ii. Identification of Work Relationships Status and Analysis; and iii. Strategy Development for Better Work Relationships and Work Culture
Nevertheless, the group presentations of participants relating to the work relationships and work culture of different trainees-based financial institutions were found effective to address organizational problems and solutions per se. At the end of the training, certificates of participation were awarded to the participants who expressed that that the program as such helped them to impart useful knowledge and skills in work relationships and work culture. Also, Dr. Shankar P. Rajbhandari, Program Director and the key resource person of the program duly advised to the trainees for becoming proactive on application part of the learning inputs of the training.