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Soft skills

Company Instructive Program

In October 2015, in collaboration with the University of Lillebaelt, The Color Club implemented a pilot program of leadership skills training in our offices In Ho Chi Minh City. The purpose of the training was to enhance the soft skills of key employees so that senior managers would be able to dedicate more of their time to strategic issues. Experts from the University of Lillebaelt came to our offices and provided training that focused upon providing an understanding of the importance of learning as a management tool, effective training methods, team building, communication, conflict management and planning and evaluation. The training proved to be both popular and successful with our staff and the program will continue throughout 2016.

Expatriates and Local trainers

Implemented in December 2015, our expats and local trainers initiative offers key personnel from our Ho Chi Minh City office the opportunity to travel and enhance their skills at our offices in Copenhagen where they receive expert training from, among others, our CEO Martin Moos. The point of the program is to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and skills from our Danish staff to our staff in Ho Chi Minh City, to standardize skill sets across our organization and to foster a greater sense of understanding and appreciation among all of our staff To kick off the program, Miss Ha, a supervisor, was sent to Copenhagen to receive enhanced training, before returning to Ho Chi Minh city to train staff and share her experiences.