Dear Sirs!
"Motel-Service Ltd" (the Douglas Hotel chain) in cooperation with the Department of Innovative Project Management of the State Academy of Professional Training and Development for Top Management and Investment Specialists (GOU DPO GASIS) holds the following seminars: 
 
 
"Corporate Governance in Private Companies"
"Techniques of Business Talks"
"Techniques of Political Negotiations"
"PR in Governmental Bodies"
"PR in companies / (private businesses)"
 
 
Prices for participation in the seminar:
1- day seminar: ( 8 hours)- 10, 694 Rubles/person
number of participants: — not less than 10 persons
The price includes: training, guideline material, 2 coffee breaks, lunch
 

"Municipal Administration"

Prices for participation in the seminar:
seminar: (100 hours)-38, 346 Rubles/person (daytime) / 44, 025 Rubles/person (evening)
seminar: (72 hours)-28, 932 Rubles/person (daytime) / 33, 426 Rubles/person (evening)
number of participants: not less than 15 persons
The price includes: training, guideline material, 2 coffee breaks, lunch.
"Management Team Development"
Prices for participation in the seminar:
participation in one module — 500 USD/person
participation in two modules — 850 USD/person
participation in the whole training — 1,000 USD/person
number of participants — (not less than 10 persons)
The price includes: training, guideline material, 2 coffee breaks, lunch
AT THE END OF THE TRAINING THE PARTICIPANTS ARE GIVEN:
— CERTIFICATE OF SPECIFIED STANDARD TESTIFYING THE ATTENDANCE OF ONE OF THE PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS
— SET OF GUIDELINE MATERIAL
 
THE TRAININGS ARE HELD AT THE DOUGLAS HOTEL
(district Naro-Fominsky, 85th km, highway Kiev)
If you want to make an order, please apply to our sales department: 
 
Tel: (494) 952-53-51 (add 321, fax 312) 
Ms. Elena Haritonenko 
e-mail: EHaritonenko@douglas-hotel.ru
Mr. Sergey O. Karasev 
e-mail: Skarasev@douglas-hotel.ru
 

"CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN PRIVATE COMPANIES"

Target audience:
owners (shareholders) of businesses, top-managers (chairmen of boards of directors, directors), executives; business advisors, leading professionals of universities.
Seminar’s Program:
1.1. Basics of Corporate Governance
1.2. Corporate Governance in Western countries
1.3. Rights and responsibilities of shareholders, boards of directors and management
1.4. Boards of directors’ formation: elections and dismissals, directors’ responsibilities
1.5.Accountability of top management to shareholders and boards of directors
1.6. Preventing and settling conflicts between shareholders, boards of directors and management
1.7. Legal issues of corporate governance
2. Round table on the seminar’s subject
We can take into consideration real problems of corporate governance within your own company.
The seminar is conducted by: Professor of the Innovative Project Management Department of the State Academy of Professional Training and Development for Top Management and Investment Specialists (GOU DPO GASIS) O.V. Amurzhuev, PhD., management and marketing consultant, business and finance analyst, lecturer of one of the world leading business schools — Schulich School of Business (York University, Toronto, Canada).
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"Techniques of Business Talks"

Target audience:
directors, managers, PR specialists
Seminar’s Program:
1. Efficient and fruitful business talks
2. Modern techniques of talks: scopes of aggressive, flexible and rational talks
3. Strategy and tactics of talks; talks history case preparation
4. National style and International cross-cultural business talks
5. Round-table on the seminar’s subject
The seminar is conducted by: 
Dr. I.A. Vasilenko, professor of the Public Policy Department of Moscow State University named after M. Lomonosov, professor of the Diplomatic Academy at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of RF, public administration consultant, the author of over 100 scientific works on political science — among which there are textbooks for higher school such as: ‘Public and municipal administration’, ‘Public administration in Western countries’ etc.
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"Techniques of Political Negotiations"

Target audience:
directors and experts from governmental bodies
Seminar’s Program:
1. Efficient and fruitful political negotiations
2. Modern techniques of negotiations: scopes of aggressive, flexible and rational negotiations
3. Strategy and tactics of negotiations; negotiation history case preparation
4. National style and International cross-cultural political negotiation techniques
5. Round-table on the seminar’s subject
The seminar is conducted by: 
Dr. I.A. Vasilenko, professor of the Public Policy Department of Moscow State University named after M. Lomonosov, professor of the Diplomatic Academy at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of RF, public administration consultant, the author of over 100 scientific works on political science — among which there are textbooks for higher school such as: ‘Public and municipal administration’, ‘Public administration in Western countries’ etc.
 
 

"PR in Governmental Bodies"

Target audience:
directors and specialists of governmental bodies
Seminar’s Program:
1. PR’ objectives and tasks in governmental bodies
2. PR’ efficiency
3. Modern techniques of public relations
4. Major rules of efficient communication
5. Preventing and settling conflicts between public and governmental bodies
6. Round table on the seminar’s subject
The seminar is conducted by: 
Dr. I.A. Vasilenko, professor of the Public Policy Department of Moscow State University named after M. Lomonosov, professor of the Diplomatic Academy at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of RF, public administration consultant, the author of over 100 scientific works on political science — among which there are textbooks for higher school such as: ‘Public and municipal administration’, ‘Public administration in Western countries’ etc.
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"PR in Companies" (private businesses)

Target audience:
directors and specialists of businesses
Seminar’s Program:
1. PR’ objectives and tasks in companies; PR’ specialists
2. PR’ efficiency; PR’ specialists
3. Modern techniques of public relations
4. Major rules of efficient communication
5. Preventing and resolving conflicts between public and businesses
6. Round table on the seminar’s subject
The seminar is conducted by: 
Dr. I.A. Vasilenko, professor of the Public Policy Department of Moscow State University named after M. Lomonosov, professor of the Diplomatic Academy at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of RF, public administration consultant, the author of over 100 scientific works on political science — among which there are textbooks for higher school such as: ‘Public and municipal administration’, ‘Public administration in Western countries’ etc.
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"MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION"

Target audience:
specialists with higher and vocational education, directors, employees of federal and municipal bodies of the state administration
PROGRAM (100 hours):
Listeners stop work for the period of studies
8 academic hours a day
Number of days — 13
Period of studies — 2 weeks
6 academic hours a day
Number of days — 17
Period of studies — 3 weeks
Listeners don’t stop work for the period of studies:
4 academic hours a day (evening time)
Number of days — 25
Period of studies — 12 weeks (2 times a week)
4 academic hours (evening time)
Number of days — 25
Period of studies — 12 weeks (3 times a week)
 
PROGRAM: (72 hours)
Listeners stop work for the period of studies
8 academic hours a day
Number of days — 9
Period of studies — 1,5 — 2 weeks
6 academic hours a day
Number of days — 12
Period of studies — 2 weeks
Listeners don’t stop work for the period of studies:
4 academic hours a day (evening time)
Number of days — 18
Period of studies — 9 weeks (2 times a week)
4 academic hours a day (evening time)
Number of days — 18
Period of studies — 6 weeks (2 times a week)
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"TEAM BUILDING AND WORK GROUP DEVELOPMENT"

Target audience:
directors and specialists from companies
Training’s Program:
MODULE 1 (24 hours)
MANAGEMENT TEAM BUILDING
I. Optimal results through team development
TEAM’S DIFFERENCES FROM A GROUP OF SPECIALISTS
1.1 Team’s characteristics. Effectiveness triangle.
1.2 Team building stages: formation, orientation, stabilization, flourishing/ prosperity
1.3 Tasks of each stage development in organization, qualification and interaction.
1.4 Interpersonal communication.
1.5 Team competence model. Analysis and development.
FACTORS OF ACHIEVING DESIRABLE RESULTS
2.1 Clear and coordinated objectives’ formulation that meets the SMART requirements
2.2 Balanced Interests System. Individual BSI
2.3 Balanced Coefficients System. Team’s BSC
2.4 Matrix of influence and responsibility
2.5 Team work assessment
II. Team artifacts and effects
TEAM EFFECTS AND SYNDROMES
3.1 The Ringelmann Effect
3.2 The Apollo Syndrome
3.3 The Canadian Effect
3.4 "Apollo Double"
TEAM’S ROLE AND LEADERSHIP ARSENAL
4.1 Belbin’s team roles. Characteristics; methods of diagnostics
4.2 Team’s profile; conformity to objectives and tasks
4.3 Leadership and types of behavior
4.4 Leadership and types of behavior
5.4 Personal profile analysis by the "360 degrees" method
MYTHS AND REALITIES OF COMMUNICATION
5.1 Process model: components, channels, barriers
5.2 Conflict management
à) levels and stages of conflict progress
b) resolving strategies – strengths and weaknesses
5.3 Personal impact in a team
Personal impact in a team
Wrapping up
SUMMARY: MODULE 1
FEED BACK FORM
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MODULE 2
MANAGEMENT SKILLS IMPROVEMENT
I. Management styles
POWER SOURCE; DIFFERENT APPROACHES
1.1 Position and personality impact; different approaches.
1.2 Situational management models; characteristics of styles.
1.3 Case-testing — "Your style of management"
MANAGEMENT STYLE CONFORMITY TO THE EMPLOYEES’ MATURITY
2.1 Maturity stages of subordinates/employees.
2.2 Three methods of employee’s activity assessment.
2.3 Management styles according to the employee’s development stages.
II. Self — management
CAREER SELF-ASSESSMENT
3.1 Satisfaction and productivity balance
3.2 Strength and weaknesses’ analysis
3.3 Competence determination and assessment
TIME MANAGEMENT
4.1 The Eisenhower Principle: Immediate/Important: The ABS analysis
4.2 Time absorbers
4.3 Time planning by the ALPIN principle
4.4 Stress overcoming
III. Subordinates’ Development
EFFICIENCY INCREASE METHODS
5.1 Two approaches to development: comparative analysis
5.2 Models ‘GAP’ and ‘Tell, show, do’
5.3 Development plan of an individual
DEVELOPMENT THROUGH FEEDBACK
6.1 Feedback principles
6.2 Negative FB technique
6.3 Positive FB technique
Wrapping up
SUMMARY: MODULE 2
FEEDBACK FORM
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MODULE 3
TEAM MANAGEMENT STYLE
I. Analysis and decision making
SWOT ANALYSIS — AS A TOOL OF MANAGEMENT
1.1 SWOT Analysis
1.2 Internal Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses; External Analysis: Opportunities, Threats
1.3 Data registry for SWOT Analysis. Summary
PROBLEM SOLVING
2.1 Objective determination; necessary survey
2.2 Creative leap
2.3 Idea’s assessment and update
2.4 Defending your decision. 11 killers of creativity
II.Performance Management
EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT CONDITIONS
3.1 Particularities of managing object
3.2 Optimal status analysis of managing object
3.3 Tools (methods, ways, techniques)
REQUIREMENTS TO ACTIVITY OBJECTIVES AND STANDARDS
4.1 Model "Goal-Barriers — Success Factors"
4.2 Hierarchy, distance and goals’ conflicts
4.3 Position standards and conformity to expectations
4.4 Three types of results’ standardization
DELEGATION
5.1 Problems definition
5.2 Two concepts of delegation
5.3 Delegating optimum authority
CONTROL AND FEEDBACK TYPES
5.1 Functions, risks, control types
5.2 Control efficiency stages and characteristics
5.3 Feedback types; competence assessment of participants
Wrapping up
SUMMARY: MODULE 3
FEEDBACK FORM
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GOU DPO GASIS
FEDERAL EDUCATION AGENCY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
 
STATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION OF ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
 
"State Academy of Professional Training and investment specialists (GASIS) ‘INNOVATIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT’ DEPARTMENT".
(License A ¹ 161695 dated 09.11.04; State Accreditation 
Certificate 25-1951 )