PACE Institute of Management

PACE Custom Programs / In-house Training Programs provide tailored training for local and foreign-owned companies in public and private sectors to build a more effective workforce. PACE programs aim to improve competence in the modern working environment by enhancing the capacity and dedication of each employee and the efficiency of the company’s inter-departmental cooperation and coordination. These training programs are customized to meet the specific needs of the corporate clients who seek our services.


Part I. Portrait of a successful presenter in a presentation session or meeting

  • Identifying factors affecting the success of a presentation or meeting
  • Impact of the presentation/meeting to the participants
  • Psychology and emotion of the participants
  • Behavioral impacts after the presentation/meeting
  • Identifying characteristics and skills of an effective presenter
  • Characteristics and skills needed
  • Tools, techniques and methods to develop the skills

Part II. Preparation, the most important stage

Analyzing the environment and deciding factors

  • Learning about participants – importance and necessity
  • Various ways to approach and  present – success in hand

Developing the outline and content of the presentation

  • End goals to be achieved and criteria to be defined
  • Material collection and selection methods
  • Presentation content and effective presentation methods

Part III. Effective presentation and essential techniques

Methods to overcome one’s obstacles

  • Techniques in conquering fear
  • Techniques in setting an appropriate state of mind
  • Importance of real experiences

Monitoring the environment

  • Anticipating  potential risks
  • Establish backup plans and risk  prevention
  • Techniques in creating a friendly atmosphere in the beginning
  • Techniques in monitoring and engaging participants into set goals
  • Techniques in receiving verbal and non-verbal information and giving feedback

Methods of solving arisen problems

Introduction to some problem-solving methods in  meetings

  • Brain storming techniques
  • PDCA approaches

Part IV. Noteworthy factors

  • Appearance and nonverbal communication (attire, body language, gestures, state of mind, attitudes, and so on)
  • Communication and effective usage of language
  • Serious mistakes to be avoided
  • Factors creating momentum and impact which need to be promoted
THINKING METHODS & PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS 20/03/2019 Monday - Wednesday - Friday
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS 04/03/2019 Monday - Wednesday - Friday
PRESENTATION & MEETING SKILLS 06/04/2019 Saturday - Sunday
MOTIVATION SKILLS 17/03/2019 Sunday
MMM - MANAGEMENT FOR MIDDLE MANAGERS 02/03/2019 Saturday - Sunday
MMM - MANAGEMENT FOR MIDDLE MANAGERS 19/03/2019 Tuesday - Thursday - Saturday
TEAMWORK SPIRIT 17/03/2019 Sunday
INTERVIEWING SKILLS 01/04/2019 Monday - Wednesday - Friday
SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATION 05/03/2019 Tuesday - Thursday
CUSTOMER CARE AND CUSTOMER SERVICE 12/03/2019 Tuesday - Thursday
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ANALYSIS 06/03/2019 Monday - Wednesday - Friday
EFFECTIVE TRAINING & COACHING SKILLS 13/03/2019 Monday - Wednesday - Friday
TAXATION KNOWLEDGE FOR LEADERS 25/03/2019 Monday - Wednesday - Friday
PROFESSIONAL SELLING SKILLS 04/03/2019 Monday - Wednesday - Friday
MANAGING PEOPLE 20/04/2019 Saturday - Sunday
ACCOUNTING FOR LEADERS 15/03/2019 Friday - Saturday - Sunday
SALES SUPERVISOR 30/03/2019 Saturday - Sunday
CPO - CHIEF PRODUCTION OFFICER 05/03/2019 Tuesday - Thursday