Showing posts from July, 2015

What makes an employee DEMOTIVATION at workplace?

As an employer, you have a certain amount of responsibility for the motivation and wellbeing of your workforce. For a team to function to the best of its ability, all members must be fully engaged and fully committed. It’s important to recognize that true engagement will mean different things to different people and to understand what really drives an individual’s motivation. It’s crucial to really listen and respond to your employees’ needs to ensure high levels of engagement throughout your company. Spotting the warning signs of demotivation early and addressing them quickly can help encourage employee contentment and talent retention. If you fear that one of your employees may be lacking in motivation, here are a few common causes that could be at the root of the issue. 1.  Lack of Career Vision In the majority of cases, money is merely one part of an employee’s motivation. Most people want to have clear career objectives in place to feel that there’s progression

MoU Signing Ceremony


MoU Signing Ceremony between NTC Group and IPC Tertiary Institute, NZ Date: July 20, 2015

The CEO ’s Speech for MoU Signing Ceremony between NTC Group and IPC Tertiary Institute, NZ Date: July 20, 2015 at 9:50 am -   Mr. Khiet Vo, Marketing Director of IPC, New Zealand -   Ms. Nghi Tran, IPC Regional Representative based in Ho Chi Min city -   The Management Team of NTC Group Today I am absolutely delighted and honored to be here with you on this occasion to sign the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Educational Cooperation between NTC Group and IPC Tertiary Institute, New Zealand. NTC Group, which consists of Sovannaphumi School, Bridgeton School, Newton Thilay School, American Pacific School, and East-West International School, is widely renowned for being committed to be one of the leading educational communities in Cambodia that is locally and internationally recognized for the formal and non-formal education that are being offered to Cambodians and non-Cambodian