This manual provides an overview of chambers of commerce, including history, mission and modernization. Specifics are also provided about types of governance structures, with a focus on chambers of commerce in Tunisia.
This manual focuses on succeeding at driving local development through chambers of commerce. With a focus on international business, the guide highlights exporting from Tunisia, stakeholders, banks and structures. Tips include developing visibility abroad, participating in international fairs and understanding cultural differences.
This guide describes how the draft law for local elections in Tunisia is an important tool for democratic and institutional reconstruction. It aims to enable all parties and institutions to manage their own affairs and reduce centralization as one of the fundamental demands of the Tunisian revolution.
This presentation provides suggestions and a workplan for supporting and empowering women in Tunisian society. It focuses on communication rules, the role of women in the election process, local democracy and group work. The presentation aims to support qualified women candidates for municipal elections, highlighting knowledge, skills and behaviors.
The WES-Up Business Growth and Accelerator series includes a coaching guide with tools, forms and plans to help increase the survival of women's businesses. Also included in the series are a curriculum resource and a trainer's manual.
The WES-Up Business Growth and Accelerator series includes a curriculum resource that highlights six modules, such as advanced market studies, strategic marketing and preparing your pitch. Other resources in the series include a trainer's manual and a coaching guide.
The WES-Up Business Growth and Accelerator series includes a trainer's manual, which aims to help women understand their needs through baseline assessment. It also provides information to put in place a plan to develop participants' skills, networking, funding, production and productivity. It includes detailed instructions and resources for trainers. The series also includes manual and curriculum files.
This advocacy manual for Tunisian youth promotes constructive dialogue between various socio-political groups. It provides tools to work with local officials and communities in a positive manner and focuses on youth councils, a network of young leaders that works on both local and national issues.
This communication manual for Tunisian youth promotes constructive dialogue between various socio-political groups. It provides tools to work with local officials and communities in a positive manner and focuses on developing the ability to focus on outcome, tuning into audiences and developing messages for clarify and impact. It highlights the importance of creating an environment for open discussion and ongoing dialogue.
This guide focuses on skills related to the development of young leaders, including community participation, conflict management, facilitation dialogue and lobbying. It was created for staff at the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Tunisia to strengthen their dialogue with young people in local states.
This presentation focuses on project management for youth councils, including definitions, terms, strategies and philosophy. It describes how to create a project charter to define and give purpose to a project, develop and maintaining schedules, assign responsibilities, monitor the performance of a project, maintain organization and create lessons learned documents.
This conflict management manual for Tunisian youth promotes constructive dialogue between various socio-political groups. It provides tools to work with local officials and communities in a positive manner and focuses on conflict definitions and solutions. The manual focuses on specific strategies to avoid conflict.
FW: (Forward) is an informal, web-based community of civic activists, technology junkies, academics, bloggers, journalists and citizens interested in learning about and sharing new approaches and tools for safeguarding elections. The site is available in English, Arabic and French at www.fwelections.com.
This WES curriculum resource, developed by Nejiba Bouzaiane Khalfallah, is a business plan outline to help women entrepreneurs to build their businesses. The guide covers several aspects of a business project, including market description, marketing plan, human resource needs and financing plan.
This guide for WES participants consists of 13 worksheets divided into sections focusing on leadership. It highlights reinforcement of interpersonal communication skills, territory adaptation, creativity and opportunity management, and activity methodology and management.
This two-part guide is intended for WES curriculum trainers. The first part explains the guide’s logic and methodology. The second part, highlighting curriculum content, is organized by topic and provides information and recommendations for the trainer to present economic sustainability material.
This financial education guide provides information to increase the knowledge and skills of female entrepreneurs to better manage their finances. It also tools and a working methodology to change participants’ relationship with money.
This social media curriculum resource includes a trainer's guide and PowerPoint presentation, targeted at female entrepreneurs for a two-day workshop. The content focuses on using social media platforms (blogging, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest) and simple frameworks for integrating social media into business marketing plans. Tips are included for customizing the curriculum for specific participants.
This presentation provides a brief overview of innovative leadership components. It focuses on the types of leadership skills, communication, active listening and powerful language, and management types, including change, opportunities and strategic dimensions.
This training manual provides a summary of 14 modules for a entreprenuership course, along with a summary of concepts and discussion points. Topics include starting a business, strategic planning, business plans, business operations, marketing, communication, finance, risk and more. Brainstorming exercises and quizes are included.
This resource for trainers focuses on the idea of a leadership compass, helping participants to identify styles of leadership and the importance of having diversity of leadership in a group. Included is a topic overview, learning objectives and specific lesson procedures. The ideal ages of participants are between 19-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.