Skills for Better Cooperation 

Be able to express yourself and to understand others

4 training days | Not residential | Venues in India, Thailand, Kenya



During this 4-day training, you will learn the key concepts of cooperation, communication and coaching which will help you perform better as a leader, team member and human being. 

  • Learn how to demonstrate respect for the opinions, expertise, and experience of others and create cooperation

  • Empower yourself to coach people with accessible concepts like active listening, powerful questioning and empathy

  • Gain awareness about your triggers and how to act constructively

Download: Flyer Thailand

Go to our list of open trainings and check when it´s available in your city.

For whom

  • Everyone in leading position and young emerging leaders

  • Everyone who leads a team or aspires to become a team leader


Fees include training, materials, lunch and coffee

  • International NGOs: € 450 / person

  • National NGOs: € 250 / person



  • 10% Early bird: 4 weeks before the course starts

  • 10% Group discount: for registration of 2 and more



What people say...

Fareed Bajai

Finance Manager, Welthungerhilfe Afghanistan

“The most interesting part of this training series is that the knowledge of each day reflects on some parts of your daily work. After attending the trainings, I feel much better equipped and confident at work.”


Sohini Paul

Sohini has been working in the development sector for more than two decades, mostly on capacity building, governance, and human rights in the South Asian context. She has been with the CSA since 2015. Sohini has extensive experience in facilitating workshops on leadership and team management, rights-based approach, and communication skills.

Stefan Bannach

Stefan is a Bali based consultant, trainer, and coach with more than 10 years of experience in Germany, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. Stefan has extensive experience in moderating and facilitating multi-stakeholder processes in a participatory way, as well as setting up training modules in the fields of communication, team development, conflict management, participative planning and moderation.

Trang Nguyen

Trang holds a degree in Social Sciences and has worked in different governmental as well as non-governmental organisations, including a research institute, in Germany, Vietnam, and India. She is a full-time staff at CSA and her roles include marketing communication, IT-architecture, team and happiness, as well as facilitation and coaching. Trang is a young, creative and forward-thinking person who loves to learn, share and connect with like-minded people. 

Claudia Zehl

Claudia has an academic background in intercultural conflict management and is a certified mediator. Since 2010, Claudia has worked in various positions for Johanniter International Assistance, both in humanitarian and development settings. Currently, she is running the office of Johanniter in Southeast Asia supporting programmes in cooperation with Cambodian Civil Society Organisations on Community Health, WASH, and Livelihood.

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