With confidence and hope, Sreydieb had a good start as Head of Learning Center of our learning center in Takeo, Cambodia. Sreydieb was responsible for BOOKBRIDGE Mobile Learning Center Angroka and decided to take the vacant position as Head of Learning Center at Takeo. Her first initiative is to open new English classes to improve the center’s financial sustainability.
Sreydieb plans to open four new English classes at different times throughout the day. This way, she hopes to increase the profitability and financial sustainability of the center. Sreydieb has decided to teach the four new classes herself in order to decrease the costs of hiring external teachers. She wants to find students for example by using her network, collecting flyers, and her relationships with young adults from her community. Thanks to her efforts, Sreydieb has been able to successfully open one class with ten students. She is working hard to attract more students for her classes. Besides, Sreydieb works closely with her assistant Sopheak to improve both the quantitative and qualitative aspects of the learning center. She is supported by fellow Constantin and Country Manager Assistant Ra.
However, a lot remains to be done for both Sreydieb and Sopheak for the coming months. Like the other Heads of Learning Centers, it is a challenge for them to learn and master leadership and management skills, and to address key issues the center is facing. Concerning their commitment, we are convinced that they will success, both quantitatively and qualitatively.