Myanmar Leadership and Management Institute (MLMI) is a private learning and development institute that initiates public ‘soft skills’ training courses in Myanmar with the goal to fill the gap of soft skills at every management level in every type of organisations.
MLMI started its journey at Mandalay in August 2015 with the course of Management Skills for Supervisors and subsequently followed by Management Skills for Managers and Management Skills for General Managers. The same courses were conducted in Yangon in January 2016. To date, MLMI has successfully conducted public soft skills training courses in Mandalay, and Yangon, trained more than one thousand trainees and many more to come. Moreover, MLMI has a plan to provide many soft skills course to private sector, public sector, civil society and political parties.
Our groundbreaking programs bring together academic knowledge and highly valued practical skills. These courses are well-known for its international standard syllabus design and active brainstorming sessions, role play, and group activities conducted by well-experienced trainer, Professor U Aye Kyaw and his team. We develop both professionalism and management competency, creating innovative leaders with the ability to succeed in challenging situations of 21st century and the trainees heartily appreciate and acknowledge their experiences along with rapid improvements throughout the trainings. MLMI is proud to provide a vibrant, creative and inspiring atmosphere to develop human capital of the country.
"Turning Today's Youth to be Leaders of Tomorrow"
To nurture and enable students of MLMI take up responsible leadership roles for the betterment of Myanmar's society.
MLMI is led by Professor U Aye Kyaw, an educational entrepreneur who introduced and successfully run ABE Diplomas, Ofqual regulated UK qualifications to Myanmar’s business and education sector since 1998. He took up another challenges to impact Soft Skills and founded Myanmar Leadership and Management Institute in mid 2015.
Professor U Aye Kyaw is one of the faculty members at Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) since 2012.