The National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development – the training arm of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development – in cooperation with the American University in Cairo, launched the first and second group of the training program “Leading Change in Dynamic Organizations” for 60 senior leaders in the state’s administrative apparatus, representing about 12 entities.
Dr. Sharifa Sherif, Executive Director of the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, said that the training program comes within the framework of the Institute’s keenness to cooperate with the most prestigious training agencies and universities, which comes within the Institute’s interests in the training and capacity-building system, with the aim of raising the efficiency of workers and developing their skills and functional capabilities.
Sherif explained that the training program includes, in its two phases, training on a number of topics, including; Analysis of public policies, strategic management in the government field, leadership, and institutional reform, noting that the same program was implemented during 2019 and 2020, and it is planned that other batches will be implemented in the coming months..
For his part, Nabil Fouad, Director General of Business Development and Human Resources Department at the Institute, said during the opening of the program on behalf of Dr. Sharifa Sharif; The program is being implemented in two phases, so that the first takes place in cooperation with the American University in Cairo over a period of two months, with two training days per week, and the second phase takes place over a training week in cooperation with one of the international partner universities of the Institute, explaining that the program aims to refine the skills of the leaders of the second row of the administrative apparatus. To the state through the distinguished international partnerships of the institute and using the latest training methods and methodologies.