Egypt: Executive Director of the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, Sherifa Fouad Sherif, has concluded the first phase of the training program “Leading Change in Dynamic Organizations” in cooperation with the American University in Cairo.
On his part, Dr Sherifa Fouad Sherif stated that the program comes in the context of the focus on cooperation with the most prominent training bodies and universities to enhance the competence of workers and develop their skills.
The reports added that the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development and the training arm of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development – have concluded the first phase of the training program “Leading Change in Dynamic Organizations,” which was held in cooperation with the American University in Cairo over two months, through which about 60 participants of the senior leaders of the state administrative system were trained from different parts.
The conclusion of the first scenario of the program saw a discussion of policy papers submitted by the problematic working groups of the participants, in the light of what was discussed during the training program in two phases of topics of public policy analysis, strategic management in government, leadership and institutional reform.
Moreover, the Policy Papers Discussion of the Institute Nabil Fouad, Director-General of Business Development and Human Resources, Amani Aldib, Director of the Department of International Cooperation, attended by Dr Khaled Abdul Halim, Advisor to the Minister of Local Development, and Dr Rana Hindi, Professor of Public Policy and Management at the American University of Cairo.
In this context, Dr Sherifa Fouad Sherif, Executive Director of the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, confirmed that the training program comes within the framework and pathways of the institute’s keenness to cooperate with the finest training bodies and universities, which comes within the institute’s interests in the training and capacity building system, aiming to enhance the competence of the workers and develop their skills and job capabilities.
The policy papers covered the topics of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of social protection programs, legislative and social barriers for housewives, preparing government officers for the digital transformation of public institutions, as well as bullying in primary schools, financial inclusion of women in rural areas, and traffic management in Greater Cairo to reduce carbon emissions.