Royal Academy of Administration celebrates graduation of 24 trainers in leadership excellence

Muscat: 24 accomplished trainers completed the “Training a Certified Trainer in Leadership” program. This initiative, a vital component of the National Program for Leadership Development and Future Foresight, is a collaborative effort between the Royal Academy of Management, the Ministry of Finance’s Partnership for Development Programme, and the esteemed Eller Center for Executive Education Programs at the University of Arizona.

His Excellency Mahmoud bin Abdullah Al-Awaini, Secretary-General of the Ministry of Finance and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Partnership for Development Program highlighted the program’s strategic importance. He emphasized its role in enhancing institutional performance by fostering a cadre of skilled trainers capable of imparting knowledge and expertise to Oman’s administrative and leadership sectors.

Dr. Ali bin Qasim Al Lawati, President of the Royal Academy of Management, underscored the program’s alignment with the academy’s vision and strategic objectives. He emphasized the academy’s commitment to promoting innovation in executive, leadership, and institutional realms, which is in line with Oman’s aspirations outlined in “Oman 2040.”

Dr. Yasmine Bint Shanan Al Balushi, Director of the Certified Leadership Trainer Training Program, elaborated on the program’s objectives, focusing on the development of qualified Omani trainers who can deliver leadership programs locally, regionally, and globally. She highlighted the academy’s meticulous approach to curriculum design and delivery, ensuring the highest standards of education and skill development.

Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Abri, Director General of the Partnership and Privatization Unit at the Ministry of Finance, praised the program’s impact on fostering modern leadership practices within Oman’s administrative apparatus. He commended the graduates for their dedication and achievements throughout the intensive two-year program, noting their enhanced capabilities and contributions to their respective institutions.

Looking ahead, the Royal Academy of Management plans to launch additional initiatives in 2024, including the “Future Readiness for Future Leaders” program and “The National CEO Programme,” further solidifying its commitment to grooming exceptional leadership talent across sectors.

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