«Government Governance Forum»: The way to the future begins with self-development of the individual
Speakers at the third session of the government administration forum stressed that the way to the future begins with the self-development of the individual and the journey of lifelong learning, stressing that the UAE is investing in human capital and protecting it against future changes and creating the environment
At the third session of the Forum, the speakers stressed that the road to the future begins with the self-development of the individual and the journey of lifelong learning, stressing that the UAE is investing in human capital and protecting it against future changes and creating the enabling environment to empower individuals and equip them with the necessary skills to lead the country. The future under the system of opportunities and challenges associated with the unprecedented technological development witnessed by the world today.
The speakers called on national talent to pursue lifelong learning, self-investment, development opportunities from programs and activities that equip individuals with advanced skills, and fortify competencies against changes in the labor market, especially in light of global statistics and expectations of radical changes.
This came during the third edition of the State Administration Forum, organized by the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government, the research and education institution specialized in public policy in the Arab world, entitled "Capacity Building and Preparedness for the Future".
The forum discussed the prospects of building capacity and competencies in the work of the government, based on scientific foundations based on foresight, creativity, management of change and excellence and the creation of solutions to future challenges, and turn them into opportunities and achievements to build readiness for the future.
The first panel discussed "Capacity Building and Preparedness for the Future", while the second panel discussed "Future Skills Gap". Participants stressed that bridging the future skills gap is a shared responsibility of individuals and institutions.