The Institute for Capability

Development (ICD) conducted the fifth educational phase of the

National CEO Program, in cooperation with the International Institute

for Management Development (IMD), specialising in economics and

management.

The fifth phase of the educational program was designed to

build and develop the skills, competencies and capabilities of the

participants, which will drive the pace of economic growth in the

Sultanate.

The fifth educational stage included several themes that included

principles of inspiring leadership that help to stimulate and encourage

individuals and taskforces to find sustainable ways to improve

performance levels, stakeholder management, new methods of

problem solving and decision making without any impact. The fifth

phase’s program also included field visits to institutions with a high

rating in excellence in order to exchange expertise among experienced

specialists in the business sector.

Dr. Khamis bin Said al-Toobi, ICD Director said that the program

aims at empowering participants from the private sector through the

provision of qualified cadres who have the ability to deal with the

requirements of the future in order to push the wheel of national

economy. He added that the fifth educational phase of the program will

work on excellence and firm commitment to achieve a positive impact

on Oman’s changing economic landscape.

Professor Arturo Bris, Program’s Director said that the Institute

looks forward to continuing to enhance potentials of the participants in

the program and to inform them of the latest methods, concepts and

ideas related to leadership, as well as to investigate the mentalities and

processes affecting the administrative leadership. He stressed the

importance of the Program and the benefit that will come out of the

participants while addressing the challenges they face in the business

sector and deal with the complex institutional environment.

Source: Oman News Agency