Brigadier Mohammed Hamid bin Dalmouj Al Dhaheri, Strategy and Performance Development Director General at the Ministry of Interior attended a graduation ceremony marking the completion of the ‘Change and Development Management” course, which was held at the Centro Hotel in Abu Dhabi. The course saw the participation of 20 officers and constables from the Ministry’s various departments, and focused on the necessary skills that would help promote creativity, innovation and development.

Brigadier Al Dhaheri stressed the importance of vocational development, which personifies the progressive vision of the police command in the fields of security and police work, especially in all areas related to tasks, responsibilities, procedures, and policies. He said: “Development is closely linked to the institutional goals and operational indexes.”

Adding further, he noted: “The Ministry of Interior has made significant strides in the fields of innovation, development, and creativity, in order to serve the job goals. He emphasized that the specialized course falls in line with the modern management field, in order to keep pace with the rapid changes and evolving management concepts.

Brigadier Al Dhaheri continued: “Development aims to promote excellence and paves the way towards achieving the objectives of the strategic plans; such as promoting productivity, improving the level of provided services, spreading the spirit of team work, reducing costs, and ensuring speed of delivery. The course also aims to qualify staff members and upgrade vocational skills, as well as the level of human culture, which would contribute positive changes to the career path, and achieve a quantum leap to promote the process of development and further drive police work into a better future.”

He noted that identifying the pillars and requirements of change would help to fulfill the requirements of administrative excellence. He said: “Change in work tools and methods require bringing about a change in the behavior of staff, as well as developing their skills, ideas, and personal capabilities, to allow them to adapt to the new work conditions.”

For his part, Captain Salim Abdulla Al Nuaimi, from the MoI, explained that these courses aim to develop the skills of the leadership category, in order to drive institutional development in the work field, and acquaint them with the scientific methods of change. He added that the course focused on spreading the culture of creativity, and providing the participants with knowledge in the field of management of change and development, in order for them to take part in the comprehensive project of developing police work. The course also included lectures on the latest administrative concepts, focusing on creativity and innovation.

Upon conclusion of the ceremony, Brigadier Mohammed Hamid bin Dalmouj Al Dhaheri, handed over certificates to the graduates.

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