Dubai School of Government organizes 'Negotiation Skills' training course under 'Zayed Future Leaders' initiative
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, January 30 - 2013 at 10:01
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Dubai School of Government concluded a two-day session on negotiation skills, for 26 young employees of the Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme as part of the 'Zayed Future Leaders' initiative. Running from 28 - 29 January, the session included a detailed explanation of the meaning of negotiation and the various stages of successful negotiation.
Focusing on the importance of the learning process, attendees were challenged to determine appropriate negotiation methods and identify the communication attributes required to bring a positive outcome to any situation.
His Excellency Tariq Hilal Lootah, Executive President of Dubai School of Government, said, "We are aware of the importance of negotiation, which is an essential part of our daily lives at home or work. The skills our people develop through sessions such as this set them on a path to future success and play an important role in social development. Dubai School of Government is delighted to have led this initiative and will continue to offer relevant educational opportunities to our people."
Mohamed Abdulaziz Jasim, Acting Director General of Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme, said, "There is no doubt that the ability to negotiate is one of human communication's finer arts. Not only is it a vital life skill, but it is also a catalyst for career development that is crucial to employees, managers and leaders of all ages."
Dubai School of Government, a teaching and research institution focusing on public policy, was established in 2005 to work on the construction of systems of good governance through enhancing the region's capacity in public policy making. School collaborates with leading regional and global institutions to provide strategic research and excellent training Programmes.
The Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme was established to provide suitable housing facilities for UAE national families. The Programme is mandated to strengthen cooperation with partners and develop financial and human resources through creative mediums.
In addition to providing exceptional service through leveraging a qualified working team and integrated electronic systems, the Programme is committed to adopting sustainable practices.
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