%25 of UAE government leadership seats for UAE nationals working in the private sector

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The Ministry of Cabinet and Future Affairs, represented by the UAE Government Leaders Program, signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization to develop and develop leadership by allocating 25% of the seats of each program category to the private sector employees of the UAE in direct coordination with the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation. The MoU aims at supporting the citizens of the State working in the private sector, providing them with opportunities for development, opening channels of communication between them and government employees, enhancing outstanding governmental practices and applications in the private sector and benefiting from the experiences and practices of the sector's pioneers in government work. The Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, Nasser bin Thani Al Hamli, stressed that the leadership development programs launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, have succeeded in empowering the creative potentials and building young Emirati leaders with knowledge and determination. To achieve excellence and success in the positions of the functions that occupy them, where these energies constitute a qualitative addition to the work of government, through its active contribution to the development of strategic plans and implementation properly. He added that the conclusion of the agreement comes within the framework of taking advantage of the experiences of these programs in the preparation of young Emirati leaders in the private sector to enable them to lead this important strategic sector in line with the vision of the UAE 2021. He said that the various economic sectors are full of national competencies that have proven their efficiency and their job competitiveness. At the same time, they have ambitions and ambitions to develop their capabilities and skills. This will be done by the UAE Government Leadership Program, which has accumulated experience in preparing young leaders. Al Hamli stressed that the agreement establishes a strategic partnership between the ministry and the Office of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and the future to unite efforts, integrate their plans and vision, and cooperate in the development of UAE young leaders in the private sector. Minister of State for Health and Quality of Life, General Director of the Office of the Prime Minister, Ohud Bint Khalfan Al-Roumi, stressed the importance of intensifying efforts to build a distinguished Emirati leadership generation from government and private sector employees. This is a national priority. And policies.