The Commonwealth has delivered a 5-day training programme to improve management practices in Uganda’s Inspectorate of Government and Directorate of Public Prosecution
The Commonwealth has delivered a 5-day training programme to improve management practices in Uganda’s Inspectorate of Government and Directorate of Public Prosecution.
The course, which was held in Jinja, Uganda from January 22-26, 2018 was attended by 25 senior managers from the two government offices.
Its aim was to equip high-level staff with skills that will enable them to provide access to justice for all citizens and build inclusive, accountable and effective institutions.
Head of Public Sector Governance at the Commonwealth Roger Koranteng delivered the training programme, which focused on management and leadership skills required by anti-corruption agencies.
It also covered ethics and professional values, conflict management, strategic planning, cultural challenges to leadership, behaviour relationships with subordinates, and team building.
Justice Irene Mulyagonja, Uganda’s Inspector General of Government, commended the Commonwealth Secretariat’s delivery of the programme, which she said gave senior officials a comprehensive view of leadership from an international perspective.
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