To encourage partnership among different Abu Dhabi government organizations, the Abu Dhabi police force coordinated a workshop recently for the Abu Dhabi Excellence Program at the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi in Al Buteen.
The "Reconciling Objectives of Employees and Institutions" forum served as a stepping-stone for dissemination of knowledge, skills and resources between 27 different factions of the government.
Colonel Thani Butti Al Shamesi, team leader for the excellence program and head of Abu Dhabi’s police training department, made opening remarks that focused on unifying Abu Dhabi’s civic institutions and recommended that the workshops be conducted regularly.
Major Mohammed Nasser Al Esaaei, employee performance evaluation section chief, spoke about ways of engaging employees in setting institutional goals with an emphasis on matching workers’ goals with those of their establishments.
"This session and other workshops are important for transferring knowledge between the institutions under the Abu Dhabi government,” Mohammed Hasan Al Ameri, who acts as skills development chief and Emiratization Section leader for Abu Dhabi’s Quality and Conformity Council, said. “It is a distinguished initiative for supporting excellence in the UAE in general."
Guests at the seminar included representatives from Abu Dhabi’s Municipal Affairs, Transport and Judicial departments, Quality and Conformity Council, private corporations and Al Ain Municipality.
"The workshop was exceptional for providing new knowledge and science; correcting many misunderstood concepts; and explaining methods for spreading a culture of excellence," Amnah Al Shehhi, chief of strategic planning at Zayed Higher Organization for Humanitarian Care and Special Needs, said.