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Cambodia Advances in Leadership Training for Enhanced Work Efficiency

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In a significant move towards augmenting work efficiency across Cambodia, Prime Minister Hun Manet has highlighted the essential role of leadership training within both the public and private sectors.

The interaction took place on 10 May 2024 at the Peace Palace, where the Prime Minister received John C. Maxwell, the founder of the acclaimed John Maxwell Leadership Foundation. Maxwell was there to extend his gratitude towards Samdech Thipadei for the opportunity to conduct a courtesy meeting. He used this occasion to detail the array of activities spearheaded by his organization, with a particular focus on their international leadership training programs.

Maxwell seized the opportunity to discuss the primary objective behind his seminal visit to Cambodia, which involves offering specialized soft skills training courses with an emphasis on leadership to over 2,000 Cambodian students conducted on 9 May 2024. Beyond this, he presented a possibility of providing similar training programs tailored to the needs of various ministries and governmental institutions in Cambodia, aimed primarily at fostering leadership capabilities. His vision extends towards a broader cooperation with the Royal Government of Cambodia in the field of education, looking forward to future collaborations.

Responding to Maxwell’s propositions, Samdech Thipadei expressed a warm welcome towards Maxwell and his delegation on their inaugural visit to the nation. The Prime Minister acknowledged the significance of such training initiatives, recognizing them as valuable contributions towards the empowerment of Cambodia’s human capital.

Premier Hun Manet emphasized that the development of human capital ranks as the foremost agenda within the Seventh mandate of the Royal Government’s Pentagonal strategy, which is designed to propel job growth, equity, efficiency, and sustainability. A critical element of this strategy includes the elevation of education quality alongside the enhancement of technical skills and vocational training.

Furthermore, Samdech Thipadei championed the need for soft skills training among Cambodian youths, advocating for a balanced development of both technical capabilities and soft skills. He posited that cultivating a workforce that is proficient in both realms is integral for fostering quality human capital.

Concluding his remarks, the Premier elaborated on the growing significance and necessity of soft skills training within organizations, particularly in leadership spheres, which hold the potential to transform public and private entities. He professed that the journey towards becoming a competent and effective leader begins with cultivating self-leadership qualities, underscored by a commitment to personal virtues and morals. This approach not only nurtures leadership skills but also ensures they are grounded in ethical and moral principles, thereby benefiting the broader spectrum of Cambodian society and its developmental aspirations.

Source: Fresh News

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