The Address of Leadership Training in the International Field is TÜBİTAK TÜSSİDE

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The Leadership School program was previously organized for bureaucrats in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo.

Around 30 bureaucrats, press members and NGO managers from both countries participated in the two programs organized for Kazakh bureaucrats between 07-17 May and for Tunisian bureaucrats between 21-31 May.

Our Institute Director Mr. In his opening speech of the program, Tezer Battal emphasized the importance of Leadership School studies in terms of relations between countries.

The Leadership School program, planned with countries with which we have geographical and cultural proximity, is carried out in partnership with our institute and the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It is aimed to share Turkey's knowledge and experience in the field of leadership, to create new cooperation networks and to achieve common gains.

In the Leadership School program organized for Kazakhstan and Tunisia, practical training was first given at TÜBİTAK Gebze Campus. In this context; The International Dimension of Change and Its Effects on Turkey, Development of Turkish Economy, e-Government Applications, Accountability and Transparency, Strategic Management, Quality Management Applications in Turkey, Corporate Leadership and Human Resources Management were touched upon.

In the first week of the program, which lasts approximately two weeks, theoretical training is given by ITU, Başkent and Sabancı University professors, while in the second week, visits are made to the Turkish Grand National Assembly and relevant ministries in Ankara, allowing the participants to meet the ministries and institutions in Turkey.

While a trip is organized to the historical and cultural places of Istanbul for the participants of the event to get to know Turkey more closely, within the scope of the Ankara program, Anıtkabir and the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, which reopened its doors after restoration, are also visited.

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