The National Leadership Development Program is a series of leadership development programs approved by the Civil Service Bureau of the Kingdom of Bahrain as a consolidated national policy and strategy for training the government sector. The Program aims at building a government ecosystem based on a management approach, which considers every employee a leader in his/her career level.
– Bahrain Economic Vision 2030
– A highly efficient and effective government
– Enhancing the efficiency of human resources management in the public sector
Who is targeted by this program?
– New hires
– Specialists, senior specialists and equivalent levels
– Unit supervisors, group leaders and equivalent levels
– Section heads and equivalent levels
– Managers and equivalent levels
– Deputies, assistant deputies and equivalent levels
A program completion certificate from the Institute of Public Administration.
Program Time Table:
8:00 am – 2:00 pm, and the program is held at the Institute of Public Administration, unless otherwise stated.
How to join the program?
The Institute of Public Administration receives nomination applications from the training officials and authorized personnel at the government agencies via the TMS registration portal at BIPA website: www.bipa.gov.bh.
The program is financially supported, and to benefit from the subsidy, a trainee has to:
- Complete at least 60% of all required homework and assignments of the program.
- Attend at least 50% of each of the program units.
- Attend at least 80% of the entire program.
In case any of the above-mentioned requirement is not satisfied, the sponsoring government agency shall bear all the program costs.
The design of the National Leadership Development Program is based on a scientific approach, which considers the citizen the centre of government action. The main beneficiary from all government services, and all these services have been created to address his/her aspirations. The efficacy of the government performance is measured by the level of citizens’ satisfaction for these services. The citizen’s pillar has been supported by a group of systematic pillars that contribute to the development of the competencies of all employees attending the program as follows: