The Dubai Government’s Department of Human Resources and the Culture and Arts Authority in Dubai have signed a memorandum of understanding to lay down a general framework for joint cooperation and exchange of experiences in the field of human resources, based on the vision of the wise leadership in the Emirate of Dubai regarding cooperation and exchange of experiences and knowledge between government departments, authorities and institutions. The mechanism of cooperation between the two parties regarding the evaluation of the artistic and behavioral competencies of the employees of the Culture and Arts Authority in Dubai.
The signing of the memorandum of understanding came from the fact that the Dubai Government’s Human Resources Department is a government agency specialized in managing and developing human resources, and developing technical and behavioral competencies for various job categories, through a system of educational and training programs, research, studies and services related to human resources.
The memorandum was signed by Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Director General of the Human Resources Department of the Government of Dubai, and Hala Youssef Badri, Director General of the Culture and Arts Authority in Dubai, as it was signed remotely through Microsoft Team technology.
Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Director General of the Department of Human Resources for the Government of Dubai, affirmed the department’s keenness to provide all forms of support to government agencies in Dubai, and to cooperate with them to upgrade human resources and enable them to create and innovate in functional areas that have an important impact on government work.
He said: The Competency Assessment Center in the Dubai Government’s Human Resources Department, according to the Memorandum of Understanding with the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, will conduct an assessment of competencies in the authority.
He added: The center occupies an important position as it is a major contributor to the process of Emiratisation and human development in the Dubai government, as it is responsible for determining mechanisms for selecting government employees, developing mechanisms for their promotion, and assessing the level of leadership skills and government competencies.
On her part, Hala Badri, Director General of the Culture and Arts Authority in Dubai, affirmed that the agreement comes within the framework of anticipating the future needs of the cadres working in the authority and opening new horizons for their development, and said: We are keen in Dubai Culture to strengthen the frameworks of our partnerships with various government agencies and departments with the aim of continuous improvement in our performance. Institutional and ensuring optimal investment in our human capital. This cooperation will help us in exchanging knowledge with the Dubai Government’s Human Resources Department, and to benefit from its expertise in evaluating the competencies of our cadres and determining the requirements for their development and advancement.
The Memorandum of Understanding also stipulated cooperation in the fields of training and supportive education for the development of institutional performance, providing employees of the two parties with new knowledge and skills in their field of work, cooperation in the field of programs for preparing and empowering competencies from various job groups, cooperation in documenting, disseminating and exchanging best government practices and enriching the knowledge content of applied experiences. For government administration, and activating institutional communication channels between the two parties.
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