MOL launches Capacity Building and Talent Management Forum

MOL launches Capacity Building and Talent Management Forum in Muscat

Muscat: The Ministry of Labor (MOL) organizes the Capacity Building and Talent Management Forum in Muscat Governorate with the participation of a number of specialists from government and private agencies, the forum discusses challenges and job opportunities will continue for two days

The forum held in the main building of Omantel, included 4 main topics represented in learning about talent management experiences in local institutions and transferring them to government institutions, learning about and benefiting from capacity building experiences in local institutions, international standards, diagnosing talent and applying them practically, and the challenges and opportunities facing work.

Mr. Salem bin Muslim Al Busaidi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Labor for Human Resources Development, the sponsor of the occasion, said in his speech that the Capacity Building and Talent Management Forum focuses on the most important local experiences in the government companies sector in the field of capacity building and nurturing talented people with the aim of benefiting from those experiences and adapting them in a way that suits the needs of the government sector institutions.

He added that institutions have become in urgent need of the human element, as this investment is embodied in what is called human talent management. Some institutions were working to attract employees with high competencies, skills, and qualifications, while other institutions were trying to maintain and develop their competent employees.

He explained that in the modern era, talent management has become an essential part of modern management systems, and an essential strategy for developing and changing institutions. Talent is one of the main factors that institutions in various business sectors rely on to achieve their strategic vision in the twenty-first century, which is characterized by high competition and rapid changes.

Moreover, human resources management strategies at the level of institutional performance at the beginning of the third millennium focused, in its vision and mission, on the qualitative human element and the skills and talents it possesses.

Dr. Ghaleb bin Saif Al Hosani, CEO of Human Resources at Omantel, delivered a speech in which he said that this forum emphasizes the importance of developing human resources in the Sultanate of Oman, as it is a beacon of knowledge and development, where experts and specialists come together to exchange experiences and develop effective strategies to build a new generation of Professionals and skilled people.

Al Hosani pointed out that the forum will address vital topics such as the latest trends in talent management, professional development strategies, and the role of technology in enhancing work efficiency and productivity, in addition to developing educational and training policies and programs that suit the requirements of the times.

It should be noted that the forum aims to review the national system, the measure of creativity and how to apply it, the role of talent in developing citizenship, describing talent management in the government sector, and the experiences of government and private institutions.

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