The Restoration of Educational Advancement Program ( REAP) in collaboration with the Liberia Institute of Public Administration & the Governance Commission has organized a five-day leadership training seminars in Monrovia aimed at improving the governance culture and anti-corruption practices both in the private and public sector. The seminars, according to REAP’s Executive Director, Madam Christine T. Norman, are based on a model that uses (8) eight strategic ethical principles that empowers participants with insight for more effective leadership.
Scheduled to run from October 28 to November 1 2013, the training seminar targets 150 participants from Government Ministries, Autonomous Agencies and Business institutions and will be implemented in the context of President Johnson-Sirleaf Government’s vision for progressive development and sustainable democracy.
A release from the Restoration of Educational Advancement Program (REAP), based in Bentol City, Montserrado, says the seminars will be facilitated by Pointman Leadership Institute, a United based consortium of educators and former CEOs who have over the years exhibited unwavering commitment to providing leadership training that helps develop the appropriate policies and strategies needed for the efficiency of both private and public institutions.
Since 2006, the Restoration of Educational Advancement Program (REAP) in partnership with Pointman Leadership Training Institute and the support of UNDP has been presenting series of good governance leadership seminars to institutions and individuals including the Judiciary branch of Government, Cabinet Minister, Superintendent, Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia, the Liberia National Police , Bureau of Immigration & Naturalization, the Press Union of Liberia, Youth Organizations, the Civil Service Agency and the Ministry of Finance staff among others.
This year’s seminars which bring to 13 the number of Leadership Seminars conducted by REAP are receiving support from the National Oil Company of Liberia, NOCAL.