UP CM Yogi Adityanath and his cabinet ministers participated in Manthan – a leadership development programme at IIM Lucknow. CM Yogi was joined by several secretary level IAS officers, who also attended the day-long session on leadership training and development at the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. As part of the Manthan leadership training programme, CM, Cabinet Ministers and Bureaucrats are undergoing management skills training at the premier B-school.
70 Ministers, Officers Participating
As per information provided in the press brief, a total of 70 ministers and officers are participating in the leadership training programme. Training session held on Sunday, is the second part of the three-part training programme. On Sunday, the training programme commenced on 9 AM and continued until 6 PM.
What does training programme cover?
As per the information provided about ‘Manthan’ Leadership Training programme, is specially tailored to provide management training to ministers and secretaries of various departments. The sessions to be held as part of the training would include policy formulation, mapping and management of stakeholder expectations, decision making for right trade-offs, policy implementation, project organization and management, accountability setting for various stakeholders as well as monitoring and control of project systems. The previous sessions had focused on various aspects related to good governance, financial management and administration among others.
UP to be USD 1 trillion economies, says CM Yogi
CM Yogi also addressed the participants of the leadership training programme on Sunday. In his address, he said that with the help of training provided by IIM Lucknow, his cabinet and secretary level officers will be able to transform governance systems in the state. This backed by his government’s commitment deliver on its promises to the masses, will help UP become USD 1 trillion economy, said UP CM. He further added that based on the training provided by IIM Lucknow so far, his cabinet ministers have prepared a roadmap for good governance and development of the state.