Zanzibar Permanent Secretaries and Deputy Permanent Secretaries participate in Negotiation Skills Training

The Chief Secretary of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar, Dr. Abdulhamid Yahya Mzee, officiated a two-day Negotiation Skills training for Permanent Secretaries and Deputy Permanent Secretaries of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar, on Monday 19th February, 2018.

Organised by UONGOZI Institute, the training aims to equip the aforementioned leaders with necessary skills and techniques to bargain and secure lucrative deals in the oil and gas industry that will reap substantial benefits in the future.

In his opening speech, Chief Secretary Dr. Mzee highlighted the significance of the training, emphasising the importance of negotiation skills for the development of the island state.

“Negotiating skills are very critical to effective leadership. Public leaders negotiate every day, good deals benefit their Governments and the general public; however, a simple mistake or misunderstanding can yield negative consequences”, he stated.

On behalf of the CEO of UONGOZI Institute, the Head of Capacity Building at UONGOZI Institute, Mr. Kadari Singo said through the training, participants’ negotiation capacities in oil and natural gas commercial contracts and investments deals will be strengthened.

“In this training, participants will be exposed to the unique challenges and characteristics of international negotiations, and learn effective negotiation tools and techniques to help them achieve best results in oil and gas deals”, he explained.

Chief Secretary
Chief Secretary of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar, Dr. Abdulhamid Yahya Mzee delivers the opening speech.
Participants follow remarks
Participants of the training follow remarks of the Chief Secretary, Dr. Abdulhamid Yahya Mzee.

 

Chief Secretary Participates in the first session
Chief Secretary, Dr. Abdulhamid Yahya Mzee participates in the first session of the training.  

 

Participants during the training
Participants during the training.

 

A trainer from ISLP
A trainer from International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP) facilitates a session.

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