DELHI: To incubate strategic women leaders in CTA’s workforce, the Women Empowerment Desk of the Central Tibetan Administration organised a five-day Leadership training for women officials of CTA at Delhi this week.
The workshop titled, ‘CTA Women’s Leadership Workshop’ was conducted at the Indian Institute of Public Administration, a premier institute of training and research for Indian government officials, from 16 – 20 April.
22 women officials from five departments, cabinet secretariat and the three autonomous bodies of CTA were represented at the training.
Director of Indian Institute of Public Administration, Dr T Chatterjee, Ms Tsering Lhamo, Head of Women’s Empowerment Desk, Dr Surabhi Pandey and Anjali Dhengle presided over the inaugural ceremony held on Monday.
The five-day intensive training was tailored to hone the leadership skills of the officials, to equip them with effective communication skills, team building and dynamics, ethics in governance, gender budgeting, managing gender biased challenges and also, practical learning on e-governance and cyber hygiene.
A host of prominent speakers, including retired Government officials, celebrated experts in Organisation Behaviour, Human Resource Development, Gender Sensitisation and Gender Budgeting, Strategic Communication and Cyber Hygiene conducted the workshop.
The training concluded with a valedictory ceremony and presentation of certificates by the Registrar, IIPA.
The workshop was funded by USAID.