Capacity Building

Capacity building is the development of skills, knowledge and the ability to engage with others. Our training is embedded within a broad set of activities, carefully designed to take into account the local cultural, policy and organisational context as well as capture the needs of our clients.

Knowledge Management is an integral part of today’s organisation and in line with global standards, EGSL partners with organizations to obtain, improve, and retain the skills, knowledge, tools, equipment and other resources needed to do their jobs competently.

The core areas of capacity building for the levels include: establishing – institutional framework, engaging competent personnel with required skill sets and experience and upgrading internal skill sets through training and development.

ENROYALE Capacity Building Workshops and Retreats

Our capacity building workshops covers different areas such as:

  • Leadership
  • Personal Development
  • Information Technology
  • Business and Finance
  • Organizational Management
  • Team Building

 

Capacity Building and Knowledge Management, integral to today’s e-centric world, constitute one of EGSL’s four main operational areas. The Transformation Governance Plan (TGP), aimed at improving delivery of public services by creating a citizen-centric and business-centric environment, can be better implemented if focused efforts are made to build capacities and manage knowledge at all levels of government. One could have a number of components as part of Capacity Building; however we look at Capacity Building along the four building blocks.

The core areas of Capacity Building for the political, administrative, institutional and project levels would include: establishing – institutional framework, engaging competent personnel with required skill sets and experience and upgrading internal skill sets through training. This implies:

  • Analysis of existing knowledge, skill sets and experience
  • A clear vision of the goals ahead
  • A blueprint to reach the identified goals
  • Systems that will sustain the goals to be achieved.