| Azlan Othman |
EVERY leader must lead by example by possessing the values of Malay Islamic Monarchy (MIB) when performing their tasks.
MIB is our identity as Brunei citizens and must be embraced in all aspects of life as it is a comprehensive philosophy.
This was highlighted by Secretary of MIB Executive Council Secretariat, Dr Hj Muhammad Hadi bin Muhammad Melayong, at the opening of MIB and its appreciation briefing at the Management and Policy Monitoring workshop at Civil Service Institute (IPA) in Rimba yesterday.
He also touched on MIB values and its appreciation as the best practice in civil service and a foundation for decent administration in the government machinery.
Twenty-five senior government officers are attending the two-day workshop organised by the Civil Service Institute.
Participants are exposed to the best practices and conventional means in the field of management and policy monitoring, including the process of identifying issues, policy analysis technique, implementation and assessment.
To add value to the training programme, it also gives an opportunity for the participants to deepen and understand best practices in management and policy monitoring in the perspective of MIB.
The participants also have the opportunity to embrace an Islamic approach in management and policy monitoring in the context of implementing five objectives of Syariah namely to uphold religion, mind, ancestry and property as well as Islamic standards in the revision process of policy, implementation, monitoring and policy assessment.
The participants also embrace the concept of integrity and accountability in the perspective of Islam in guarding the relationship with Allah the Almighty and fellow human beings.
The facilitator of the workshop is Dato Paduka Malai Hj Ali bin Malai Hj Othman, Manager of PPP Ilmu Alim, who has vast experience in the field of management.