#Agile Leadership - What Does it Mean and Why is it Important?
GLAC Network member João Vitor Domingues shared the call for application for the Leadership Course at ENAP the Brazilian National School of Public Administration (25th-29th July 2022). Several international GLAC Network members pariticipated in the program, which might have been a pilot for future events.
Agile leadership: You may have heard of it, but you may not know the principles, benefits, and application areas that lie behind this concept. The agile leadership course offered by ENAP was exclusive to senior executives in the public sector, held in English with translation into Portuguese.
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