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Far Eastern personnel smithy announces general collection

The selection of managers for the Muravyov-Amursky 2030 program will last until November 10, 2021.

The head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexei Chekunkov, presented at the Eastern Economic Forum a new program for training management personnel for work in the Far East "Muravyov-Amursky 2030". “We want to launch the best management training program in the country. The Far East and the Arctic, in my opinion, are ideal for instilling in people the qualities that are needed to manage a team, overcome difficulties, overcome oneself and achieve results, "the minister said.

Far Eastern personnel smithy announces general collection
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The head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexei Chekunkov, presented at the Eastern Economic Forum a new program for training management personnel for work in the Far East "Muravyov-Amursky 2030". “We want to launch the best management training program in the country. The Far East and the Arctic, in my opinion, are ideal for instilling in people the qualities that are needed to manage a team, overcome difficulties, overcome oneself and achieve results, "the minister said.

Photo: Valentina Pevtsova, Roscongress Foundation  

The training program for young specialists will take place in three stages: municipal, regional and federal. Thus, participants will be able to work in all spheres of public administration, see problems “on the ground” and participate in their solution at the interregional level. The training will take several years, during which the results of managers will be constantly evaluated and screened out.
 

Alexey Chekunkov, Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic
Photo: Valentina Pevtsova, Roscongress Foundation

“We will take everyone in three races for about six months, within which they will work very closely with the real head of the first municipal level, understand how the city works, how to heat a boiler house, how public transport is organized, what worries residents, what to do with sidewalks what to do with crime, "Chekunkov said. At the regional level, participants will learn how to attract investment, how the budget is planned, how special economic regimes operate, etc. According to Aleksey Chekunkov, only a tough selection will allow finding those people who will cope with the ambitious tasks for the development of the region.

The minister's initiative was supported by federal officials and heads of the regions of the Far East. According to the participants of the session "The Far East as a forge of managerial personnel for the civil service", including the minister himself, they are ready to personally participate in the training of managers and involve them in practical work.


Vladimir Solodov, Governor of the Kamchatka Territory
Photo: Valentina Pevtsova, Roscongress Foundation

Speaking about the training of future managers, the Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Solodov noted three main qualities, without which, according to him, it is impossible to achieve high results in the Far East: this is the ability to change and change the environment around him; strategic thinking; ability to make decisions and take responsibility for them. “We need people who are motivated by the opportunity to change the world and achieve great results. At the same time, I would like to point out separately, and this is laid down in the concept of training, that it is important to teach not just a few, but to teach a team, ”commented Vladimir Solodov. 


“I have always believed that the Far East, such a huge territory, can only be developed using the command method,” said the head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Aisen Nikolaev. According to him, the successes that the republic has been demonstrating in recent years - industrial growth, high demographic indicators, the development of new sectors of the economy - are the result of well-coordinated teamwork of managers who work in the region. - “I am sure that the new program will give good results. At the same time, I would like to note that the most important thing in the selection process is to pay attention to the value attitudes of a person: you can teach, you can gain experience, but you cannot change the value qualities of an adult. "


Aisen Nikolaev, Head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Photo: Valentina Pevtsova, Roscongress Foundation

The selection of applicants has already begun and will last until November 10. Completion of the project is scheduled for 2026. In the final, a team of 150 new leaders will be formed with values, knowledge and basic experience for the development of the Far East and the Arctic.

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