International Development Institute (IDI), headquartered in the Washington, D.C. area, is a leading training and capacity building provider. IDI works closely with public and private clients in assessing their institutional needs and in developing programs to address them. In over 15 years of existence, IDI has trained thousands of participants from around the world.
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IDI’s vision is to produce and nurture effective global leaders of the future.
IDI’s mission is to become a world-class institution to produce effective leaders around the world by designing, developing and delivering highly relevant programs in research, learning and advocacy.
“I am so thrilled that I got this oppportunity to attend a very intensive and engaging Banking Leadership Program. It was very well designed to capture US Banking, Risk Management Framework, FinTech, political lobbying, customer service and innovation in banking sector, Knowledge and simplicity of trainers is commendable. I highly recommend tis program to my colleagues.”
“The Election Management program if well focused on issued thatwill definitely improve the transparency and fairness in electoral system management in any democractic dispension.”
“The program was very well thought out to give us a great perspective how we can make our life very productive upon retirement. All trainers and presenters were amazingly qualified. I highly recommend my fellow judges to joint his program in the future.”
“I am so happy to learn that Its OK to fail through this program. This single concept has boosted my confidence. The amazing program taught me different ways of learning. I made many new friends and connected with the number of students at George Mason. I really enjoyed the class on forensic science and visiting museums.”
“The Women Exectutive delivered both the analytical, research and practical answers to the personal development to empower and build self-awareness. It challenged me t think hard about my self when it came to negotiation and leading a team as well as to explore the depths of personal insecurities as well as strengths. In addition, I get to build great networking and bonding with other participating sisters.”
The topics are timely and very relevant. The lecturers are great. I can adopt what I have learned from the training specially that starting Monday (july 20, 2020) I will be assigned as OIC Assisstant Schools Division Superintendent of Aurora, timely that I attended this training, to which the learning can be applied to a greater number of learners and teachers and educational leaders. Thank you very much hoping that when a similar activity will be facilitated, participants from Aurora Division can be given a chance to join too.”