Cadre Assessment (2016) Held in TPADRI
On April 28th, the 2016 Assessment Meeting of Cadres appointed by the municipal Party Committee was held in the meeting room (6th floor) of Building C. Director LIN Peiqing from the Division of Cadre Assessment of the Organization Department of the Municipal Party Committee, LEI Jiandong (Deputy Director of the Planning Bureau of the city) attended the meeting for due guidance. The Institute leadership members and 50-odd mid-level cadres were also present.
Director LIN addressed the attendees on implication, procedures and assessment methods in addition to stressing the importance, a correct attitude, a truth-seeking spirit and fairness & objectiveness (in filling the poll form) that were essential in the assessment to truly reflect the achievements and weaknesses in the work of the leadership of TPADRI.
President WANG Chunyan, on behalf of the TPADRI leadership, reported last year’s work where: facing a down-turning market for construction design, the leadership members united as one, planned ahead of dates and led the staff to focus on operation-business with creative management as the guideline, putting into solid practice “four doings” in operation by grasping the opportunity of coordinated development of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Province, 2016 Tangshan World Horticulture Expo and expansion of infrastructure of the city; meanwhile, the Institute carried out in a deep-going way the “2 studyings,1 being program (studying the Party Charter and XI Jinping’s talks and being a model Party member)” as well as the “1 penalty and 8 corrections” program for substantial implementation of the Party’s call for a clean and efficient work style. WANG attributed to the above efforts the Institute’s political stability, sustained development, completion of annual targets and several firsts and a leading place in the same sector of the province and the country.
All attendees polled on the leadership members, based on such properties of “moral, ability, diligence, achievements and cleanness”, practice of the “8 Rules” and efforts in doing away with hedonist, extravagant, bureaucratic and formalist doings.
The meeting concluded with interviews, in groups, between visiting leaders and the Institute’s mid-level cadres.