As a way of capacitating their senior staff for them to be in a better position to administer their responsibilities efficiently, the Management of the National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT) has completed a five-day Management training programme for all its Managers across the country. The training was held at Hotel Bamoi.
The training was organized for twenty-five (25) Managers from across the country.
According to the Deputy Director of Administration and also head of the Human Resources Unit, Fuad Daboh, they hired the service of RIPA, an International Organization that does leadership and managerial training in the United Kingdom which drew up a customize training programme for NASSIT and sent one of their facilitators to do the training, explaining that the entire training cost is between $10,000 to $15,000 (ten to fifteen thousand United States dollars).
He maintained that the training will increase the performance of the Managers tremendously in their operations at their various locations across the country, based on the feedback they received from the facilitator.
He disclosed that among the areas of training are performance management, defining the role of the leader and head of Human Resources, tools for dealing with conflict, skills and quality of effective leader among others.
Madam Ann Hall, the facilitator of the training from RIPA, said she believes with the training the participants will replicate the ideas gained to their junior staff, as they were very cooperative during the training, disclosing that she had organized similar training in other countries.
She also said that the contributions of the participants from NASSIT is the best which made her proud that they will effectively perform when they return to work this week.
At the end of the session, all the participants were certified by the Management of NASSIT as a way of motivation.
Monday May 26, 2014