The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM), the apex regulatory body for the practice of Human Resource Management in Nigeria, just concluded its 32nd Induction Ceremony in Ogun State and 33rd Induction Ceremony in Lagos State.
According to the President of the Institute, Wale Adediran, MCIPM, “The Induction ceremonies indicate evidence of the progressive strides of the Institute. This comes to play as close to 900 individuals were inducted as Associate Members and Full Members. Also, it is notable that the Institute, in conjunction with the Administrative Officer’s Group of the Ogun State Service Commission, is conducting an Induction Ceremony for officers in the Ogun State Civil Service. For us at CIPM, we continuously deliver value through people as we contribute to the professional development to our members.”
Toba Otusanya, MCIPM, Director General, Office of Transformation, Creativity and Innovation, Lagos State, shared Insights on “Building Readiness and Managing HR in the Public Sector” at the Induction Ceremony in Ogun State where over 100 officers came in through HR Practitioners’ Route and Executive Route of Membership to become Associates and Full Members respectively.
Furthermore, over 700 inductees having qualified through the Professional Examination and HR Practitioners’ Routes were inducted as Associate Members of the Institute. They were charged to be the 21st century HR Practitioner by making their seat count at the table. With the increasing fierce competitiveness in every sector of the economy, HR practitioners must understand the important role they play in making their organization stand out by implementing best practices that positively impact the most important resource in the workplace.
The sessions were led by seasoned HR Practitioners which includes Yemi Faseun, MCIPM, Head HR, and Interim COO, FBNQuest Merchant Bank; Kunbi Adeoti, MCIPM, Divisional Director, Human Resources, Leadway Assurance, Toba Otusanya, MCIPM, Director General, Office of Transformation, Creativity and Innovation, Lagos State and Temitope Dalley, Chief Human Resource Officer, Sterling Bank.
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