The Nigerian public is demanding more quality service and value delivery form the State, and significant efforts have been made to re-jig the public service institutions in a strategic response to the agitations for a more efficient and responsive service. This invariably means that the Public Service must seek to improve work ethics and value orientation as well as significantly improve service delivery and value-add to the public. People are critical in achieving this goal. Your distinctive factor for creating and delivering consistent value in the service is your people – the unique blend of competences, qualities and numbers which cannot be easily replicated. However, there can be no significant improvement in value delivery to the public without the public servants who form the engine room of governance.
This programme is designed to reveal practical insights into the crucial role of HR in stimulating, facilitating, and sustaining delivery of value through people in the Public Service.
- Public Service in Nigeria: History, framework, and potentials.
- Strategic Role of HR in aligning people to purpose and objectives of the organization/MDA
- HR Value Proposition
- Framework and practice for delivering value through people
- HR Role in Developing People for Future Challenges
- Performance Management in the Public Sector
- Measuring People Impact in achieving the
- Success in the Service.
At the end of this workshop, participants will:
- Examine the issues and challenges confronting the public service
- Identify and perform their roles as facilitators and enablers in value creation through people
- Learn practical steps for stimulating, facilitating, and sustaining value delivery through people in the service.
- Provide professional input required to motivate people to achieve individual and corporate goals and objectives
- Apply techniques to monitor the ethical and organizational implications of the decisions they make (or fail to make).
- Implement best HR practices to create the atmosphere for great performance in their respective MDAs