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‘CIPM changing HR practice in Nigeria through innovative ideas’

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Udom Uko Inoyo

The President and Chairman of Council of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM), Udom Inoyo has said that the institute is continually implementing innovative ideas, which are positively changing the face of Human Resource (HR) in Nigeria.

He said the institute has achieved a lot through transforming, developing and sustaining professional excellence in HR profession, noting that one of which is the annual recognition for organisations with outstanding HR practices in Nigeria.

The CIPM boss, who stated this at the Institute’s Award Night held recently in Lagos, restated the body’s commitment to deepening human capital development in Nigeria.

According to Inoyo, the Institute is deepening acquisition and application of knowledge and skills in HR practice by promoting professional excellence through reward system created by the institute, which is at its sixth edition.

“Perception matters a lot in human development as it plays a key role in shaping the mind-set and opinion of the people in and around the institution.

“We are transforming, developing and sustaining professional excellence in HR profession, one of which is the annual recognition for organisations with outstanding HR practices in Nigeria,” he said.

In his remark, the Governor of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode, stated that his administration appreciates the benefits of a strategic partnership with the CIPM, hence the training and retraining of its workforce through the Public Service Development Centre (PSSDC) with the CIPM.

CIPM is charged with the responsibility of regulating the practice of Human Resources, HR, and management in Nigeria.


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