Saturday, 29th January 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search
Breaking News:

CIPM charges new inductees on improved performance

By Gloria Ehiaghe
27 September 2018   |   3:32 am
The President and Chairman of Council, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM), Udom Inoyo, has charged the new executive inductees to remain invaluable through their contributions to organisational performance and corporate success. Inoyo, who stated this yesterday, during the induction ceremony of 70 new members, tasked them to continually discharge best practices in…

Udom Uko Inoyo

The President and Chairman of Council, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM), Udom Inoyo, has charged the new executive inductees to remain invaluable through their contributions to organisational performance and corporate success.

Inoyo, who stated this yesterday, during the induction ceremony of 70 new members, tasked them to continually discharge best practices in human resource (HR) management, as well as command respect the profession deserved.

Represented by the Vice President of the Institute, Olawale Adediran, the CIPM chief said the route the executives are admitted is aimed at attracting business leaders and HR practitioners at the senior management and executive level across various sectors of the economy.

Speaking on the theme of the 30th induction ceremony, “HR As Business Leaders”, Managing Partner, Context Consult, Abiola Popoola, urged HR managers to be conscious the prevailing operating environment world, which he described as being VUCA.

According to him, VUCA stands for Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguos, noting that as HR leaders, they must ensure they continually learn, unlearn, and re-learn.

Popoola, who is also an ex-president of CIPM, urged the executives to work in tandem with the organisational goals, and also ensure they helped them succeed.

“HR leaders also referred to as business leaders must add value to the business, move from what is less important to things that create value.

They must ensure they get the best out their employees.”