The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management said it is set to restrategise the sector anm plans to train 3,000 human resource Managers.
This was disclosed in a statement by CIPM Nigeria during the announcement of its 54th International Conference and Exhibition of the Institute. According to the statement, the conference sessions would provide attendees with knowledge, insights, tools, experiences, frameworks, and new models required for leading and managing people & building and growing nations to thrive.
The Head, Corporate and Marketing Communications, Mrs Mariam Obasunloye, noted that the 54th conference, which would commence with masterclasses from seasoned practitioners, is expected to be a big conversation for action with high-impact virtual dialogues for stakeholders across the civil society, public and private sector where participants can learn, relearn and unlearn.
She said, “The conference will provide all participants with a robust engagement platform as it will be an opportunity to deliberate on topical issues especially those related to recent developments in the world of work, following the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, with practical solutions to navigate through uncertainties.”
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