INNOVATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: EXECUTIVE TRAINERS LTD. TRAINS LAGOS TOP PUBLIC SERVANTS ON GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
By Oki Samson
The public service of a national or subnational government is identified as the fulcrum of any noteworthy development. Thus, a growing society like Nigeria’s must place adequate premium on enabling the public servants with requisite knowledge, insight and experience.
This underscored the recent training that Lagos top public servants spread across the different ministries, departments, and agencies in Lagos State Civil Service passed through in the past few days. The training facilitated by Executive Trainers Ltd. took place at the University of London’s School of Slavonic and East European Studies, London, UK.
The fast-track executive training themed: ‘Higher Education-Business-Government Collaboration: Global Perspectives for Innovation and National Development’ offered the Lagos public servants an on-the-spot interaction and high-level training from the best.
Drawing resource persons from the academia, politics, business, history, and other key sectors from across the world, the participants credited the executive training as offering significant impact to their leadership and administrative capacity. They also say that the knowledge acquired is practical enough to be deployed into their daily activities. They expressed deep satisfaction at the planning and execution of the masterclass training held by Executive Trainers Ltd, Trek Africa Newspaper can reliably report.
Speaking at the close of the training, the Managing Director/CEO of Executive Trainers Ltd and Convener, Dr. Mrs. Ajoke Ogunsan noted that the organization has over the years replicated the success of the just-concluded training for government officials, business leaders, nonprofit managers, and other top-tier leadership. She affirmed ‘this training, I can assure, is value for money’ for everyone that have participated.
While praising Lagos State Civil Service for enrolling her top leaders, she urged other states’ governments to avail their staff ‘the upskill training’.