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Nigeria: NiMet, NIM collaborate on staff training

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) and the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) have partnered to enhance the capacity of NiMet employees.

The Chief Executive Officer of NiMet, Charles Anosike, and the President of NIM, Christiana Atako, recently convened a discussion on this matter in Abuja, as per a release from the agency.

The NIM boss highlighted that the institute’s training would enhance the capacity of NiMet staff and inspire them.

Atako mentioned that NIM offers beneficial programs for the agency, including executive training and intensive training for membership admission programs.

Atako advised NiMet management to consider settling outstanding membership dues for staff members.

“The aim behind this suggestion is to motivate the affected staff and ensure they feel appreciated for their dedication and hard work within the institute.

“The chairman requested that the management of NiMet consider paying outstanding membership dues of staff members as a way of motivating the affected staff.

“She also requested that NiMet consider sponsoring staff to attend the 2024 Annual National Management Conference of the institute holding in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, from  September 22 to 24,” the statement partly read.

Anosike acknowledged the importance of effective management in NiMet’s operations and welcomed the idea of collaborating with NIM to enhance staff development.

“Management is the organizing principle of any institution. NiMet’s workforce is focused on delivering on the mandate given to us by our Honourable Minister, Festus Keyamo, drawn from the Aviation Sector Roadmap for Nigeria. Part of that mandate is staff development.

“Management is the organizing principle of any institution. NiMet’s workforce is focused on delivering on the mandate given to us by our Honourable Minister, Festus Keyamo, SAN, drawn from the Aviation Sector Roadmap for Nigeria. Part of that mandate is staff development,” he noted.

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