The Nigerian Institute of Training and Development (NITAD) has stressed the need to enhance responsive governance through quality service delivery.
It’s President and Chairman of Governing Council, Mrs. Janet K. Jolaso, said the Institute’s “2017 Learners Forum” was targeted at inculcating dedication and professionalism in the public service.
Speaking during the NITAD’s yearly seminar on human resource development held in Lagos, with the theme: “Private Sector Mindset in Public Service”, Jolaso said there was a need for an attitudinal change among civil servants to bridge the entrenched performance dichotomy between the private and public sectors.
At the event attended by executives from private and public sectors, the NITAD boss argued that the role of public servants in bringing about good governance could not be over-emphasised, even though the private sector was still more being business driven and profit orientated.

She expressed the hope that the forum will, through experienced and successful senior career officers and their counterparts in the private sector, diagnose and calibrate its efficiency indices through a balanced analysis, value chains, prospects and challenges. {The Nation Newspaper}




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