Friday, March 20, 2020

SDGs' Development: Staff's Capacity Building is One Of The Greatest Commitments Of CEPEJ- Mulade

....says for  Excellent Organizational Performance, CEPEJ will continue to Train its Staff.

...says Leadership Skills a prerequisite for the attainment of Agenda 2030 on the gains of Building capacity in the Civic space.

...says capacity building one of CEPEJ's greatest Commitment in the 21st Century.

.....says Excellent Communication Skills Promotes Management Excellence.

.....says Organizational  Growth and Development is nearest in meaning to Staff's  quality Leadership Skills.

... as Civil Society Leaders in the Six Geo-political zones of Nigeria storms Warri for Leadership Skills training.

....Mulade counsells Civil Society Leaders on the imperatives of Skill Development, and Management Development for Excellent Civic space.

....says Skills on resource mobilization is important towards success in social works. CEPEJ Boss issues Certificates to all Participants for their result- oriented programs ,  better networking, identification and Staff Performance.

By Victor Bieni

WARRI- International and World Acclaimed Non- Governmental Organisation (NGO), Center for Peace and Environmental Justice, (CEPEJ),  based in Nigeria  with its headquarters in Warri Delta State recently organised a three-day training to build the capacity of its staff in communication, networking and leadership skills.

Participants were drawn from the NGO's Abuja, Kano, Lagos, Minna and Warri Offices for the 2020 training exercise which marked the 2nd edition of the annual staff training in CEPEJ. It  focused on the acquisition of leadership and communication skills, as well as stakeholder identification, networking and resource mobilization skills.

The Niger- Delta Activist who was interviewed by our reporter at the group's official headquarters in Warri, Delta State stated emphatically that the capacity building exercise was organized to impart and inculcate into staff members, skills of leadership and followership for carrying out their day to day official duties.

Comrade Mulade, a World renowned Environmentalist noted further that the  training organized by the NGO's Management, flowed from the passion of its National Coordinator, Comrade Sheriff Mulade who wants people around him to grow and succeed in whatever they do.

To this end, the training featured complex exercises and interactive sessions among participants, with Dr. Austin Onuoha and Dr. Godwin Orhadahwe as facilitators.

Each session was educative, interesting, engaging, resourceful and interactive. During the seminar, the two facilitators tried to achieve the objectives of the training via open discussions, practical demonstrations and group work, advising participants to speak skillfully always.

 CEPEJ Boss added that its  staff's  capacity building training was done in the  in three sessions, which included: Morning, midday and afternoon sessions.

He told our reporter that at the end of the training, certificates of participation were presented to each participant by the National Coordinator on behalf of the Board of Trustees, after which the staff held a general meeting with the CEO at the Center’s Board Room.

According to the Civil Society Leader who is also Peace and human rights advocate, he stated that CEPEJ as an  NGO used the avenue to celebrate its staff, and showed  appreciation to them that  Day on their excellent performances in their various zones.

  The auspicious occasion according to Mulade gave the Organization  the impetus to honor some of their staff, which  he said that three most outstanding staff, Mr Olatoke Olasupo, ICT Administrator, Warri Office, Mrs Nafisat Amadu, Senior Programmes Manager, Abuja Office, and Mrs. Ajayi Victoria, Corporate Communications and Networking Manager, Lagos Office, were recognized/honoured for their commitment and dedication to duty.

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