Over 2,500 delegated including top public servants, business leaders and CEOs of A-rated organisations will be in attendance when the 2016 edition of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management, kicks off in Abuja, later this year.
According to the institute, the rising unemployment rates in the country will form the thematic thrust of the conference, expected to feature dignitaries from the public service, including the nation’s Industries Minister, Dr Okechuckwu Enelamah.
“Most African countries today is alarming, and this is mainly because many have failed to evaluate priorities, let go of the things they don’t have, create a schedule structure that works best for them and plan for inspiration,” the institute stated.
Tagged ‘People, Potentials, Possibities,’ the 48th National Conference of the institute, scheduled for Abuja International Conference Centre from Tuesday, 18 October to Thursday, 20 October, 2016, according to the institute, will seek ways of unlocking wasting potential in the country.
The institute’s annual national conference has pulled together an assemblage of thousands of practitioners from the private and public sectors of the Nigerian economy.
The conference will provide a platform for intellectual discourse on a theme of contemporary global and national importance.
In the same vein, the conference will exploit the opportunity for eliciting creative and strategic responses that would optimise the competence of the Human Resource Management practice in Nigeria.
The event will further present an atmosphere of learning, inspiration, networking, collaboration, and engagement and remains the best and biggest HR Conference in West Africa.
At previous conferences, delegates are inspired not just to keep pace with emerging trends in the HR world but are also able to benchmark their respect HR practices with others through networking and interactions.