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St Helena : INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT IN SHG
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 23.03.2013 (Article Archived on 20.04.2013)

Over a period of three weeks, employees of St Helena Government who have been identified as potential new managers through the staff appraisal process, have been undergoing an Introduction to Management course.

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT IN SHG


 


Over a period of three weeks, employees of St Helena Government who have been identified as potential new managers through the staff appraisal process, have been undergoing an Introduction to Management course.


 


The programme covers: supporting the legislative process, an introduction to public sector audit, value for money and efficiency reviews, public finance principles and practice, supporting the policy process and SHG budget and financial management.


 


Members of staff could also attend specific modules to support their continuing professional development in various fields.


 


Susan O’Bey (Director of Strategic Policy and Planning) and a trainer in the sessions commented: “SHG is reforming and restructuring to become a leaner, more efficient organisation. Staff development is a key element in ensuring that these changes happen successfully and can be sustained into the future. The Introduction to Management training is designed to support this, by equipping our future directors and senior managers with the right skills and experiences to help them to become successful in their roles.”


 


The results of the training sessions, which involved staff members practically working together as teams, will see additional skills, collaborative working and effective management.


 


Introduction to Management in SHG began last year, and is hoped to continue into 2013/14, allowing new managers to be developed in their abilities and skills.


 


SHG


22 March 2013

 

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