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CIPM elects new president at 55th AGM

The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) has elected Mr Ahmed Ladan Gobir as the new President and Chairman of the Governing Council.…

The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) has elected Mr Ahmed Ladan Gobir as the new President and Chairman of the Governing Council.

Mr. Gobir’s inauguration signals a new era of inclusivity and diversity in CIPM’s leadership, according to a statement from the CIPM on Thursday.

The 55th Annual General Meeting (AGM), of the organization marked the transition of leadership from the previous administration but also set records with the highest-ever voter turnout.

Over 1,000 members participated in the election and an additional 1,000 members engaged in the virtual AGM.

During the ceremony, the outgoing President, Mr. Olusegun Mojeed, took the opportunity to reflect on his tenure, highlighting significant achievements including a substantial increase in CIPM’s revenue and the propelling of the institute onto the global stage.

In his inaugural address, President Gobir expressed gratitude to the members and unveiled his strategic agenda, encapsulated by the acronym SOAR which is to strengthen strategic alliances and collaborations for the Institute, optimise membership value proposition, automate and digitalize processes and lastly reskill and retool employees and leaders.

CIPM, empowered by legislation (Act of Parliament CAP 115 LFN 2004), continues to uphold its mandate as Nigeria’s apex regulatory HR body, setting standards for HR professionals and practitioners and enabling effective people management and organizational development.

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