The Executive Chairman Iru-Victoria Island LCDA Hon. Rasheedat Abiodun Adu has charged members of the Council staff to be more productive and efficient in service delivery as well as maintain good ethical values within the workplace.
The Chairman made this known at the flag off ceremony of a 4-Day Workshop on Interpersonal Relationship, Effective Communication Skills and Ethical Values in the Workplace on Tuesday, 23rd August 2022, at the Senator Oluremi Tinubu Hall of the Council Secretariat.
The event which was in conjunction with Screen Resources Limited also had in attendance members of the Iru-Victoria Island Management and Resource persons headed by Mrs Funke Daramola, together with Mr Olusegun Balogun and Mr David Jaiyeoba who facilitated the training.
While addressing the participants, the council boss admonished the participants to make good use of the opportunity to learn, unlearn, and relearn in other to impact others at the workplace. She stressed further by saying that the concept of learning is a continuous process that takes place from cradle to the grave. To this end she said that training is an essential tool in the growth of an organization.
Hon. Adu also noted that every selected member of staff is an ambassador of their various Departments and Units and as such must pass on the knowledge from the training to others with the overall aim of upholding ethical values and building an effective Interpersonal relationship at the workplace.
The Head, Administration and Human Resources department, Mr Shakirudeen Omoteji, on his own part, enjoined the participants to be attentive and make the training an interactive one whereby everyone would learn and have a positive mindset to work.
Later on, the Council Manager, Mr Olanrewaju Olalere gave some words of advice to the attendees, he also urged them to build a positive mindset and perception about themselves and see every phase of life as an opportunity.