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Parliament Ends Quick Fix Management Training

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By Department of Public Relations

The Directorate of Research and Parliamentary Studies has concluded a two-week Quick Fix Management Training organised for the administrators of the Parliament of Sierra Leone.

In light of its aspiration to go corporate, following the appointment of the first female Director General of Parliament, Finda Findosia Fraser by the Parliamentary Service Commission, the training was aimed at quick fixes regarding some challenges affecting the institution’s vision of realising its corporate ambition.

Regarding same, the management training attracted external and internal facilitators in many areas including performance appraisal and management, NASSIT, corporate governance, leadership, streamlining job descriptions, and defining roles and responsibilities among the Clerk of Parliament, Deputy Clerk of Parliament and the Director General.

One of the outcomes of the training has led to the development of action points with deadlines for Departments and Units to improve on service delivery within the Parliamentary Service.

According to Mohamed Alpha Jalloh, Director Centre for Research and Parliamentary Studies, he said he was impressed with the quick fix training for management and promised that they would cascade it to other Staff of Parliament to capacitate them to assist with the work of Parliament and to hold management positions in future.

Director General, Finda Findosia Fraser spoke about several issues including the recommencement of biometric registration and shared a mapping of milestones she intends to achieve in her first 100 days in office.

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