The new Chartered Institute of Administrators and Management Consultants (CIAMC-GH) Board of trustees have given the indication that it will make every effort for the institute to obtain Presidential Charter.
The new board chair, Ehunabobrim Nana PrahAgyensaim VI, Paramount Chief of Assin OwirenkyiTraditional Area said this at the opening of the 2022 professional year and the inauguration of the new Board of Trustees of the Institute in Accra.
The Paramount Chief (CIAMC)-Ghana said the Board will work to create and implement a robust and an ambitious strategic plan that sets forth a bold agenda for the Institute.
“We need the Institution to obtain the Presidential Charter and strengthen its international contacts with similar institutions,” he said.
“It will continue to be our responsibility as Trustees to ensure that the vision expressed in the plan is realized during the term of the Board. For this reason, we shall work together, bound by duty, to preserve and enhance the distinctive character of our Institute and to do so with courage, confidence, care, humility, trustworthiness and transparency,” he assured the institute.
The CIAMC- Ghana is a professional body of administrators and management consultants with the aim to promote excellence in the practice of professional administration and management consultancy by examining, chartering, and regulating its members.
‘‘As we begin the term of office of the Board, I look forward with optimism, confidence and courage to a future where the mere mention of the name of this Institute will attract pride, appreciation and admiration. I will alone accept all failures of the institution and share all the successes with all of you,’’ he said.
Nana Prah Agyensaim commended the previous Board Chair and team as well as the Chief Executive Officer of the Institute and its staff for their commitment and achievements.
Mr. Rockson Kwesi Dogbegah, President, Institute of Directors-Ghana, said good corporate governance was about good results and hinged on ethical and effective leadership which involved transparency, accountability, integrity, fairness, responsibility and competence.
He urged organisations to have quality employees, who understood the vision and purpose of the establishment and were motivated and paid well to be in charge of affairs for good corporate governance.
Mr Dogbegah said the processes must be clear and be monitored, evaluated constantly to ensure that the objectives of an organisation was achieved.