Prof. Adei Says Serving on public boards should be seen as responsibility than a reward

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A previous Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Prof. Stephen Adei, has informed Board individuals with respect to corporate organizations to stand their ground and demand that the right things are finished.

Having served on the sheets of different associations, Prof. Adei on Footprints on Citi TV scolded board individuals from corporate substances to maintain the premium of their outfits over all others.

“Individuals fail to really see what being a chief is. It involves offering your experience to chiefs. You don’t proceed to oversee it. You meet as a board and offer your experience every so often. You are to fill in as a springboard to the chiefs. Your main interest ought to be in the government assistance of the organization and that’s it. It is against corporate administration and standards to look to profit from your position.”

He conceded that picking the correct way might accompany resistance, however keeps up with that it is seriously satisfying.

As a board part, I demand putting the interest of the associations I present with first. Now and again I experience difficulties, now and then I am tossed out, yet I might want to be tossed out as opposed to think twice about.”

He said serving on a board ought to be viewed as an obligation to add to the achievement of that organization and not a chance to bring in cash.

“Tragically, in our political space being selected as a Board part is viewed as a prize or favor, however not really in light of the singular’s information and limit. This ought not be the situation. It ought to be viewed as an obligation. It should set you back. It ought not be a road for making money. Or something bad might happen, you will be compromised. This is perhaps the greatest test in corporate administration in Ghana.”

Prof. Stephen Adei was selected Chairman of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC).

He additionally filled in as Board Chairman of the Ghana Revenue Authority between October 2019 and August 2021.

Prof. Adei has ability in administration, administration, public management, finance, financial aspects, advertising, and marriage mentoring.