Fiji Time: 6:06 PM on Sunday 4 December

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / News

Positive attitude

Dawn Gibson
Monday, February 17, 2014

SENIOR officials of the Agriculture Ministry have been reminded of the importance of keeping a positive attitude towards their work.

Speaking to the officials at a two-day workshop in Lami last week, minister Lieutenant-Colonel Inia Seruiratu said change was an important aspect of their work.

"Change is important as it is something that cannot be avoided," he said.

"An individual becomes irrelevant if he or she cannot manage changes that come their way."

Lt-Col Seruiratu said change starts from individuals.

"It must start from us — to bring about change we must understand the reasons and the role we play within the organisation."

The workshop allowed 32 participants the opportunity to learn about managing changes in the environment and weather.

"To move leadership to another level, we have to be result-centered," the minister concluded.








Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Westpac
Code Inward TTs Outward TTs
CAD 0.64350.6245
JPY 55.694352.6943
GBP 0.38260.3746
EUR 0.45320.4412
NZD 0.68890.6559
AUD 0.65460.6296
USD 0.48510.4681

from

$0.00

Exchange Rate updated on 2nd December, 2016

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Superstition or fact
  2. Boks blitz Fiji
  3. Fiji heads Cape Town Pool B
  4. PM urges Trump to accept accord
  5. 7s in form
  6. Museum to open WWII tunnels
  7. Queen of Pacific
  8. Civil servants undergo training
  9. Darling of women's 7s
  10. Group uses $6m to help farmers

Top Stories this Week

  1. Superstition or fact Sunday (04 Dec)
  2. Shes Dunn it again! Friday (02 Dec)
  3. Call to be prepared for cyclone season Friday (02 Dec)
  4. Report on Rosi Thursday (01 Dec)
  5. Black magic claim Saturday (03 Dec)
  6. Man gets 13 years for raping child Tuesday (29 Nov)
  7. Black money Monday (28 Nov)
  8. US woman 'healed' by trip to Fiji Monday (28 Nov)
  9. Teachers raise concerns Thursday (01 Dec)
  10. Rotuma Bill opposed Thursday (01 Dec)