Leadership capabilities in Fijiâ€™s civil service: perspectives of senior officials
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2019, vol. 41, issue 1, 48-55
This article addresses views on leadership capabilities in Fijiâ€™s civil service and the lessons for their ongoing development. The discussion is based on a survey of the capability perspectives of officials who comprise the serviceâ€™s leadership cadre. Of particular interest are capabilities highlighted in a well-respected leadership capability framework. A significant finding is that permanent secretaries of ministries rated the capabilities of their leadership teams lower than other respondents did. Further research could valuably be conducted into the nature and significance of the serviceâ€™s leadership capability and development needs.
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