Governor Stephen Kipyego Sang, has singled out training as the strategy he is employing to position Nandi as a model County from which the rest can learn.
Mr Sang terms training as a criticalaspect of equipping his staff to deliver exemplary service to the residents of Nandi County.

The Governor made the remarks while addressing Members of the County Executive Committee who were undergoing training at the Kenya School of Government.
Gunned with the appreciation that officially introducing employees to the culture and values of an organization is imperative, Nandi County government has begun the process of empowering its officers. The county’s executive committee members convened at the School in Lower Kabete to gain knowledge and share ideas on elevating the county. This is focused on ensuring the officers structure and direct the county’s business effectively.

Mr. Sang ensued upon the leaders to enhance their leadership credibility and prepare to offer effective services to Nandi people. He also urged the officers to create good sense of confidence to the Nandi people by ensuring that they build, perform and sustain good service delivery.He encouraged them to uphold professionalism and the public service values as enshrined in the Constitution while also upholding Chapter Six of the Constitution. The Governor encouraged the CECs members to remain committed in sharpening their skills which they will need to translate into practice.

"Better spend five hours sharpening the axe and two hours cutting down the trees rather than spending five hours cutting the trees and two hours sharpening the axe," the Governor said. Saying that it is a challenge to have a new team in the Cabinet in running the County, Governor Sang urged the members to showcase the potential of Nandi County.

He affirmed to the CECs that he is ready to support them in their role which is critical in service delivery to the citizens.

He also urged them to be ambassadors of Nandi County through working as which will help them deliver better in running the County. Governor Sang appreciated the School in its provision of training programs, consultancy, research and advisory services proposing that he is looking forward to utilize the Schools Baringo Campus for training most of his staff due to proximity.

"Baringo Campus is closer to my County and it is easier to access it especially for a huge number of staff," the Governor told the KSG management.

He commended the School for being instrumental in addressing institutional problems through equipping their respective staff with requisite skills and knowledge for effective service delivery.

The Governor took cognizance of the fact that as organizations continue to diversify opportunities intensify, so does the workplace problems. Leaders have the responsibility, according to the Governor, to address those problems.

"How organizational leaders structure and direct an organization as well as how they behave within an organization are critical elements to the success of an effective quality service delivery," the Governor said.

Dr. Joseph Kosure, who was the course facilitator informed the CECs that according to the Kenyan Constitution, County Executive Committee is entitled to implement county legislation, manage and coordinate the functions of the county administration and its departments and perform any other functions conferred on it by this Constitution or national legislation.

"The county executive committee shall provide the county assembly with full and regular reports on matters relating to the county," said Dr. Kosure.

focused on ensuring the officers structure and direct the county’s business effectively. Mr. Sang ensued upon the leaders to enhance their leadership credibility and prepare to offer effective services to Nandi people. He also urged the officers to create good sense of confidence to the Nandi people by ensuring that they build, perform and sustain good service delivery. He encouraged them to uphold professionalism and the public service values as enshrined in the Constitution while also upholding Chapter Six of the Constitution. The Governor encouraged the CECs members to remain committed in sharpening their skills which they will need to translate into practice. ―Better spend five hours sharpening the axe and two hours cutting down the trees rather than spending five hours cutting the trees and two hours sharpening the axe,‖ the Governor said. Saying that it is a challenge to have a new team in the Cabinet in running the County, Governor Sang urged the members to showcase the potential of Nandi County. He affirmed to the CECs that he is ready to support them in their role which is critical in service delivery to the citizens. He also urged them to be ambassadors of Nandi County through working as which will help them deliver better in running the County. Governor Sang appreciated the School in its provision of training programs, consultancy, research and advisory services proposing that he is looking forward to utilize the Schools Baringo Campus for training most of his staff due to proximity. ―Baringo Campus is closer to my County and it is easier to access it especially for a huge number of staff,‖ the Governor told the KSG management. He commended the School for being instrumental in addressing institutional problems through equipping their respective staff with requisite skills and knowledge for effective service delivery. Nandi County Governor Stephen Sang (centre) and the School’s Deputy Director Learning and Development Mr. Andrew Rori (on his left) are joined by the County Executive Committee members for a group photo. The Governor took cognizance of the fact that as organizations continue to diversify opportunities intensify, so does the workplace problems. Leaders have the responsibility, according to the Governor, to address those problems. ―How organizational leaders structure and direct an organization as well as how they behave within an organization are critical elements to the success of an effective quality service delivery,‖ the Governor said. Dr. Joseph Kosure, who was the course facilitator informed the CECs that according to the Kenyan Constitution, County Executive Committee is entitled to implement county legislation, manage and coordinate the functions of the county administration and its departments and perform any other functions conferred on it by this Constitution or national legislation. ―The county executive committee shall provide the county assembly with full and regular reports on matters relating to the county,‖ said Dr. Kosure.