Ways to Increase Effectiveness of Managerial Staff Training in the Sphere of Public and Municipal Administration

Asya Efimovna Eroyan, Natalya Vladimirovna Andreeva, Elena Anatolievna Gorlova, Tigran Levonovich Oganesyan, Levon Levonovich Oganesyan


This Article features the specifics of public employees training in Russia as well as analyses some key issues and tasks on how to achieve higher professional levels among state and municipal employees. It depends on a civil servant how stable is the operation of enterprises, institutions and organizations, and, therefore, how decent is the standard of living of citizens in the modern environment. This is why we see it as one of the top priorities of the public service institution to be even more effective the implementation of its economic and social functions, such as government regulation of the economy. Thereby, the professional training of public servants in the Russian Federation is an issue of a very high importance. Today, there is a strong need to readjust the requirements and values in the sphere of civil servants training in this country. Why is it so that the qualification of civil servants has such an important role in the economic and political spheres of this country? Because it is exactly from the above effort that the right moral and professional orientation starts, which is indispensable to perform public duties in a proper manner. The results of this analyses can be used to develop such required programs for adjustment training courses and skill upgrading of public officials at all levels of administration.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s6p321

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