Importance of Implicit attitude in Civil Services
Implicit attitude consists of thoughts or feelings that are generated outside the persons conscious. It measures positive and negative thoughts, which are generated unintentionally and are uncontrollable.
The seven principles of the civil service are accountability, honesty, integrity, selflessness, leadership, objectivity and openness. These principles must be an integral part of the civil service not just a component. When these principles are demonstrated through the implicit attitude in civil service it enhances the trust worthiness of the governance system. This will aid in bridging gap between the executive and citizens resulting in robust system of governance.