DQG hosts management seminar
Dubai, January 4, 2009
Dubai Quality Group (DQG) in collaboration with Ascent held a one-day seminar with the theme "Vision to Results."
The high-level seminar focused on assisting organisations assess their business standing and identify steps and tools that will allow them to convert their vision into high-yielding performance, said an official spokesman.
Founder and managing director of Ascent, distributors of globally recognised behavioural development programmess, Triptta Fernandez was the keynote speaker at the seminar.
Fernandez discussed a new business model called Vision to Results (VTR), which has been developed by the Centre for Leadership Studies after conducting an extensive research based on the subject of situational leadership.
"The seminar's speaker, Triptta Fernandez, who has several years of experience as a consultant with major multinational firms, local business houses and government sector organisations in the Middle East, India and Pakistan, had a lot to offer DQG members and the rest of the participants of this exclusive seminar. The ideas she shared based on her expertise in enabling organisations maximise their human assets and optimise their efficiency and effectiveness, proved extremely beneficial to the seminar participants,” said,” chairman of DQG Marwan Al Sawaleh.
The VTR model, which has been developed with respect to the key "patterns" of vision, change, implementation and results, focuses on variables that have the greatest impact on an organisation's performance.
Furthermore, the speaker discussed ways to align the process-oriented model with the specific demands and requirements of the local business environment in Dubai.
Fernandez’ particular areas of specialty in training and application include leadership, performance management, team building, conflict management, sales, and service training. – TradeArabia News Service
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