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Senaat backs Abu Dhabi Excellence Program

ABU DHABI, February 11, 2017

Senaat, one of the largest industrial investment holding companies in the UAE, said it will be joining the Abu Dhabi Award for Excellence in Government Performance (ADAEP) this year.

Instituted in 2006, ADAEP is an awards program designed to recognize exceptional government employees, departments and initiatives, and to encourage the development of a culture of excellence, quality and transparency across organisations in Abu Dhabi, stated Dr Yasir Ahmed Al Naqbi, the director of the office of the Abu Dhabi Excellence Program who led a delegation to Senaat.

It met Senaat’s Executive Management team to discuss the fifth edition of the ADAEP and to highlight the latest developments around the award.

The delegation from Abu Dhabi Excellence Program was part of an awareness campaign organised by the General Secretariat of the Executive Council to shed light on the different requirements and categories of the ADAEP.

Jamal Salem Al Dhaheri, Senaat’s CEO welcomed the delegation, saying: "This year marks Senaat’s first participation in ADAEP and we feel privileged to be in a position to join the ranks of institutions across Abu Dhabi striving for excellence and international standards."

"The delegation’s visit today is an important step in supporting Senaat to build its knowledge of ADAEP," he stated.

"As an industrial champion for Abu Dhabi, a driver of economic diversification, and a major employer of Emirati talent, Senaat takes its commitment to excellence very seriously," stated Al Dhaheri.

"Over the years, we have looked to cultivate and affirm a culture of distinction across our portfolio by investing into a wide range of human development programs that can empower and guide our employees during fundamental decision-making moments that are crucial to the realization of Abu Dhabi’s economic vision," he added.-TradeArabia News Service




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