Mar 28 2012
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ENOC leads the debate as The Knowledge Café launches in Dubai
Wednesday March 28, 2012, Dubai, UAE During the difficult economic downturn many 'best practice' organisations re-evaluated their human resources methods to retain talent and focused on employee engagement in order to maximise performance in the workplace and maintain a competitive edge. ENOC is one such company, which, despite the times of uncertainty and austerity, responded by optimising its spend on world-class training and change management programmes; employee engagement and recognition initiatives; innovation platforms and performance systems. The result has been positive, with the Dubai government-owned energy group maintaining low staff attrition levels, experiencing improved engagement and sustained performance. Maggie Williams, specialist in Management and Leadership Development at ENOC, shared and discussed how employee engagement surveys and robust action planning can influence training decisions - sharing ENOC's Excellence in Practice training success story with 40 of the UAE's top HR and training professionals during the official launch of The Knowledge Café.
Created by FranklinCovey Middle East and its affiliate company, Qiyada, The Knowledge Cafe brings the world's top trainers to the Middle East, with many planned to lead future TKCs on topics such as Leadership, Coaching, Communication and Team Building at this exclusive interactive information sharing and networking community. With numbers capped at 40 to ensure maximum interaction, some of the UAE's most prominent organisations, including: Americana, DEWA, AW Rostamani, Dubai Airports, Chalhoub Group, DP World, Jumeirah, KHDA and Emaar Hospitality, have all signed up to be part of the bi-monthly think tank. Attendees include senior HR and Leadership and Development professionals, participating in The Knowledge Café in order to learn, share and network - with the waiting list for future sessions growing daily.
For more media information, please contact Ian Hainey at IHC for FranklinCovey Middle East on +971 50 466 1368, firstname.lastname@example.org
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