Jan 24, 2012
Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited (PTCL) has trained 115 of its senior executives through an ongoing dynamic senior management program “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” pioneered by world-renowned U.S. expert, Stephen R. Covey
“I congratulate our executives on this achievement,” said Senior Executive Vice President HR, Mr. Syed Mazhar Hussain while addressing participants at the certificate distribution ceremony held at PTCL Academy, Islamabad.
“PTCL strongly believes that its talented and loyal employees are the Company’s most precious asset. We are committed to the professional development of our employees beyond their current job. Thus, we are offering various opportunities for their learning, career growth and social mobility”.
A comprehensive three-days training program organized by PTCL’s Training & Development department in collaboration with M/S Frankline Covey, ‘The 7 Habits’ workshop helped participants to improve their performance by endeavoring at the highest levels of effectiveness and teamwork. Each habit was divided into segments and principles. With workshop facilitators’ help, participants applied their learning through case studies, group discussions, role-playing and reflective thinking.
Mr. Hussain applauded the efforts carried out by PTCL’s Training & Development team for making the program an exceptionally beneficial experience for its participants. The trainees highly appreciated the program’s exceptional content and captivating methodology, declaring it as one of the best training programs they ever attended.
“We have a large training infrastructure spread throughout the country and we are investing heavily in our employees’ professional development through various training activities,” said Shahzad Safdar Khan, Executive Vice President, Talent Management & Learning. “Through successful initiatives like the Management Development Program, we are committed to making PTCL a ‘customer-focused corporate organization’ by undertaking spectacular human resource development.”