Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) Training and Development department arranged a one day HR Seminar, titled “Maximizing Organizational Potential through Inclusive HR Practices” at PTCL Academy Islamabad.
PTCL Management views learning and development of employees as the most significant area in overall Human Resource Management function and thus has made it a strategic focus. Side by side the training campaigns for all tiers, a series of seminars on well thought off and diversified titles have been initiated.
The HR professionals and scholars from the top ranking universities like Dr. Abbas Ch (Vice Chancellor UET Taxila), Mr. Zafar Taji (Senior HR Professional), Prof Amanullah Khan (Riphah University), Mr. Athar Hameed (HR Head at NUST), Mr. S. J. Raza (HR Director Microsoft), Mr. M. Afzal (T&D NBP) and Dr. Tahir Masood (Director Management Studies – UCP) presented their views and shared their wisdom about the broad caption of the seminar.
SEVP HR PTCL Syed Mazhar Hussain while acknowledging this achievement, highlighted the pragmatic approach of PTCL and stated that PTCL is Developing Customer Centric Approach in the employees and keeping the pace with the dynamic trends of the Telecom Industry has always been a priority of the management, He expressed his satisfaction over the initiative and said that it is the utmost priority of PTCL Management to maximize the potential of the organization through enhancing skills and competence of peerless HR resource and we will ensure that the training produces visible and desired results.
Shahzad Safdar Khan EVP OD &( Training & Career Development) also expressed his views on the occasion and said that we believe PTCL employees have enormous potential that needs to be exploited and have the capability to make PTCL believing telecom operator of the region ,he further added that the Training and Development team has been making untiring efforts to turn PTCL into a true corporate entity. He expressed gratitude to his team and attributed this success to team work.