Wateen Telecom Organizes Workshop on Creating Winning Teams

Wateen Telecom Management Team at Magic of 1 Training with Umar KhanWateen Telecom recently concluded a 2-Day comprehensive Training Workshop for managers on ‘Creating Winning Teams’- The Magic of 1 in Lahore.

The main objective of this training was to develop an influential cadre in the management that is able to effectively achieve targets and bring about grassroots level change in the organisation. The initiative comes under the umbrella of Wateen’s values and was meant to inculcate those values in employees at every level.

The workshop was especially designed for the upper tier of the management (managers and above) so that they could manage and lead their teams in a more effective way. The training was divided into two main segments: Managing Self and Managing Others which were its key highlights.

The training’s primary focus was to identify and develop their leadership, communication and team building skills through interactive feedback sessions in order to help managers develop a personal strategy that enhances their effectiveness and influence with others at work.

Wateen Telecom has developed a unique system of training and motivation designed to bring employees together by giving them a genuine stake in the company through their personal development and organizational capacity. It also focuses on bringing out the best in individuals so they can transform the environment around them and function better as a team.

Commenting on the importance of the workshop, The Chief Transformation Officer, Asad Rezzvi said “we are an organization that highly value our employees and invest in them.  Business success only follows the cultural success of an organization, therefore it’s imperative to develop leaders in Wateen that inspire and lead with their performance.”


  • Haajra Imran

    They should train their staff in basic phone etiquette first, cannot even begin to explain the absence of competence in Wateen`s staff. It would have been better if they would have outsourced their CSR to India or somewhere.

    • Jahangir Hashmi

      LOL, you certainly seem like a disgruntled user of Wateen. And believe me you are not the only one, I agree there service is not consistent and the disparity of signal connection within my house is bemusing. But truly the most defective feature of the service provided by Wateen is their customer service, they are in shambles and need some sorting out soon.

  • Wateen Fanta

    Wateen Telecom recently concluded… Training Workshop for managers on ‘Creating Winning Teams and Losing Businesses’

  • Javed Hashmi

    This is a perfect way to hide ones in capabilities, the age old spin doctrine method. Do not speak about something which causes distress, instead portray your plus points if you have any. Wateen can not provide the speed it states when buying their connection, i do not know how this exercise could improve their professional culture. You guys need to fix the system first, then do anything about your workforce.

  • Farhan

    I am using the service for the last 4 years without any problem. Don’t want to switch to any other network. It’s good that Wateen is developing its workforce through extensive training that will surely help them to be good future leaders.