Abu Dhabi, 30 August 2012
Opening this year at the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel in Dubai, the GPCA Human Capital Convention scheduled to take place between the 16th and 18th of October 2012, will explore the fundamental issues affecting Operational Excellence from personal and professional perspectives, including culture transformation, change leadership, innovation culture, and talent management.
Altaaat has been invited to deliver the opening workshop on Change Leadership to an audience of Leaders, Executives, Change Drivers, Heads of Project/Program Management Offices (PMO), and Senior Professionals from across the region’s Petrochemicals and Chemicals Industry.
The full day workshop is meant to equip leaders and managers in the industry with the emotional, behavioral and technical understandings they need to successfully drive, manage and sustain change in pursuit of operational excellence. A unique aspect about the workshop is that it complements latest theories and concepts developed on the subject from around the world, with real-life examples from this region; further embedding these with concepts that draw on the region’s most regarded historical teachings on the subjects.
Commenting on the Convention and the Workshop, Mrs. Maha Hussein Chairperson HR Committee, GPCA and President & CEO, PIC said “The convention serves as a platform to engage C-level and Human Resource management professionals on relevant topics at multiple levels to discuss all key concerns including the impact of the recent global recovery on the industry, as well the strategies that can be adopted to ensure a responsive sustainability of leadership and organizational capabilities.”
For more information on the convention and to register please visit http://gpcahumancapital.com
Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) represents a powerful segment of the Gulf region economy. Its industries contributes a significant share to the non-oil GDP of the Gulf as major providers of jobs and the source of vital raw material for a wide range of downstream industries. GPCA was the first trade association formed in the Gulf region in 2006 by its eight visionary founding members: SABIC, Tasnee, Qapco, QVC, Borouge, GPIC, PIC, and Equate. The FoundingMembers’ vision foresaw the need for a voluntary and non-profit association focused on providing the resources, aid and technical assistance, needed by the petrochemicals and chemicals industry of the Gulf. This early insight proved to be accurate, enabling GPCA to come into existence speedily and be immediately accepted in the Gulf.
Today it is the Gulf’s sole trade association, respected and recognized as the collective voice of the petrochemicals and chemicals industries on regional and international issues of common interest. It is also the trusted source of authoritative data on the Gulf region’s petrochemicals and chemicals industries, and has steadily expanded its influence and membership base to offer multiple platforms for stakeholders to network and share best practice.
About Altaaat Leadership Development Institute
The Altaaat Leadership Development Institute started out from Abu Dhabi and is currently serving clients across the Gulf region. Altaaat’s service offerings include the formulating of leadership development strategies, the delivery of bespoke individual and group leadership development programs and the publishing of local current and historical leadership case studies; all targeting the GCC region’s governments, public entities, businesses in the various sectors, and local educational bodies.
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