FranklinCovey brings the world's top trainers to the Middle East
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, November 26 - 2012 at 12:16
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'The 4 Disciplines of Execution' a solution provided by FranklinCovey, reinforces the importance of execution to people as the foundational block by which all organizations learn to achieve their wildly important goals, and correct people's mindset of how to go about executing it successfully.
"Seventy percent of strategic failures are due to poor execution of leadership. It's rarely for lack of smarts or vision."
A hefty statement proclaimed by Ram Charan, official author of What The CEO Wants You To Know and Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done. Behind such a claim, there stands good reason for its unvarnished and cutting occurrence in today's business world. Organizations have come to discover the importance of not only setting their strategy but equally of executing on its strategy and doing so in a successful way; the old adage of "Action speaks louder than words" which translates in organizational terms to "Correct execution to the right strategy is profitable''
Lars has specialized in Strategy Execution, Leadership, Personal Planning and Productivity and has worked for international organizations such as the United Nations and The World Bank.
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 Cafe in order to learn, share and network - with the waiting list for future sessions growing daily.
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