Oman Air Executive Managers Prepare for International Arena
Date : 20 July 2007
Oman Air, the national airline in conjunction with Precept Management Consultancy and People Achieve recently, conducted world class competitive Leadership, Culture, and Executive Service Experience” course for their Omani Executive Management Team.
In this reared Amar Bin Nasser, Divisional Manager Human Resources and Administration said that organisations are struggling to find new ways to achieve strategic advantage in an increasingly competitive economic environment, and Often they are finding that the only sustainable source of competitive advantage is to unleash the power of their people to achieve the maximum value of their Human Capital. Ultimately, an organisation’s ability to survive, grow, and develop depends on its continually making the best use of its people.”
“Keeping in view the fast rising demand in the aviation industry, which is always in the grow up, the course honed the highly skilled visionary and directive management team of Oman Air. The course identified the changes in Oman Air’s dynamics by facing the challenges in building the roadmap for future cultural change to meet the entry of Oman Air into the international arena as a highly skilled competitor.” He added.
Amar Bin Nasser further noted that the course was dedicated to address the challenges we will likely face in the years to come, and outlined ways which can prepare our senior management for the future strategies, that is continue to expand. We must be highly skilled in leadership and management to attain the anticipated goals he said, and that the course provided a comprehensive package to the aspirant and enables them to face the challenges that lie ahead. The course has certainly disclosed new opportunities and benefited those involved.”
From its side Corporate Communications and Media Department affirmed that the aviation sector remains to play a crucial role in the wider economic development of society. Today, aviation changed forever, with changed business models, challenges to the heritage of aviation, challenged management, and real challenges in training. It was now about survival, adding that being faced with these challenges, we must not fail. We need to enhance our aviation not only to facilitate the expected growth of passengers and cargo but also indeed to promote it.
“We at Oman Air accept as true that we must face our future aviation challenges. Preparation for this requires understanding of the dynamics that will shape the air transportation system. With such courses, we can cope with current developments and future trends in aviation. We do believe that the greatest growth potential of any organization is in releasing the full energy, passion, and commitment of its people. It can certainly yield by far the best Return on Investment, though it is also one of the most difficult challenges. The growth potential for professional and inspirational management of our human resources will release more responsibility, more loyalty, more initiative and people will be fully committed and aligned to the Organization’s Strategic Goals. Oman Air continues to give emphasis in the development of its Omani workforce to take higher responsibilities and is proud to state that competent Omanis are holding the majority of high positions.” They concluded.