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GCAA kicks off series of workshops with employees

Posted 29 May 2017 · Add Comment

The General Civil Aviation Authority has started a series of workshops with the attendance of H.E. Saif Mohamed Al Suwaidi Director General and Laila Hareb Al Muhairi, Assistant Director General of Strategy and International Affairs in order to prepare for the Sheikh Khalifa Government Excellence Awards.

In the kick-off workshop, Al Suwaidi has stated, “we would like our manpower to bring their expertise and innovative ideas to find ways for us to tackle issues and come up with creative solutions for the aviation industry to increase our quality of services, productivity and excellence”.

Laila Hareb Al Muhairi, assistant director strategy and international affairs said, “The first workshop, which includes employees from all levels and department across the organisation, will tackle the criterions of the SKGEP awards that are applicable for the GCAA in order to find ways to be more efficient and productive in the aviation sector. It is also to identify improvement areas and opportunities, which helps the GCAA to achieve its ambitious objectives and strategy”. 

During such sessions and workshops, topics are discussed within work teams. The workshops offer a new experience and practical methodology while providing ample activities, which allow participants to think according to a solution-based perspective through conducting intensive discussions and open dialogues.

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