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Top executive’s success story inspires youth
Times News Service
December 23, 2012 , 4 : 00 am GST
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Promoting and believing in excellence is the biggest driver and whatever one is doing, one should do it to the best of one's ability and under no circumstances should excellence be compromised, Harib Al Kitani, the CEO of Oman LNG, has said.
He was the guest speaker at The Achievement Lunch & Learn Series for this month and he was sharing his insights on the topic 'Building & Leading a High Performance Organisation'.
The event was attended by a number of executives and professionals from different sectors.
Al Kitani talked of his personal journey from a young process operator in PDO to Oman Refinery Company, then Oman LNG, Qalhat LNG and then finally back at Oman LNG. He shared how he took advantage of every opportunity that came his way to serve, to learn, to grow and to contribute the best he can.
Harib went on to talk about the changes occurring around the world and how Omani organisations like Qalhat LNG and Oman LNG have successfully competed in the global market.
He also touched on the "shifting sands" in Oman and how people need to stay ahead of these changes and continue to excel.
He inspired the audience with his "ingredients for success" and also went on to explain the five pillars of a high performance
Harib shared his personal stories about how he and his colleagues at Qalhat LNG and Oman LNG built very successful high performing organisations which have won several national and international trophies and to uched the lives of so many people in Oman through the social investment activities.
Many young Omani professionals present were inspired by the fellow Omani who has been able to achieve great success in the global market. What impacted them most was the simplicity with which this great success was accomplished.
Harib did not present any complicated management theories or complex formulae for success. He presented simple and straightforward common sense principles based on inspiration from the heart, commitment from all, total alignment, service to the community, and above all, having
fun doing it.
The Achievement Centre in Oman is part of The Achievement Centre International (TAC) based in Canada. TAC specialises in organisational and leadership development. Together with its other Canadian partners, TAC provides complete solutions in Organisational Change & Development, Total Quality Management and Human Resources Development.
TAC paced learning, coaching and development programs focus on enhancing the organisational KASH (Knowledge, Attitude, Skills and Habit).
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December 28 at 2 : 17 am
I found reading this article heart warming, most interesting for me was the clear leadership that is being presented here! Success is never about being complicated or flash or importantly selfish. Its about being simple and straightforward, using common sense and doing whats right for others, not necessarily for yourself. This always results in rewards and most of all long lasting success, but this article includes the importance of a key secret, having fun doing it. I wish all in the Sultanate a healthy, happy and prosperous 2013
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