PIM Karachi Taking Ownership at Work Event 8 April 2019
April 08, 2019
Venue: PIM, Karachi.
A CULTURE OF OWNERSHIP IS NOT CREATED BY ECONOMIC INTEREST, IT
SPRINGS FROM EMOTIONAL COMMITMENT – Anonymous
The difference between an out-performer and an under-performer is Ownership at the workplace. An abstract concept but a powerhouse when in play. Do you find yourself feeling that you spend too much time in creating buy in towards what needs to be achieved? Does it help to know that alignment in purpose can lift any barrier to success! Like us, our organizations also want to maximize influence & impact in the sphere of their existence. To enable them; we the people who represent the organization have a huge role to play in understanding & enhancing our commitment to the purpose of not just our existence but contribute wholeheartedly to make each day the best one for us & those around us.
Join us in this 1 day workshop where we will dig deep into our courage, challenge some assumptions & learn useful frameworks that will contribute to an uplift once applied back at the workplace.
• Identify 3 key types of personalities at the workplace
• Result Orientation vs Task completion
• Formulating a structure for ownership at the workplace
• Human Resource Professionals and Managers
• Team leads & Supervisors
• People who are thrilled about learning new skills
Mr. Zain Goplani
(CONSULTANT & FACILITATOR)
Zain is a Management Consultant and Behavioral Trainer at Funverks Global. Zain has trained people from diverse and multi-faceted backgrounds. Providing learning experiences to top-notch academia and creating valuable interventions for renowned corporates.
With a Masters in Human Resources Management from Australia, Zain has developed expertise in training diverse teams on specialized behavioral skills some of which includes: Selling Skills, Team Management, Customer Service, Personal Grooming, Professional Communication, Conflict Resolution, Emotional Intelligence and Lateral Thinking.
Duration: One Full Day (9:30 AM to 4:30 PM)