Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) has stressed its keenness to adopt a culture of future prospecting to instill as a work system to be emulated by its leaders and staff members, to achieve the goals it was created for and crystalize its mission, vision and values, achieve the leadership’s wise vision, elevate the business community in Sharjah and ultimately empower the emirate’s position as a pioneering regional and international economic hub.
This came at a workshop organized by the Training and Development Center at Sharjah Chamber that hosted Major General Dr. Abdul Quddus Abdul Razzaq Al Obaidly, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Quality and Excellence at Dubai Police that was attended by HE Abdullah Sultan Al Oweis, SCCI’s board members and Chairman of the Board, government officials, local and federal entities’ directors, and CEOs of prominent companies from the private sector in Sharjah and a 100 staff members from the Chamber.
The workshop revolved around the culture of future prospecting in the UAE, how to put in place future plans for the local and federal departments, the position of prospecting in the fourth generation’s system, and how to deal with the topic of prospecting relevant to capabilities and results and specifying its indicators.
Mariam Saif Al Shamsi, Director General Assistant for the Support Services Sector, said that organizing this workshop comes within Sharjah Chamber’s endeavors to enhance excellence and scientific strategic planning and incorporating them into its work culture, which would elevate its performance and services to the levels of prominent of establishments in this field, and would guarantee the best representation for the business community in Sharjah emirate.
Major General Dr. Abdul Quddus Abdul Razzaq Al Obaidly announced a plan to organize workshops to enhance individuals’ and families’ abilities in prospecting and making strategic plans and said: “We take upon ourselves the issue of educating society and establishments on the proper techniques for strategic planning, and our goal is to train 10,000 individuals as part of a systematic plan to make planning an Emirati systematic approach”, and he pointed out that most board members and consultants are working on making strategic planning and prospecting a reality in the near future.
At the end of the workshop the Chairman of the Board and the Director General honored Major General Al Obaidly in appreciation for his efforts and contributions to enhance a culture of excellence in the UAE, and, Al Obaidly, in turn, expressed his gratitude to Sharjah Chamber for organizing such discussion sessions, lectures, and workshops to motivate the work teams’ culture from time to time and praised the level of attendance and interaction at the workshop.