Qatar Petroleum honoured more than 450 "frontline leaders" who have completed an 18-month specialised leadership programme, the second of which it has organised for its senior employees.
The event was held at the Qatar National Convention Centre under the patronage of HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi, also the president and CEO of QP, and was attended by QP’s executive leadership team.
Al-Kaabi congratulated the participants and thanked them for their commitment to development and for their efforts to help achieve QP’s vision of becoming one of the best national oil and gas companies in the world.
He said, “We know that many companies can buy the best systems and machines, but without well-qualified, skilled, and motivated people operating and managing them, they will get nowhere.”
The minister stressed that learning matters, and that everyone in QP needs to apply their newly learnt knowledge and skills in the workplace.
“This is a new culture that we need to build in order to enjoy greater speed and agility as an organisation, and to take our place on the global stage,” al-Kaabi added.
The minister reiterated that “investment in leaders will continue as learning becomes a never-ending journey at QP.”
Each of the mandatory leadership programmes was customised to QP and co-designed in a partnership between its Human Capital Directorate and top business schools.
More programmes are planned for 2020 to address emerging priorities and needs.
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