Muscat, 25 December 2018: Hritik Khimji, Director, Khimji Ramdas, recently outlined the importance of achieving a productive work-life balance to Omani management trainees at Khimji Training Institute in Muscat. Speaking at the event, he spotlighted critical points linked to the impact of overall wellbeing on performance with a speech that inspired the firm’s new employees to move towards a more pragmatic attitude at work, raising their perspective to help them act in their duties as one team delivering to its their full potential.
Welcoming a cadre of 42 Omani men and women, Hritik Khimji said, “As a modern enterprise committed to the group’s long-standing focus on community wellbeing, we combine said values with leadership best practices to ensure an optimal performance from our employees as we help them to realize a strong sense of enjoyability at work and happiness in everyday life. It is known that those who are happy at work deliver to their fullest potential and remain conducive to the positive influences of their environment. This is something that we wish to inspire our entire workforce with as an incentive for the talent we have onboard across our various divisions, and thus the business as an economic contributor”.
Hritik Khimji’s talk covered the importance of combining the quality of dedication with a robust set of social and business ethics capable of propelling each individual’s journey as a cog within a far greater mechanism with the means of attaining positive change in society and success in the KR Group as a business.
He added, “We need to work for something greater than ourselves, and share that with our peers, discussing our plans, our hopes, and our dreams. It is further important that people ask, ‘what am I doing to make a difference?’, both inside and outside of the company, be it at home or within the communities that we live and work in. This boosts employee engagement as it creates new opportunities for interaction, cooperation, and enjoyment; which then translate back to the work environment by increasing our prospects through enhanced collaboration. Whether our employees go on to become entrepreneurs or climb the corporate ladder these traits will prove to be of great value”.
Elucidating on the potential impact of the trainees partaking in the programme, who are set to go forth in key roles amidst a team of 6,000 employees, he concluded, “By realizing ones own vision for happiness we are able to ensure a greater bond with our environment and everybody in it. By acting in a positive and spirited manner we become one and can begin to enjoy the benefits that ensue at work, as well as outside in everyday life. Everything comes together when such balance in achieved”.
Khalid Nasser Al Mashari, a management trainee selected from over 1,000 applicants, commented, “We have the utmost faith in our leadership and the messages they deliver to us as part of the KR Family. We have come to understand how our individual visions as employees link to that of the business and our shared community values, moreover how this impacts the business and furthers our culture of success”.
Khimji Ramdas’ Management Trainee Programme comprises a four month training scheme that includes an intensive three week residential course in Malaysia. The experience attained by graduates are enriched through continued investment in corporate learning initiatives and professional development frameworks with a view to establishing motivated talent as future leaders in Oman’s public and private sector.