As part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, Goodwill, Ooredoo recently celebrated the completion of the fifth wave of its popular Spring Forward program, in collaboration with the Ministry of Labor. Organized under the auspices of His Excellency Sayyed Salim Musallam Al Busaidi, Undersecretary of the Ministry for Human Resources Development, and Amaal Al Lawati, Director of Human Resources of Ooredoo, the event rewarded the 23 graduates and their projects, including the winner, SAYADTI for Car Care, which was created by Khola al Juanaibi, Afrah Al Juanaibi, Najma Al Mamari and Aida Al Kiyumi. As of September 2021, the program included four leadership workshops and personal development sessions.
Raed Mohammed Dawood, Director of Branding, Communications and Corporate Affairs at Ooredoo, said, “Ooredoo always aims to support the advancement of the Omani people, while promoting sustainable economic and social growth. For nearly five years, the Spring Forward program has provided participants with a unique opportunity to learn how to manage a team and work on their confidence as leaders, benefiting women and men of all ages, interests, social status and career path, we work closely with industry leaders and certified trainers to continue their development and growth. ”
As part of a comprehensive career development program, Spring Forward is a central pillar of Ooredoo’s CSR strategy. Along with the award-winning Springboard program, now in its 20th wave (launched in 2014), the courses aim to help young Omanis reach their full potential, while meeting current market needs with long-term impact by to listen.
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