DCG hosts leadership conclave to help businesses address challenges

Continuing its aim of building capability within the IT industry, Dubai Computer Group (DCG) had organised a two-day workshop called Business Leadership Conclave with a theme of ‘Make it happen, make it matter’. While Toshiba was the Platinum sponsor; AOC, ASBIS, Supermicro and XFX were Gold sponsors for the event.

According to the organisers, the event’s primary objective was to assist business owners and their frontline staff overcome the challenges facing the industry by renewing their organisational outlook and approach with the help and training of guest experts Simerjeet Singh and Reg Athwal.

Singh is a professional speaker with expertise in sales motivation techniques, leadership excellence, adaptability, achieving one’s highest potential and ways to bounce back after setbacks.

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On 29th Sep 2018, Singh will be conducting an interactive workshop for 300 customer facing employees of DCG member companies to help them boost their sales techniques, improve skills and communication as well as build confidence. He is also engaged with well-known institutions like IIM Ahmedabad and IIM Lucknow.

On 30th Sep 2018, Athwal will be conducting a full day workshop for a select group of 60 DCG member company owners and CEOs. Athwal is a strategic advisor to some of the world’s most influential CEOs and a world-renowned professional speaker. He has a track record of building several high growth companies. He will be conducting a management workshop schedule to impart skills of building alliances and networks, expanding boundaries in business, fine-tuning entrepreneurial legacy and next generation development.

“This is one of our biggest training events organised to date with world class speakers and is hopefully the first of many more to follow,” said Dharmendra Sawlani, president, DCG. “Workshops like these will help the local businesses begin to change their business paradigms and hopefully help the industry thrive in an era of several macro-economic and industry shifts.”

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