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Employee development programme launched at Imdaad

Tatwir, which translates to 'development' from Arabic, is aimed to identify, develop, and retain high-potential talent within Imdaad, according to a company statement

Imdaad recently unveiled its employee development programme, Tatwir.
Imdaad recently unveiled its employee development programme, Tatwir.

IFM provider Imdaad announced it has launched an employee development programme, titled 'Tatwir'. 

The plan is in line with Dubai Plan 2021's vision to further the potential of the emirate's residents. 

Tatwir, which translates to 'development' from Arabic, is aimed to identify, develop, and retain high-potential talent within Imdaad. 

Imdaad's management will assess its "outstanding employees" through feedback, workshops, focus groups, and assignments and projects. 

An online psychometric test will be administered as part of the first stage of identifying the five strengths of an employee along with a personality analysis test, followed by a one-on-one feedback to analyse personal strengths and style.

The workshop and activity-based learning stage will also include exercises such as strengths-finder, six thinking hats, and fish for leaders.

Lastly, the projects and assignments phase will focus on the problem solving skills of employees, which can help employees in further enhancing their creativity and innovation skills. 

In a statement, Imdaad said Tatwir is focused on enhancing employee skills in areas such as problem-solving, decision making, and leadsership. 

Remarking at the launch of the programme, Jamal Abdullah Lootah, Imdaad's CEO, said: "Imdaad has always believed in the strength and capabilities of its employees and has therefore launched various initiatives in the past to offer them a platform to enhance their skills and voice their opinions.

"Tatwir is designed to identify employees who demonstrate consistently high performance and offer them sufficient opportunities to improve their skills to become competent, happy, healthy and productive individuals who can take on leadership roles in the future for comprehensive development of the company, the city of Dubai, and the UAE." 

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