MacLellan organised an Executive Training Programme for the top managers on 23 and 24 July at Chennai.
The Top N Fit Group, Chennai, Jul 2010
The programme named “Top N Fit” was arranged in collaboration with Dr Brian Purdey of “fmlink”, Australia. Dr Purdey is a well-known thought leader and practitioner of international repute in Facility Management. He is also a lead faculty in Bond University, Queensland and Sydney University.
27 people participated in the proceedings and benefitted from the same.
Mr Ravi Nair - Inaugural speech
Mr Ravi Nair, MD of MacLellan Integrated Services, India Pvt Ltd, formally inaugurated the training programme held at the Summit Hall in Breeze Hotel, Chennai on 23 Jul 2010.
The programme was structured in distinct sessions covering topics such as
strategic fm, customer orientation, value added services, financial management, service delivery, service quality, leadership and team building, performance management & benchmarking, contracts management, data management and communication. The interactive phases were very lively and the participants actively contributed to the learning process.
The training methodology included group activities and short, time bound assignments that stimulated the participants to interact with each other and build possible solutions for given case studies.
Group Problem Solving in progress
Such discussions went a long way in building team confidence and achieve bonding.
The group discussions brought out the best in the people in terms of time management and quick problem solving abilities.
The MacLellan India ” Top N Fit” team committed themselves to carry forward their individual learning through positive actions on their own chosen fields so the MacLellan as a whole is benefited.
Dr Purdey - Concluding Session
The programme concluded by the evening on 24 July. The formal written feedback received from the participants indicated that the first training programme of this genre initiated by MacLellan was well received.
The programme feedback and the other aspects of the conduct of the programme (Things went wrong & right) were reviewed by the MacLellan Management.