The Malta Independent 12 August 2020, Wednesday

Intensive Management training at Sara Grech Ltd

Malta Independent Tuesday, 3 May 2005, 00:00 Last update: about 8 years ago

Sara Grech Ltd, which truly believes in developing the potential of its consultants, has recently organised an intensive management training programme entitled Aspirations for management at Sara Grech to cater for the planned growth of the company.

Three of the company’s property consultants have applied for a managerial position and are all following the management training programme. Training is being delivered at the company’s head offices in Sliema, and the programme is developed and facilitated by Mr David Dingli, managing consultant of Resource Productivity Consulting Services.

The training programme is being run over a six-month period and comprises a number of interactive workshops, with the object of training the participants on the essential skills and modern techniques in management. To ensure that both the property consultants’ individual training needs and Sara Grech Ltd pro-active customer-orientation corporate direction requirements are met, the training methodology adopted at these workshops is very practical and “hands on” in nature.

Company chairman Sara Grech has always believed in top quality and insists she achieves this through three simple beliefs: “Our respect for the individual, a hands-on approach, and quick action. You cannot get any of these without virtually everyone’s commitment.”

Ms Grech goes on to say: “I started the company in 1985 with two property consultants, and since then we have never looked back. The company now employs some 50 staff spread over five branches. Our continuous investment in in-house personnel training and HR development is coordinated in parallel with the company’s pro-active relationship marketing strategic direction.

“This is the basis on which I set up the company, and the foundations on which we have been able to create Malta’s most respected agency on the island. The property market in Malta is becoming increasingly competitive and the customer increasingly discerning. These are clear signs that only the strong players in the real estate market will survive.”

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