Oxford College of Business wins Best Management Practices Company Award 2023
Oxford College of Business (OCB) was recognised as one of the top companies in the Best Management Practices Company Award 2023 and also awarded the Winner in the Educational Services Category by The Institute of Chartered Professional Managers Sri Lanka. The Best Management Practices Company awards ceremony was held at the Galadari Hotel Colombo on the 16th of March 2023.
The Director/CEO of Oxford College of Business, Mr. Malindu Ranasinghe said, “while I give all Glory and Honour to Christ for this great achievement, it is important to note that effective Leadership is communicating to people their worth and potential so clearly that they are inspired to see it in themselves.Many leaders mistakenly believe that teaching their team consists of pointing out the things people have done wrong and telling them to do it right next time. Unfortunately, this approach is neither helpful nor constructive and in the long-term can lead to strained personal and professional relationships and a haemorrhaging of staff. Not every winning moment has to come from a handbook or a how-to-do manual, giving permission to make mistakes can be the perfect example of how we can learn just as much through the experiences of others. At Oxford College of Business we focus on identifying a person’s hopes, dreams, goals, or the positive aspects of their self-image. Then, once we know what drives a person, we find ways to coach them that will lead to sustained, positive results.”
The “Best Management Practices Company Awards 2023” was organised by the Institute recognising Sri Lankan public and private sector companies/institutions for their organisational growth and success. The awards endorse the best practices in the Management of Companies during 2022 while recognising their leadership, policies and strategies, people management, partnerships and resources, processes, and performances. The awards provides a distinct framework for management teams to revisit and challenge themselves against their respective companies/institutions.
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