Fifteen PPKS Staff Members Complete International Transformational Leadership Programme

Article by Corporate Communication Unit, PPKS

For the fifteen (15) staff members of Pusat Pembangunan Kemahiran Sarawak (PPKS), completing the rigorous International Transformational Leadership Programme (iTLP) has been far more than a moment of triumph; it has paved the way for these staff members to contribute to the transformation of PPKS in line with its theme for 2018 ‘A Stronger PPKS’.

On 17 August 2018, during the certificate presentation ceremony at PPKS Kuching, Mr. Hallman bin Haji Sabri, Executive Director of PPKS congratulated the staff members on their achievement, i.e. completing the internationally-recognised programme by ILM, part of The City and Guilds Group, United Kingdom. He was pleased to note that through the programme, the staff members were able to identify various projects, to contribute to the enhancement of PPKS’s operations.

Mr. Hallman also urged the fifteen staff members to be role models for their subordinates. In this respect, they would need to uphold PPKS’s core values in all aspects of their activities. As leaders, it was also of utmost importance for them to Lead by Example and Walk the Talk. They would also have to wear many hats to bring out the best in their subordinates and work with them to achieve or even exceed various targets.

Mr. Hallman also shared on the importance of succession planning at PPKS. This would go a long way to develop future leaders and prepare them for a world filled with exciting opportunities.

Speaking on behalf of the fifteen staff members, Mr. John Rizal Biki, PPKS Kuching’s Campus Director cum General Manager of the Sarawak Electrical Industry Training Institute (a subsidiary company of PPKS), thanked the Management for the opportunity to pursue the International Transformational Leadership Programme. In this respect, he shared his experience on implementing various cost-saving initiatives at the Miri and Kuching campuses.

Group Photo: Mr. Hallman bin Haji Sabri, Executive Director of PPKS (seated centre) with PPKS Staff Members who have completed the International Transformational Leadership Programme (iTLP).