Skopos launches new ‘Coredia’ arm
Dubai, February 27, 2011
Skopos Consulting Group, a leading provider of customised Organisation Development (OD) solutions, has launched its new arm, Coredia Consulting, in response to robust demand for its services in the region.
Coredia will build on international best practices to create tailored leadership solutions geared towards the specific needs of the local markets.
Coredia will offer world-class services from its offices in Dubai, Cairo and Bahrain. The new arm will adopt an Action Learning model in which its consultants will work hand-in-hand with organisations. It will also provide support in implementing Change Initiatives, while, at the same time, building internal capability to lead future change programmes.
Coredia is led by Amr Yehia, a leading design and implementation expert in the field of leadership development. Coredia’s long-term solutions include executive leadership development, executive coaching, middle management development, CFT development, management coaching and potential management development. Its short-term offerings, on the other hand, will encompass on-boarding, mentoring, communication, innovation and leadership surfacing programs.
“Coredia will offer customers an organisational leadership framework that complements the business strategy and possesses the same levels and quality of service that have made Skopos a trusted name in organisational development,” said Dr Hussein El Kazzaz, managing director, Skopos Consulting Group.
Skopos Consulting Group was originally based in the US but then moved to the Middle East in 2002 to focus on delivering world-class Organisation Development techniques to the region’s business community.-TradeArabia News Service
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