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NCE enters into collaborative agreement with Great Place Research and Consultancy


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NCE and GPRC officials at the signing of the agreement

The National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka (NCE) which is the only private sector chamber that exclusively serves Sri Lankan exporters, entered into a collaborative agreement with Great Place Research and Consultancy Ltd. (GPRC) in January 2019. 

‘GPRC’ is engaged as pioneers of a social movement, to encourage all those who wish to create their own ‘Great Work Places’. This consultancy firm believes that change can be best achieved by encouraging organisations to aspire to become their best, rather than demanding that they fix what is wrong. By focusing on the examples set by Great Work Places around the world, the good news is spread that any company anywhere can follow in their footsteps.

GPRC believes that every company can be a Great Work Place. In this context GPRC exists to make that happen, by endeavouring to help organisations to transform their cultures. In terms of its mission, GPRC believes in changing the quality or work for all employees throughout the world. The robust models of GPRC to understand workplace cultures has led it to develop peerless workplace assessment tools to help companies interpret their workplace cultures and decide how they can launch change initiatives. In this regard the powerful concepts developed by GPRC has enabled the conduct of workshops and training courses for leaders, and employees of enterprises to help them foster a ‘Great Work Place’. 

Under the partnership with the Chamber, GPRC has been appointed as its ‘Strategic Event Partner’. Accordingly GPRC will be provided the opportunity to popularise its services among the member companies of the Chamber and among exporter community in general, under a package of benefits GPRC could avail as a sponsor of specific activities of the Chamber. 

 


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