A4X

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A4XAiming for Excellence (UK)
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Employees: Aiming for excellence in human resources processes, increasing the benefits provided to the employees who make the company the most preferred.
Manoj Cirasanambati, Head of Planning and Projects at Salalah Methanol Company, said, "At SMC, we continuously challenge the limits while aiming for excellence, and for this we need the best tools in the market.
By constantly evolving, improving and aiming for excellence, we build a platform for success.
But a psychologist can help company members set achievable goals, aiming for excellence rather than perfection.
"This year, we have taken significant steps to strengthen our teaching provision across all subject areas and I am confident that we can look forward to a successful year ahead, in line with our school vision of 'Aiming for Excellence.'"
" I look forward to them adding their skills and talents to realising our school vision of 'Aiming for Excellence' in everything we do."
Professor Donaldson was the keynote speaker at Yr Athrofa's 'Aiming for Excellence' conference, an annual celebration of the teaching profession and excellent practice going on in Welsh classrooms.
He was an actor dedicated to his craft, always aiming for excellence in any interpretation of a character assigned to him.
In her words, 'you have made the unemployable people to be employable; this is to say we now have highly trained professionals in the nation's maritime sector.' She also used the opportunity to enjoin the beneficiaries to maintain the high standard they have set for themselves by aiming for excellence.
Are you educating, aiming for excellence, both or something else?
According to MC Nuvali's principal Regi Sibal, the school is not just aiming for excellence but wants to develop the holistic development of each student.
Dr Peter Carter, chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, said: "Our members will agree that all hospitals should be aiming for excellence, but this requires investment and leadership.