Tri-Forces vets receive their certificates
A 25-member group of recently-retired Major Generals (18), Air Vice Marshals (2), Rear Admirals (3) and Commodores (2), who followed the first-ever inducting ‘M2C Military to Corporate Entrepreneurship Green Card Certification Capsule’ course in Sri Lanka, received their certificates this week.
At the invitation of General (Retd) Daya Ratnayake, the pioneering heavyweight behind the conceptual training module, which was launched in close collaboration with the Office of Chief of Defence staff, Principal Adviser to the President Lalith Weerathunga was the Chief Guest, while Army Commander General Shavendra Silva was Guest of Honour and participated in the awards ceremony.
This novel move to explore and extract operational and administrative skills, competencies and experiences of those veterans, which could be tapped for promotion of corporate positions after transforming those military veterans into trailblazers in future were the first of its kind designed for military veterans.
This introductory initial Course was facilitated by Ranjeewa Kulatunga, Patron for the Alumni of International Public Management Association-HR USA in Sri Lanka and Managing Director of Intercontinental Institute of Human Resource Management (IIHRM) and a selected panel of resource personnel, including Dr. Dinesh Watawana, Dr. Marlon Ferreira, Faraz Farook, Omar Khan, Bradley Emerson, Kumara Galhenage and General (Retd) Daya Rathnayake who delivered lectures during the whole Course.
The Course encompassed adoption of corporate work ethics and strategic thinking, management of human resources and work agendas, driven by wealth creation on the cutting-edge of technology and knowledge transfer in order to run managements efficiently and productively in a competitive milieu.