A global leading company in management and organizational behaviour, Franklin Covey has landed on Guyanese shores and popular internationally certified business consultant Dr. Rosh Khan is now licensed to carry the brand, which he believes would revolutionize the way companies operate.
Franklin Covey is the world leader in helping organizations achieve results that require lasting changes in human behaviour, often the most difficult challenge any organization faces, but when accomplished, it is also the most durable competitive advantage. And who better to be licensed to push the local chapter that the young, ambitious and talented Dr. Rosh Khan.
Rosh has been making waves in Guyana as the Chief Executive Officer of the Master Class Institute and SocialRank Media and is an internationally certified business consultant.
During an interactive and informative interview with the News Room Rosh Khan shared some of his excitement about the FranklinCovey brand being in Guyana
His transformational work with Small and Medium enterprises allowed him to be selected following weeks of intense training for him and the team.
Franklin Covey is a global company and has impacted over one hundred people across the world, with 150 partner offices in over a 100 countries around the world and is one of the only companies in the world that is publicly traded.
Franklin Covey is also listed on the stock exchange, which according to Rosh, says a lot.
Whether it’s a Government Institution, private sector agency or civil society, Dr. Khan and his team through the Franklin Covey brand would be focusing on organizational behaviour change. He pointed out that protocols are important but it is the people that make everything work in any structure.
Franklin Covey teaches that people create culture and culture is the ultimate competitive advantage. Rosh assured that Franklin Covey is a result -based company and the only way to get the results is through the process of implementation. Rosh and his team members are facilitators, he noted.
Dr. Rosh Khan envisions that at the end of the 52 weeks course, individuals, companies, and teams experience a change in behaviour. Pointing out a few tips Rosh noted that time management, attention management, energy management and decision management are key to changing behaviour.
Rosh is maintaining that this is what Guyana needs at this point in time and a few years later with the impending development, capacity building would be crucial.
Franklin Covey’s world-class training has been provided to clients that include 90 percent of the Fortune 100 (an annual list of the largest public and privately held companies in the United States); more than 75 percent of the Fortune 500; thousands of small and mid-sized businesses, as well as Government entities and educational institutions.
Some of their clients include the Marriott, Copa Airlines, Microsoft, FedEx, HSBC, Virgin, Sony, and Maersk and now the entire Guyana can benefit.