After Africa performance solutions provider LRMG forays into Mauritius
LRMG provides services to shape the future of organisations in the Indian Ocean region and has expanded its footprints into Mauritius after being present in various African countries. (Image: Wazna Gunga)
With offices in South Africa, Ghana, Zambia, Kenya and 18 other African countries, LRMG is considered one of the pillars of African industry.
LRMG, a South African agency that focuses on productivity enhancements in companies, has expanded its footprints into Mauritius. The launch ceremony was held on 16 April 2015 in the presence of the company’s chief executive officer, Ricky Robinson, and other members.
LRMG has been providing services since 1997 with a qualified and professional team. The agency undertakes and implements various performance solutions, which have a significant impact on companies. Similar services will now be provided to Mauritian companies to improve their performance with a complete range of advice in management and online training, aimed at improving employees.
Ricky Robinson highlighted that “As a performance agency, we aim to help individuals improve their performance – by improving their skills, their knowledge, their motivation or still their capacity. We also help companies by creating an optimal environment that enhances their performance – by considering the culture, the resources or still, by establishing strategic communication within the company”.
LRMG performance agency positions itself on the Mauritian market by proposing services such as: performance culture, leadership and change consulting, performance and talent management technology, on-demand learning, customised e- learning, and blended learning solutions.
With offices based in the Moka Business Center, LRMG aims to help companies create an alignment between the individuals and the environment which surrounds them, through counseling on a variety of solutions and performance driven services. This ultimately positively shapes the future of employees and organisations in the Indian Ocean region.