NWR gives credit were it is due

The Managers of NWR were rewarded for the exceptional hard work in their different departments. The Wild Life Resort had it’s first ever manager awards last week.

Namibian Wildlife Resorts (NWR) had their quarterly management retreat held from 18 to 20 May at Khorixas, where they held their very first top performing managers awards for the past four months.
The awards focus was on managers who excelled in their respective departments and resorts, thus the NWR saw it beffiting to reward the winners with an award and a cash prize ranging from N$2,000 to N$3,000.

NWR managing director, Zelna Hengari said it was necessary for the company to recognise the resorts managers who have performed well on an epic scale over the past four months under the new management staff.
“As a company that is geared towards achieving profitability, I find it important that we continuously motivate those managers that are working hard to achieve the company’s objectives. These efforts are also aimed at encouraging those that might not be performing well to realise that through hard-work they too can be rewarded,” said Hengari.
Deputy Chairman of the NWR Evans Simataa encouraged managers to continuously work hard and to work together in order to achieve the targets set out in the Break Through Strategy.
The top performing managers on the list were Elly Nuule Halali, acting resort manager who received the award for Most Improved Resort for drastically reducing the expenses at Okaukuejo’s NWR resort and also generated the most revenue over the past four months.
Fransiska Nghitila NWR’s Environmental and Compliance Specialist along with Mufaro Nesongano NWR’s Corporate Communications Manager shared the award for Best Performing Head of Department for their respective efforts in their departments while Francois Snyder, Waterberg’s manager won the Managing Director’s award.