Partnerships & Alliances

RLG has developed and established professional business partnerships with internationally renowned companies to provide world-class solutions for our clients. RLG carefully selects partners who provide proven solutions as well as share RLG’s core values and business ethics. RLG, in affiliation with its international partners, is committed to providing the highest level of professional services meeting only the highest of international standards.

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RLG International partners with Technics International Co. (TI) to represent RLG’s value proposition within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

TI was established with a strategic vision of providing comprehensive integrated solutions and services within the KSA and throughout the MENA Region. TI is part of a group of companies engaged in widely diversified services including operations and maintenance, engineering and construction, water and sewage, oil and gas, and railway and transportation.

Since inception, TI has grown to become a major and effective solutions provider with its head office in Riyadh, KSA and has offices and business partners in the United States, Canada, Lebanon, Jordan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.

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RLG International partners with Centre for Teams (CfT) for the professional development of our project managers and, on occasion, that of our clients’ key leaders and continuous improvement specialists, in the area of coaching. With the goal of strengthening the individual’s confidence and competence to engage in one-on-one and group coaching, RLG project managers undertake a 9-month accredited development program through the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM)

Centre for Teams is a specialist coaching psychology firm that helps leadership teams, senior leaders and their coaches to deliver sustainable high performance and promote greater wellbeing at work.

Established in 2003, by David Webster, Chartered Occupational Psychologist, who helped shape coach development in Europe in the late 1990s, its approach is robust, personal and collaborative.