Emerging Approaches to Leadership Development in the Gulf – Abu Dhabi
In-Person | Friday 1 March 2024
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
In a rapidly evolving business landscape where cultural sensitivity, growing local talent and alignment to the Gulf’s vision for responsible business is paramount, this event will explore how organisations are adapting their approaches to develop impactful leaders for the future. During the event we’ll delve into how HR leaders can foster a diverse and inclusive workplace, as well as highlighting the integration of digital technologies, experiential learning, and the development of soft skills as key components of progressive leadership.
This event will explore the emerging approaches to leadership development, tailored to the unique demands of the Gulf region, providing a comprehensive overview of the innovative strategies that are reshaping leadership development in major organisations across the Gulf.
Underpinned by CRF research, the event will showcase good practice from leading organisations enabling participants to stay at the forefront of the thinking and application in the region.
- Understand and apply the latest trends and approaches to leadership development in the Gulf region
- Leverage the insights of leadership development professionals from leading organisations
- Share insights with peers to stay at the forefront of leadership development in the region
Who is this event for?
This is an invite-only event designed to bring together HR Directors, Heads of Leadership Development, Head of Talent and Learning as well as senior business leaders and senior HR professionals in the region.
If you are interested in attending, please contact email@example.com.
John Whelan MBE
John Whelan is a Director at Corporate Research Forum. Formerly UK HR Director of BAE Systems, the FTSE 100 defence, security, and aerospace company, John’s experience and strengths lie in business and HR Transformation, Organisation Development and Employee Relations. Prior to joining BAE, he held a variety of HR roles in engineering, technology and manufacturing businesses across the telecommunications and semi-conductor industries including Matra-Marconi Space where he was HR Director for the UK and, latterly, Group HRD.