DKV to boost Emirati businesses skills
Dubai, May 2, 2009
Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV) will organise the third edition of 'DKV Training Open Week' to assist local business leaders effectively leverage their employee resource base for overcoming the challenges posed by the global crisis.
DKV is the region’s premier destination for human resources management and a member of Tecom Investments.
Open to all business professionals in Dubai and the UAE, the event, to be held from 10-13 May at the DKV Conference Centre, will include 22 workshops and seminars focusing on concepts that have revolutionized human resources management practices.
DKV’s business partners including some of the world’s most established and respected HR organizations will lead individual sessions at the event.
Dr Ayoub Kazim, DKV executive director, said: “The third edition of the DKV Training Open Week seeks to build on the success of the previous editions that were commended for the innovative and unique recommendations offered by experts."
"A team of top notch professionals will tackle relevant issues at the event that will host a total of 22 workshops and seminars," he noted.
“The Training Open Week also reflects our sincere commitment to enhancing the region’s HR industry while simultaneously allowing the business community to gain from the expertise of our world class business partners,” he added.
The four-day workshops will address issues such as innovation, developing high performing teams, leadership, employee engagement, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and managing change.
The event will bring together chief executives, HR directors, entrepreneurs, and engineers as well as IT, sales and customer care managers to share knowledge with their peers in an environment that facilitates networking.
Hasan Makansi, head of Partner Development Management, DKV, said: “The third edition of DKV Training Open Week reaffirms our commitment to supporting the workforce in the UAE to reorient themselves and augment their professional capabilities while enabling companies to face challenges posed by the current global crisis."
“We believe it is crucial to hold such an initiative during the difficult environment that will not only serve to benefit individuals but organisations as well in terms of human capital development, especially when most budgets are slashed."
"We will continue to focus our efforts towards empowering the employees, the most important asset in any organization," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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