YAL Bahrain to launch leadership forum
Manama, February 1, 2011
Young Arab Leaders (YAL) Bahrain, an independent pan-Arab organisation, will launch a forum aiming to nurture the leadership potential among Bahrain’s youth and provide them with skills and mentoring to forge ahead as leaders.
The Arab Leadership Forum (ALF) 2011, also known as Yalla!, in partnership with Kuwait Finance House (KFH), Manara Developments, Hill & Knowlton, and Memac Ogilvy & Mather, will be held at the Gulf Hotel from March 6 to 8.
Two hundred handpicked young Bahrainis will be selected to attend to learn, develop, share, connect and network with like-minded people from all over the world to discover how to become a mover and a shaker in their community, their region and the world.
Mazin Al Shehabi, vice chairman of YAL Bahrain, said the Yalla! event will help motivate, guide, and nurture leadership skills amongst Arab youth to help them unleash their potential, and will build on experience gained at the previous events held in 2009 and 2010.
“This year’s forum features some truly inspirational speakers who will challenge participants to embark on a path of personal and professional self-discovery, propelling them towards enhancing their leadership skills in both their careers and personal approach,” Al Shehabi said.
“I would like to thank all our partners for supporting us and contributing towards making the forum as successful as possible.”
ALF 2011 will feature some of the region’s top leaders sharing their success stories in addition to international leadership trainers including Gaia Grant, best-selling author and leadership consultant; Manoj Sharma, corporate strategist; and international speaker Robert Panté. – TradeArabia News Service
More Education, HR & Training Stories
- GESS brand ventures into Mexico
- Nasdaq Dubai to provide Claritas preparation course
- Alhosn hosts architectural expo in Abu Dhabi
- University in pay row with Bahraini faculty
- Bahrain to host novel protocol training programme
- Bahrain jobless rate 'very low'
- University of Ain Shams opens MS treatment unit
- Masdar Institute launches BP scholarship programme
- New 'Indian' school to open in Bahrain
- Qapco to fund 6 Qatar University projects
- CIMA unveils innovative syllabus for 2015
- 100 experts for Dubai HR summit
- J4B marks first year with Tamkeen backing
- Saudi CEOs ‘highest paid in GCC’
- UAE ministry seals Microsoft deal
- Pact signed for UAE girls students' development
- Bahrain private school to resume classes
- BIBF signs deal with Palestinian institute
- Number of Omani working women soars
- Bayt.com launches Employer of Choice Awards
- Rota interview to screen youth conference applicants
- Experts discuss ways to build talented aviation workforce
- Top e-learning experts at Dubai summit
- Top education experts win GESS awards
- Bahrainis top GCC nationals seeking Saudi jobs
- Transguard launches graduate trainee programme
- Applications invited for Bahrain scholarship
- New technology training for educators
- Mubadala tie-up promotes healthy lifestyle
- GCC education sector short of 200,000 professionals