SABB hosts workshop for female staff
Riyadh, February 26, 2012
The Saudi British Bank (SABB) has partnered with The British Council in Riyadh to organise a number of growth and development workshops for the bank's female staff.
The workshops are aimed at empowering them for a better career path and development opportunities, said a statement from SABB.
A large number of SABB female employees took part in the workshops being implemented by female lecturers and training specialists certified by The British Council.
The workshops covered a number of subjects such as assertiveness, setting personal and professional goals, building self-confidence, work-life balance, communication skills, and time management.
The guest speakers shared their experiences and success stories with SABB female employees, which enriched the workshop content and recap.
More than 350 female employees from various departments at SABB attended the workshops in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam.-TradeArabia News Service
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