Leadership expert to host seminar in UAE
Abu Dhabi, December 21, 2011
Robin Sharma, a leadership expert who has worked with over 5 million employees in 62 countries and author of the bestselling book “The Monk who sold his Ferrari”, will be hosting a seminar in Abu Dhabi on February 22.
The half-day event is being organized by Scott & Scandi, a UAE-based sports, culture and education development agency, at the Emirates Palace.
The event for the UAE’s most engaged and proactive leaders is being held in collaboration with Innoverto and powered by Arabian Business.
The seminar will be based on Sharma' newest work: “Lead Without A Title -Winning Leadership Lessons to Build a Great Organization”, which focuses on helping leaders to achieve their highest potential in the challenging business environment faced at this time.
The key features of the seminar include:
• The 7 Best Practices of Leaders Without Titles
• 8 Peak Performance tactics to do world-class work in busy times
• The specific tactics that the best companies do to get even better
• The 4 keys to a high performance team and winning culture
• Personal leadership lessons to stay strong amid turbulence and focused in the face of uncertainty
For over 15 years, Sharma has helped companies such as Nike, FedEx, Royal Bank of Scotland, Microsoft, IBM, RIM, Yale University, GE, BP, Panasonic, Celgene, Ritz-Carlton Hotels, the Young Presidents Organization, Novo Nordisk and Nasa grow the potential of their leaders.
One of the most widely read experts of our time, Robin’s 11 books on leadership have been published in over 60 countries and in nearly 70 languages.
Speaking on the event, Sharma, said: 'I am delighted to be delivering a Lead Without a Title workshop in Abu Dhabi. In these uncertain economic times, exceptional leadership is more important than ever-actually it’s your #1 competitive advantage.'
'Companies the world over need strong leaders to guide them through times of turmoil,' he added.
Carrie McNeill, managing partner of Scott & Scandi expressed delaight at bringing Sharma to Abu Dhabi for his first public appearance.
'Sharma has worked with many of world’s leading companies and organizations and will have much to offer the UAE's business and leadership community as it continues to evolve into a truly global centre for business,' said McNeill.-TradeArabia News Service
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