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Sharjah Chamber explores business training development in Spain

SHARJAH, June 10, 2024

The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) has launched a business management training programme in collaboration with Granada Chamber of Commerce and the University of Granada, in Spain, during its visit to the country, a report said.

Represented by the Sharjah Training and Development Centre (STDC), SCCI launched the programme as part of its ‘Strategic Business Leadership’ programme, Emirates News Agency, WAM, said.

The training programme aims to bolster the strategic leadership and business management capabilities of human resources in government and private sector institutions.

It aims to offer innovative solutions by drafting strategic plans to enhance organisational performance, a statement said.

Headed by Amal Abdullah Al Ali, STDC Director, the Sharjah Chamber’s delegation comprised employees from various government and private sector entities operating in the emirate.

They conducted several meetings with officials from the Granada Chamber of Commerce and its affiliate training centre.

During these meetings, the delegation outlined the objectives and key focus areas of the Sharjah Chamber’s Strategic Business Leadership programme, as well as the participating economic and commercial institutions’ fields of work.

They also explored ways to enhance cooperation between the two sides in developing human resources’ strategic leadership and business management skills.

The Sharjah Chamber delegation also visited the University of Granada, where they engaged in multiple discussions with a selection of experts and specialists in administrative fields.

These gatherings aimed to exchange insights on the role of leadership in strategy development, share best practices and experiences in management, and discuss methods for advancing leadership programmes in commercial and strategic sectors.

The discussions focused on developing skills essential for strategic decision-making and anticipating future business trends.

Maryam Saif Al Shamsi, Assistant Director-General for the Support Services Sector at the Sharjah Chamber, said the Strategic Business Leadership programme is one of the SCCI’s most innovative initiatives.

It is designed to enhance human resources skills, the programme focuses on empowering participants to make strategic decisions, anticipate future trends, and build more effective and proactive strategies, she said.

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