UK management guru Blair Sheppard commends Mohammed Bin Rashid Leadership Programme
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, January 21 - 2008 at 09:18
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Blair Sheppard, Dean of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and Chair and Founder of Duke Corporate Education, applauded the Mohammed Bin Rashid Leadership Programme for its vital role in developing indigenous talent.
Al Shared "We are honoured to host Blair Sheppard, a global leader in business management and strategy. We are delighted our efforts to initiate results-oriented programmes for Government Leaders, Young Leaders and Business Leaders are being internationally recognised.
"We hope to gain from his extensive experience in the development of human skills to further our core objective of investing in human capital. The meeting focused on the modus operandi of the programme that reflects Dubai's strategic goals and vision as outlined in the Dubai Strategic Plan 2015."
Expressing his admiration, Sheppard "The Mohammed Bin Rashid Leadership Programme reflects the perception of Dubai's leadership that investment in human capital is the most sustainable of all investments. I am pleased to know that this programme has helped several young UAE nationals, enabling them to handle major responsibilities. It has also paved the way for creating a competent resource pool of distinctive leaders, capable of keeping pace with a dynamic city such as Dubai."
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