Overcoming the challenge of retaining top talent
The Middle East is currently witnessing the emergence of an employee retention challenge, especially on the leadership level. This is clearly becoming a priority issue for organisations to deal with.
In this webinar, our experts will discuss how to identify and manage the key talents that will become the future leaders of companies in the Middle East. They will equally be covering what skills are needed by companies to shape their future leadership.
We will wrap the session up with a discussion around a bespoke 7-step methodology that will help you customise your high potential and talent programmes for maximum impact.
At the end of the session you will learn how to:
- Develop innovative mechanisms to attract and retain talent
- Rethink organisational paradigms to propose a greater sense of purpose
- Create multi-dimensional career paths for high potential employees
- Engage high potential employees in individual career planning and skills development
This session should be of interest to senior leaders, CEOs, CHROs, Talent & Leadership managers, as well as L&D professionals.Register now
Prof. Joe DiVanna
Associate Professor at Headspring, Prof DiVanna is an expert in finance, management and strategy.
Joe is an Associate Professor at Headspring and is an expert in finance, management and strategy. He’s acknowledged for his thought-leadership in banking, economics, human capital management, emerging markets and Islamic finance with over 30 years’ experience. Professor Joe has developed the strategy for numerous banks, technology companies and his seminars and keynotes have inspired thousands around the world.
Global Education Editor, Financial Times
Andrew Jack has worked as a journalist for the Financial Times since 1990. He is currently the Global Education Editor, reporting and developing new projects including as editorial lead for free online FT access for schools. He was previously Deputy Editor of the Analysis section, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent, Moscow Bureau Chief, Paris Correspondent, Financial Correspondent, general reporter and corporate reporter.
Global Head of Learning & Innovation
Malek Adjerad is an experienced Learning and Development professional with significant experience in programme design and impact. He designs world-class change programmes that makes a positive impact on people and their organizations. Acknowledged for great stakeholder management skills which are used to effect in building relationships at all levels and influencing solutions to business issues.
Vice President MEA, Corporate Partnerships at Headspring
Bassém is a commercial and strategy leader with an entrepreneurial mindset and passion for customer excellence. With extensive experience in Executive Education, Corporate Learning design and Strategy Execution, Bassém leads the Middle East and Africa region for Headspring. Bassém’s purpose is to help organisations design a new and more relevant approach to executive development that would be fit for the challenges and business environment of the 21st century.
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