Ooredoo named strategic partner of DBS

      Published on Thursday, 15 December , 2016      107 Views     
Ooredoo named strategic partner of DBS

  • Technology

Ooredoo, in line with its ongoing support for the business sector in Qatar, recently became the Strategic Partner of ‘Doha Business Solutions’ (DBS) and supported its event featuring world-renowned businessman John Mattone.

Held at the W Hotel, the event saw a host of Ooredoo management and staff attend, all with the goal of learning how to create and sustain a leadership and talent culture that drives superior operating results.

Ooredoo partnered with the DBS aiming to work together to help build a knowledge based economy, in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030.

Senior management from across Qatar’s leading organisations, including Qatar Foundation, Ashghal, QIA, Sidra, Doha Bank, Al Jazeera Finance, Aspire, Qatari Diar, Qatar Museum Authority among others, attended the workshop.

The ‘Intelligent Leadership Workshop’ was hosted by John Mattone (pictured) a pioneer in the consultancy field who has worked with a wide-range of international companies and their chief executives such as Steve Jobs (former CEO of Apple) and many more.

Support for this event was part of Ooredoo HR’s ‘Succession Planning & Leadership Development programme’ which aims to develop Ooredoo employees by providing them with different learning opportunities through cross functional programmes, on-the-job trainings, seminars, and workshops.

Since the event, Ooredoo management has begun to roll-out several of the key leadership skills learnt at the workshop to ensure a happier and more productive workforce for its staff and customers.


Category Technology | 2016/12/15 latest update at 12:00 PM
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