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Sharjah Tatweer Forum announces 30 SLP delegates for UK 10-day leadership event

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ST Bureau
Dubai

The Sharjah Tatweer Forum (STF) has
announced that the fourth batch of participants under the
Sharjah
Leadership Program (SLP) will go to the United Kingdom (UK) in April of this
year to embark on a life-changing leadership development journey during a
10-day leadership tour organized in collaboration with the University of
Cambridge.
From
April 9 to 19, 2017, 30 young SLP leaders will actively participate in key sessions
focusing on global leadership and innovation. These include the latest best
practices; value-added business models; how to drive vision and lead
high-performing teams; various ways to influence a turbulent environment;
leadership of change; and continuous personal development.




Renowned
guest speakers from the University of Cambridge and key innovation centres will
lead the trip’s main discussions. The delegation will be led by STF
representatives Jassem Albloushi and Reem bin Karam, members of the Board of Trustees
(BoT), Rubu’ Qarn Foundation for Creating Future Leaders and Innovators.
Albloushi
said: “The upcoming UK forum is an important step that will bring us closer to
our ultimate goal of creating the country’s leaders and innovators of tomorrow.
This is in line with the STF’s mission to enhance the capabilities of our youth
in line with the demands of modern times and in the midst of the UAE’s
fast-paced adoption of a knowledge- and innovation-driven economic framework.
Our partnership with the University of Cambridge comes at an opportune time
when there is a global need for forward-looking and innovative leaders, and the
forum is one of the best means to effectively and efficiently achieve this
end.” 






Bin Karam added: “We are excited about the learning
opportunities that the UK forum will bring to our 30 young participants and how
these will eventually impact their leadership skills. For one, they will be
given a chance to
interact with distinguished
pioneers and veterans in the technology sector and learn from them the latest
best practices that can help accelerate the adoption of innovative leadership
in Sharjah and the UAE as a whole. This international forum will also serve as
an effective tool towards pushing the country’s smart transformation efforts by
acquiring the needed skills to support such an important transition. Aside from
lectures, workshops will be held during the event as well to gain the
participants’ insights and ideas. We look forward to optimizing these
opportunities for the benefit of our SLP leaders.”  
The University of Cambridge is one of the
world’s oldest universities and leading academic centers and a self-governed
community of scholars. Its reputation for outstanding academic achievement is
known worldwide and reflects the intellectual achievement of its students, as
well as the world-class original research carried out by the staff of the
university and the colleges.




The Sharjah Tatweer Forum was founded in 2005 through an Emiri decree issued by H.H. Dr.
Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of
Sharjah. The forum aims to introduce the most important global and local
trends, while reinforcing the role of young leaders and linking ties between
the economic sectors in order to improve Sharjah and consolidate its position
as a highly competitive emirate.
STF’s framework is based on several concepts, including
innovation, leadership, entrepreneurship, and support for novel projects that
serve as key tools towards comprehensive development, stimulating community
outreach, volunteer work, and Corporate Social Responsibility. The forum also
seeks to promote fruitful cooperation with major consulting firms, research
centers, and international and local universities to ensure the improvement of
future generations in the field of leadership and management.

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