The objective of this course is to equip business leaders in the GCC with the competencies they need to tackle the challenges of today's global and fast paced economy. This course is very unique in its design and delivery, because it takes leadership to a new level of thinking and influence. The course also focuses on the emergence of new styles of leadership that engage the entire organization and create value on all fronts.
This highly interactive course relies heavily on executive business cases. Participants will find themselves applying strategic thinking and ground breaking decision making and analytical thinking throughout the five day period.
Executives from the GCC region who are keen to hone and develop critical business leadership skills in an increasingly global and competitive environment. The course, which starts with a leadership assessment, is designed to provide business leaders with an opportunity to re-acquaint or familiarize themselves with core business concepts essential to the roles they perform. From achieving higher results, to building efficient organizations, and responding to and effectively resolving strategic concerns, the course provides those executives with the opportunity to take their organizations to the next level of performance.
Heriot Watt University: With five campuses around the world, including one in Malaysia and one in Dubai, Heriot-Watt is a truly global university. They have a proud history of world-class teaching and practical, leading-edge research dating back to 1821 and are regarded as one of the top UK universities for business and industry. Heriot-Watt has three UK locations in Edinburgh, Orkney and the Scottish Borders. They have a strong track record for developing industry-fit graduates thanks to their strong links to business and industry and their distinctive range of degree programmes in specialist areas of science, engineering, design, business and languages. Heriot-Watt has over 30,000 students studying with them at their campuses and online through distance learning. This includes 9,000 on-campus students in Scotland, 4,000 in Dubai and 1,200 in Malaysia.