By Staff writer
Two day programme to be held from March 23 in Dubai
Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge,
and the Pearl Initiative have announced a two-day intensive Senior Leadership
and Trust Programme for Middle East business leaders, to be held in Dubai on March 23-24.
The programme will focus on trust and leadership at all levels – including corporate governance, organisational performance and behavioural economics.
The Dubai programme has been designed by the Executive Education division of Cambridge Judge Business School, and will be taught by Cambridge Judge faculty experts Dr. Philip Stiles, University Senior Lecturer in Corporate Governance and Co-Director of the Centre of International Human Resource Management, and Dr. Khaled Soufani, Senior Teaching Faculty in Finance and Director of the Cambridge Executive MBA Programme.
Dr Stiles’ research and teaching have focused extensively on the interaction of innovative human resource practices and organisational outcomes, and Dr. Soufani’s work includes research on financial management, corporate restructuring and family businesses. The Pearl Initiative brings to the programme its expertise in improving corporate accountability and transparency as the leading independent, not-for-profit by-business for-business organisation working across the Gulf region of the Middle East.
“Trust is absolutely crucial to the establishment of business and personal relationships that provide the foundations for business and other organisations, and contribute to broader societal goals,” said Peter Hiscocks, Chief Executive Officer of Executive Education at Cambridge Judge Business School.