Tamakkan launches its new season of leadership seminars in collaboration with Mubadala GE Capital Americas (Access GE), which will be hosted at the Mamoura Auditorium in Abu Dhabi. Tamakkan, an entrepreneurship and leadership initiative, presents this seminar in collaboration with Mubadala GE Capital PJSC, as part of its knowledge sharing efforts aimed at entrepreneurs in SMEs and intrapreneurs working within corporations.
The kick off session is on “Setting Your Personal Leadership Values” by strategy expert Mary Romeo, a Learning Leader for GE Capital.
“We are proud to be partnering with Tamakkan to share expertise and best practices of Mubadala GE Capital to help businesses across the UAE grow,” said Ron Herman, CEO of Mubadala GE Capital
By Sana Bagersh As the coronavirus pandemic escalates, engulfing more and more countries, it will continue to profoundly impact the global economy; from manufacturing and supply chains, to airlines and hospitality, to oil prices and the stock market… While we cannot escape the doom and gloom scenarios, with the impending losses in life, here I offer my two cents on the possible upsides of this global crisis. These will be the many corrections that will inevitably result from our scramble to contain the
Tamakkan Brings Experts to Debate Challenges and Opportunities Abu Dhabi, UAE – The changing landscape of technology, media, business and ethics will be explored at Youth: A Bold New World 2018, a Tamakkan forum hosted at the Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi (PSUAD) on the 23rd of January. The youth focused forum being held by BrandMoxie’s Tamakkan platform, in collaboration with PSUAD, Emirates Foundation, Sky News
Abu Dhabi, UAE: International Coach Federation (ICF) UAE, Abu Dhabi Subchapter organized a knowledge sharing event for all leaders, talent development managers and coaches interested to bring a coaching culture into their organizations and private practice. The event was hosted by Suhair Fakhoury, Board Director ICF UAE Chapter & Abu Dhabi Subchapter Leader and was moderated by Maged Khalaf ICF certified coach. The panel
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Omar Ghobash, UAE ambassador to Russia and author of the acclaimed new book “Letters to a Young Muslim,” called for a less didactic, more open approach to Islamic education for children, at a Tamakkan seminar at twofour54.
Ghobash, who wrote the book with his sons, Saif, aged 16, and Abdullah, 12, in mind, encourages moderation in religious thinking and teaching, especially at a time of political turmoil where young Muslims can be susceptible to extremist online propaganda.