- Programmes from Reach, Tamkeen, Qodwa and Aramco in the spotlight
Manama: Mentorship Forum Middle East(MFME) today announced it will host a second workshop, ahead of its upcoming Annual Forum, the second edition of which focuses on “Prioritising Mentorship in a New World”.
The Forum is set to be held in November 2021 as a hybrid event and the second workshop set to take place, also as a hybrid event with complementary online registration, on October 14, 2021. It has been designed to help organisation’s leverage the power of mentorship to support and accelerate their talent development especially in light of the ongoing challenges created by the pandemic and the new working conditions and norms that have had to be adopted.
Being held under the theme “Creating Powerful Mentorship Partnerships & Engagement”, the workshop will focus on presenting and discussing successful mentorship programmes that have been in place and running in the region for three or more years with programmes from Reach, Tamkeen, Qodwa and Saudi Aramco set to be highlighted and explored.
Taking part in the panel-style sessions are leading HR and mentorship experts. They include Dr. Ali Al-Moulani, President of CFA Society Bahrain, Ms. Pamela Chikhani, General Manager at Secure Parking UAE and Co-Founder at Reach Mentoring, Sabeeka Engineer, Business Mentorship Coordinator at Tamkeen and Ms. Karina Chapa, Mentorship Program Manager Diversity & Inclusion Division, at Saudi Aramco. The event will be moderated by Mohanna Al Sulaiti, Founder of Majlis App.
Commenting, Ms. Zahraa Taher, Managing Director of FinMark Communications, the Forum’s founder and organiser, said, “Following the great success and uptake of our first workshop last month, we’re excited to announce this second event and another unique opportunity to help all the potential mentors and mentees learn first-hand about how to set up and run successful mentorship programmes. We have another high level panel of speakers and experts who will share their experiences and give invaluable insight and advice gained through their own success in designing and running mentorship schemes that are helping their teams progress and ensuring their organisations have the skills, talent and leadership for the future.”
Can sign up to attend by contacting FinMark Communications on +973 17749759 or email@example.com.
The Forum is being supported by Lead Partner National Bank of Bahrain (NBB), Strategic partner Labour Fund “Tamkeen” and additional additional forum partners including Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company, Gulf International Bank, Bahrain Petroleum Company, Netiks, Reach, CFA Society, and EMIC Training.
About Mentorship Forum Middle East
The “Mentorship Forum Middle East”, now in its second year, is a first of its kind event in the GCC focusing on the central role that mentorship can play in accelerating the development of human capital across the region. The event was founded in 2019 by FinMark Communications has been supported by a blue chip group of corporates from the GCC and international markets.
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