18 - 21 September, 2011, Renaissance Doha City Center, Doha, Qatar
Register by 28 July 2011 and receive up to US $750 off!
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Women contribute to the majority of the graduates across the GCC, however only a small percentage of them are pursuing long-term careers. Female nationals are willing to get involved in the labor market to enjoy economic independence but face retributions when it comes to a change from traditional roles to modern roles.
For organisations in the GCC to achieve their nationalisation strategies integrating women into the workforce is a critical success factor.
At this interactive workshop you will learn about:
Director and Head of HR Advisory
KPMG Bahrain & Qatar
About the facilitator:
Kanchan Ghoshal is Director HR Advisory for KPMG in Bahrain and Qatar. He has 15 years of varied work experience ranging from HR consulting and talent acquisition to project and supply chain management in the process industry prior to that. In his over 10 year long HR consulting career with Andersen, Ernst & Young and now KPMG, Kanchan has among others gained expertise in large scale change management including nationalisation; organisation & job structures; manpower planning; performance management and succession planning. 7 years of this has been in the GCC region consulting for National Oil Companies, government entities and private enterprises.
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This is an interactive workshop where facilitators and participants will review, in-depth, the fundamental skills needed for employability in GCC countries and share knowledge about the latest initiatives to develop such skills. Successful Nationalisation is no longer about statistics, but about identifying and retaining the right talent to drive organisational and individual objectives
Qatar Development and Consultancy Centre
Elizabeth Fleming has over 20 years of international HR and business solutions experience and has practiced HR in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia and the Middle East. Her background also includes healthcare, hospitality, media, finance and legal, education, call centre and governmental bodies. Elizabeth is a registered HR practitioner with the CIPD and HRINZ and is also a member of a range of expert panels where she enjoys sharing her experience and motivating others to implement practical people solutions.
Enjoying years of experience, Elizabeth has now established a consultancy offering Qatar and the region effective people and organisational development solutions, alongside her team at Qatar Development and Consultancy Centre. (www.qdandcc.com)
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