Global Webinar Series: Developing Future Leaders

Join Dr. Samineh Shaheem for a webinar on how to gain the skills needed for leaders in today's workplace.
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Global Webinar Series: Developing Future Leaders

Successful leadership is based on both internal and external factors, but it is the internal ones that sharpen a leader's cognitive compass of self-management and ability to manage others. Nevertheless, leadership training programs are often structured around "why/how to do it" scenarios, rather than addressing "what to do". Therefore, this webinar is based on helping leaders grow their mindsets and skills, rather than just their knowledge.

We will provide insight into the practical approach of Hult’s teaching model, and help you understand how to deliver human performance solutions to meet your business objectives.


Leading this Webinar


Professor Samineh Shaheem

John Hamilton

Dr. Samineh I. Shaheem is a Professor of Organizational Behavior & Leadership as well as a Neuroleadership coach. For the last 20 years, Learning & Development has been the main focus of Dr. Shaheem’s career. Professor Shaheem has a successful track record in the design and implementation of blended, culturally relevant, innovative behavioral courses and business/leadership training programs for both private and public organizations. She has a theoretical and practical understanding of employees’ psychological needs, and is specifically interested in emotional and cultural intelligence, highlighting areas needing improvement and creatively arriving at growth solutions. Professor Shaheem writes for a wide range of print and online publications including The Huffington Post and Khaleej Times.

If you are unable to make the above session, please register for the second session below:

January 20: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm GMT (London time)

To attend the webinar, please register beforehand by completing the form below. You will receive a confirmation email with your webinar access link.

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GMT Standard Time
2:00 PM
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3:00 PM
Thu, Jan 19 2017
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Thu, Jan 19 2017
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