Mentorship Forum Middle East(MFME) today announced its first of a series of workshops ahead of its 2nd Annual event to be held in November 2021, which will focus on “Prioritising Mentorship in a New World”.
The workshop, set to take place on September 2, 2021, is being held to support HR professionals in better understand and applying the principles of mentorship to their broader human capital development initiatives and programmes. Under the theme “How to Use Mentorship to Transform Your Organisation”, HR professionals will learn hands on practical tools for developing successful programmes with the session, to be held as a virtual event, looking specifically atthe benefits and business case for mentoring, the key pillars for world-class mentoring schemes, common programme pitfalls and the adoption of virtual mentoring in light of the ongoing effects of the pandemic.ADVERTISING
The workshop has been designed and will be delivered by leading HR and mentoring experts including Ahmed Janahi, Head of Partnerships & Market Engagement at Tamkeen, Alberto Melgoza, Internal Executive Advisor and Robert Coates, HR Consultant at EMIC Training. The workshop will be moderated by Samar Muradi, Group Human Resources at Bank ABC.
Commenting, Ms. Zahraa Taher, Managing Director of FinMark Communication, the Forum’s founder and organiser, said, “We’re excited to launch our first workshop leading up to the 2nd Annual Mentorship Forum Middle East in November. In preparation, we are developing a series of workshops and roundtables to support HR professionals and leaders in developing the tools to establish and foster a strong mentorship culture within their organisations and harness the power of the experience and talent that they already have in-house to drive and accelerate talent develop among their next generation of business leaders. We encourage HR professionals to join the workshop and benefit from the experience of a leading group of mentorship and talent experts that have come together to develop a session with key takeaways that can be easily and practically applied.”