MBRPLD

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MBRPLDMohammed Bin Rashid Programme for Leadership Development (United Arab Emirates)
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Vince Cook, chief executive officer (CEO) of the NBF, said the MTP was developed by staff who had previous working experience with the MBRPLD.
The DIFC Centre of Excellence and MBRPLD partnerships will create a significant embedded presence in Dubai for The Fuqua School of Business, which in September 2008 announced plans to expand its operations to Dubai, London, New Delhi, St.
Adel Al Shared, CEO of MBRPLD, told Khaleej Times recently that the graduation ceremony of the 2009 batch of the Elite Programme and the resumption of the Dubai Opening Initiative are other anticipated events.
Awadh Seghayer Al-Ketbi, CEO of MBRPLD said: "There is great potential for MBRCLD to be more actively involved in social initiatives that impact and help improve the lives of different members of the society.
The new module has been customised by MBRPLD in collaboration with Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE) to specifically cater to the requirements of MBRPLD Promising Leaders Program.
Adel Al Shared, MBRPLD Director said: "After measuring the satisfaction and the evaluation of participants on the programme, we can certainly say it was very beneficial."
Government Leaders is a level of MBRPLD that aims to qualify the future leaderships of Dubai Government departments by establishing an assembly of talented individuals with distinguished potentials, knowledge, skills and experience at all departments of Dubai Government.
MBRPLD is a leadership development programme designed to develop the professional expertise of prospective and incumbent leaders in the UAE.
Promising Leaders is a level of Mohammed Bin Rashid Programme for Leadership Development (MBRPLD) that seeks to qualify young leaders through training programs and workshops in line with the strategic plans and aspirations of Dubai, while the Elite Program targets talented young professionals in the 21-25 age bracket who have potential to take charge of the UAE's future development initiatives.
"The two books offered new insights into strategic leadership, which were highly appreciated by the participants,' said Adel Al Shared, chief of MBRPLD 'With each passing reading activity, we can truly sense the gradual transformation of the participants as they are able to better internalise the key concepts and the important messages of each reading material.'
"As in any other society, progress can only be achieved if the leaders themselves are committed and are fully equipped to meet the challenges of this enormous task," said Adel Al Sharid, CEO of MBRPLD. Four distinct development programmes have been tabled to cater to different groups:
The Blue Ocean Forum is a central component of the Young Leaders Program, which is a level of MBRPLD that aims to qualify young leaders through training programs and workshops, in line with the strategic plans and aspirations of Dubai.