Sheikh Hamdan launches financial leadership application to prepare upcoming-gen Emirati expertise

DUBAI: H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Govt Council, introduced the Dubai Financial Management Programme, which aims to prepare the subsequent generation of knowledgeable Emirati expertise to guide Dubai’s crucial sectors by enriching them with information of the most up-to-date financial tendencies and knowledge.

The programme, organised by the Mohammed bin Rashid Centre for Management Advancement (MBRCLD) in collaboration with strategic global associates prominent in the discipline of economic system, aims to put together nationwide expertise by top quality education and learning and qualified things to do that assistance them attain important long run leadership.

Investing in people today

In a article revealed on his official account on X, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum explained: “Today we launch the ‘Dubai Financial Leaders Programme’. Our purpose is to get ready Emirati expertise who will assume the obligation to elevate Dubai’s overall economy and its long term, fulfil its financial agenda, D33, and ensure sustainable advancement.

“I will personally oversee the development of this 12 months-very long programme, which falls underneath the supervision of the Mohammed bin Rashid Centre for Management Growth (MBRCLD). The nomination and software procedure is open up to those who see by themselves as element of the long run of Dubai and the UAE.

“With a wealth of imaginative minds across all sectors, Dubai has plenty of resilience and proactivity to make sure a primary place at the forefront of the world’s most diverse and fastest-expanding economies,” he added.

Promising options

The Dubai Economic Leadership Programme aims to build high quality new themes that assist produce promising countrywide competencies, deliver the ideal ailments to nurture leadership skills and assist exceptional talent, whilst also functioning toward the goals of D33, in terms of doubling Dubai’s financial growth over the next 10 years, and bolstering its situation among the the world’s major a few cities.

The Mohammed bin Rashid Centre for Leadership Progress will open up registration in the programme in between September and Oct, by using its site (https://ddei5– Candidates should have a strategic, ahead-hunting vision they wish to fulfill. They should really also have played a key part in formulating approaches in their place of work.

They need to be in cost of a strategic initiative, really should be leaders of prosperous groups, and be 2nd- and third-degree leaders.

Tariq Al Fahaam/ Hazem Hussein