Batelco is the prime sponsor of a key leadership forum in Bahrain.
The first Bahrain International Leadershift Conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza on November 21 and 22.
The event is being held under the patronage of Energy Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza.
Chief executive officers and senior executives of some of Bahrain's leading companies are expected to attend the two-day event as well as around 200 delegates.
Following the financial crisis which gripped the world from 2008 to 2010, many organisations are now in the process of recovery, restoring and rebuilding.
It is imperative not to lose the lessons learnt during those testing times.
Much has been learned from leading through crisis management and the event will provide the opportunity for an exchange of knowledge to discover the new forms of leadership that will be required to set the right goals, communicate the right ideas and deliver effective results going forward.
Bahrain International Leadershift Conference is designed to be transformational by challenging the established mindset and aiming to equip attendees with the tools to perform at the top of their ability.
The conference aspires to help delegates to become the kind of visionary leaders that are required at this point in history.
"While Bahrain may not have been as badly affected as some leading nations, some industries have experienced difficult times and this conference will provide an excellent opportunity for the leading business brains of the kingdom to come together and discuss the type of leadership required for a successful future," said Batelco Group media relations general manager Ahmed Al Janahi.
"The Leadershift Conference will be one of the gatherings most popular with and most beneficial for corporate leaders," said conference chairman Khalid Al Quod.
"This moment in history demands a new form of leadership that can set the right goals, communicate the right ideas, and deliver effective results," he added.
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