Conference Profile and Objectives
GCC is experiencing a stage of economic, financial and construction-related development that has grabbed international attention. GCC has the highest number of migrant workers in the world. The global and regional economic environment is rapidly changing due to competition, freer movement of labor and capital, regional integration, harmony in global and regional economic policies, and changes in role of the government. Therefore, policy-makers in the GCC countries ought to make important strategic choices to ensure sustainable economic development, increase employment opportunities for national women leaders, and identify the solutions for the productive absorption of national women leaders in the private sector in the GCC countries.
Datamatix with much optimism presents the ‘17th GCC National Women Leaders Working in Private Sector Summit
’, to take forward the mighty vision of identifying the challenges and opportunities to be addressed and tapped by the region to significantly increase the number of national women leaders working in the private sector. During this globally much acclaimed event, designed to reenergize the efforts aimed at vivifying the nationalization of women leaders policy, focused on systematically fostering the behavioral and functional competencies, and increasing the number of qualified national women leaders employed by the region’s private sector.
The Summit brings together a cross-sector group of senior HR and Emiratization figures from ministries, government, public and private corporate sector, NGOs and universities to discuss the most critical topics such as Women Leadership Development, Preparing the 2030 workforce, linking education and Nationalization of women leaders, total rewards, retention and engagement, and coaching and mentoring for National women leaders whilst fostering a conducive environment for National women leaders to pursue a meaningful career in both public and private sector establishments and keys to gaining strategic foresight and better understanding of the talent demand and supply drivers through effective workforce nationalization framework.