The UAE is currently ranked number 21 in the world happiness report and Dubai has set its sights on becoming the happiest place on earth.
Happiness is now a national policy goal and as well as appointing a UAE Minister of State for Happiness and Wellbeing, Ohoud Al Roumi, A Happiness Agenda has been rolled out and is overseen by the Government’s Smart Dubai department.
The technological and process improvements of a company have become one of the leading indicators of differentiation from its competitors. From a long-term perspective, these improvements and innovations are what contribute to a company’s bottom line; essentially, its intellectual capital.
Dr. Corrie Block has an impressive resume. He's been a consultant and coach to business owners for nearly 20 years. MBA. PhD in Arab and Islamic Studies. Business School Professor. Published in media and academic journals. International speaker.
Millennials expect to be able have everything and anything they want, easily and without any resistance. The same is true for their jobs. They have been led to believe that they can achieve significance easily. They have not been taught the dedication, patience and effort that is required.
Here are 3 ways tips for millennials to achieve the significance they desire.
Dubai has long been a popular destination for holiday makers and professionals and with a booming entrepreneurial ecosystem, it's not surprising that talent moves here from abroad. And with plans to become 'the Silicon Valley of the Arab World', there has been increased focus on entrepreneurship from the public, private and academic sectors.
It was a pleasure to join Mehrad on the Streams of Progress podcast to discuss finding something meaningful, work-life blend, Spartan racing and the books I am currently writing.
It's lonely at the top, says By Dr Corrie Block, which is why executive coaching is a non-negotiable requirement for CEOs, even more so in the 21st century.
One of my former teammates, Mohammed, is an intensely talented ketchup salesman. It’s unlikely that he grew up thinking he would dedicate a third of his life to selling ketchup, but that’s exactly what happened. Mohammed spends a third of every day, for as long as he’s with his company, selling ketchup on a massive scale. So is ketchup a lifelong passion? And if not, why would he invest a third of his life in it?
f you ever cut jobs for budgetary reasons, you will likely be measuring the long-term cost in missed opportunities and underperformance for years. I was asked recently why after 20 years in business strategy, I never worked in restructuring with any of the big global consultancy firms. My answer? Well, I’d sooner cut off my own arm.