Commercial Bank has recognised the achievements and development of staff who completed the Future Leaders Executive Training Programme with a certification ceremony.
Launched in 2009, the Future Leaders Programme is one of Commercial Bank’s proprietary educational and professional career advancement programmes, and is delivered in partnership with HEC Paris in Qatar.
The certification ceremony marks the end of a 14-month intensive training programme for 22 Commercial Bank employees and two employees from the Bank’s Turkish subsidiary, ABank.
Speaking during the certification ceremony, Commercial Bank CEO, Joseph Abraham, said: “The Future Leaders Programme is an incredibly valuable initiative as it goes to the core of Commercial Bank’s goal of building the best bank in Qatar and to be the employer of choice. People are our most important asset and the Programme realises people potential by empowering them through world-class training to fast-track their careers towards positions of leadership. The best bank in Qatar needs the best people to lead it, and the Future Leaders Programme develops our employees from within to succeed as future leaders of the bank and spearhead a
CEO and academic dean of HEC Paris in Qatar, Laoucine Kerbache said: “The Future Leaders Programme nurtures and supports Commercial Bank’s employees by providing them with the encouragement, skills and training they need to succeed in positions of leadership.”
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