Spotlight on leadership in changing times
Metin Mitchell - Managing Partner
Saudi Vision 2030
Over recent months I have been honoured to interview leading Saudi women for our report, Roads to the Top for Saudi Women.
There were so many insights from these inspirational women, I am delighted that Dr Amal Fatani has allowed us to share wider views from her interview than we could include in the report.
Last weekend a unique conference in Riyadh highlighted the changing role of women in Saudi Arabia and aimed to inspire younger women to push for new opportunities in the Kingdom.
For insights on the job market in Saudi Arabia, listen to Brandy Scott interview Metin Mitchell with questions including
Guest blog by Mr Ihsan Bafakih, CEO, MASIC
What skills will the new generation of Saudi chief executives need? This was the question posed to me by Mr Metin Mitchell when he asked for my views on What makes an Outstanding Saudi Chief Executive? (you can download the full report here).
Guest blog by Mr Anees Moumina, CEO, SEDCO Holding Group
I was interested to be interviewed recently to share my thoughts on What makes an Outstanding Saudi Chief Executive. This is an important subject because if you look at the different areas and objectives that Saudi Vision 2030 is trying to promote, we will need excellent leadership to achieve these ambitions.
I’ve worked in executive search for 20 years, recruiting leaders for Middle East organisations of all types. One of the most interesting countries has been Saudi Arabia, where the types of leaders needed have changed as the Kingdom has grown and diversified.
I came across a thought-provoking blog on the future of Saudi leadership by Professor William Scott-Jackson, chairman of Oxford Consulting Group last week.