The programme was formally launched in a ceremony attended by Shaikh Waleed al Hashar, deputy chief executive officer, and management team members.
The primary objective of the programme is to help the bank’s executives and future leaders to create fresh perspectives and revolutionary pondering about company challenges develop and handle higher efficiency cultures realize consumers and additional develop on the bank’s capabilities.
Ahmed Faqir al Bulushi, DGM – Human Resources, mentioned, “Bank Muscat is proud to launch the Management Development Programme as component of its revolutionary Jadara Academy initiative. The bank proactively functions with a quantity of executive education providers to make sure their senior leaders and managers are effectively-equipped with the expertise, tools, information and attitude to cope with the altering company atmosphere.
In line with the vision of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said for a qualitative shift in national workforce, the bank is committed to supplying profession development possibilities for competent staff and the Jadara programme is created to additional strengthen the bank’s human sources in its quest for higher achievements.”
The programme will leverage capabilities from all of INSEAD’s campuses in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi to engage staff on important subjects associated to Banking, Strategy, Marketing, Innovation, Leading alter, Communications and Leadership so as to boost the capabilities that help the ongoing improvement of Bank Muscat.
The programme consists of 4 face to face modules delivered more than a period of eight months along with two on-line modules. The classroom modules will concentrate on technique and banking, major alter and selection creating, consumer excellence and innovation in operation.
The on-line modules will concentrate on technique in the age of digital disruption and leadership in communication with influence.
Bank Muscat has the distinction of outstanding leadership at all levels and has accomplished more than 94 per cent Omanisation, providing priority for Omanis to occupy important positions.
The bank’s human sources technique is notable in sustaining gender diversity as 48 per cent of staff are females holding numerous positions, which includes senior management positions.
Information Source: Muscat Daily