SABIC Leadership Programme helps build leaders in government sectors

The SABIC Leadership Programme for senior government officials, now in its third year, was launched at the SABIC Academy in Riyadh on 20 December to share expertise and develop leadership skills.

Three sessions under the SABIC Leadership Programme were conducted for 105 leaders from various government sectors over the last quarter.
Three sessions under the SABIC Leadership Programme were conducted for 105 leaders from various government sectors over the last quarter.

Thirty-five senior officials from various government sectors attended the five-day programme, which was supervised by well-established leadership trainers. SABIC's experience in leadership development was also highlighted at the programme.

Yousef Al-Benyan, SABIC vice chairman and CEO, stressed the importance of learning as a key element in leadership development. Through this programme and other similar efforts, SABIC aims to achieve its 2025 strategy and the broader objectives of Saudi Vision 2030, Al-Benyan said.

Abdulaziz Al-Oudan, SABIC executive vice president, corporate human resources, said the programme reaffirmed the company’s commitment to collaborate with government sectors in developing human resources. He highlighted the importance of building leadership skills to meet future challenges.

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