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Zain: David Allen facilitated ‘Getting Things Done’ seminar
December 1, 2015, 12:44 pm
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Zain, the leading telecommunications company in Kuwait, announced that international speaker David Allen recently facilitated a one-day seminar as part of its lead partnership of ‘Knowledge Club’ for the second year running. The initiative, organized by Vigor Events, is considered one of the biggest training programs in the country, and hosts some of the world’s top experts and speakers throughout the year.

Zain was keen to reserve a number of exclusive seats for its employees throughout the year for them to attend the workshops and seminars the club organizes. This seminar, entitled ‘Getting Things Done’, was facilitated by international expert and speaker David Allen, inventor of the GTD methodology and the world’s leading expert on personal and organizational productivity. Allen’s pioneering research, coaching, and education for over 30 years earned him Forbes’ recognition as one of the top five executive coaches in the United States.

During the seminar, Allen mainly discussed how employees can create a path for themselves to get in control of their world and maintain a perspective in both their personal and professional lives. The international expert also shared his effective GTD methodology, which is a total work-life management system that transforms overwhelm into an integrated system of stress-free productivity.  

Zain is keen on finding and providing the best development programs to its human resources, with the aim to raise their skills up to international standards. The company will continue to invite the most renowned international speakers and innovative thinkers to share their experiences with its employees.

It is worth mentioning that Zain’s lead partnership with Knowledge Club 2015 highlights its continuous efforts in providing its employees with a platform that brings together international experts from several areas. Zain aims at supporting the development of human resources, and the company firmly believes that in strengthening its relationship with the society in which it operates in.
 

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