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Zain organizes ‘Career Creativity’ seminar for employees
December 12, 2015, 11:33 am

Zain, the leading telecommunications company in Kuwait, recently organized a training seminar for its employees entitled 'Career Creativity' at its main headquarters in Shuwaikh.

The seminar was delivered by Dr. Tariq Al Habib — Professor and Consultant of Psychiatry, and Assistant Secretary-General of the Arab Federation of Psychiatrists. Zain organized this training seminar as part of its Human Resources Development strategy, which mainly focuses on preparing professional and talented leaders by providing them with the necessary tools and motivational programs that will see them exert higher levels of productivity and efficiency.

The training seminar was attended by over 100 employees, where Dr. Al Habib touched on several crucial topics on various aspects related to career creativity development, which would eventually help them increase their productivity rates and creativity factors. He also outlined the characteristics and personality features of creative employees and how they can work within a dynamic environment while developing their creativity and boosting their productivity.

As one of the leading economic institutions in Kuwait, Zain is constantly keen to highlight the pivotal role the Human Resources discipline plays in advancing employees' skills.

Human Capital is one of Zain's key organizational pillars, and by organizing similar programs, the company is reaffirming its commitment to highlighting staff achievements while providing platforms for them to learn more and grow more successfully within the organization. Zain is constantly looking for the characteristics of an ideal work environment for its employees, while offering similar training and development initiatives to ensure that its human resources receive guidance to discover new areas of creativity within themselves.

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