Seminars to make people creative

DUBAI —As part of its DSS activities, Watani, the UAE national identity programme, launches a new series of seminars this week to address a number of compelling family, social, and national issues.

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Published: Fri 6 Jul 2007, 9:34 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 3:00 AM

The seminars themed ‘Mind’s Pleasure’ will be held at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce every Thursday and Friday at 5:30pm. First seminar was held yesterday.

Dr Mohammed Ahmed Naboulsi will present the topic: ‘I want... I can’ at the opening seminar on Thursday. Dr Mohammed Ahmed Naboulsi, Chairman of the Arab Psychology Association, will cover achieving self-empowerment.

Today, Tony Hunt, lead presenter with the UK specialist In-Company Training, will discuss the topic of ‘Non Stop Creativity and Innovation’ aiming at encouraging individuals to be constantly creative, to generate, brainstorm and evaluate new ideas and to overcome negativity and criticism. Ahmed Obaid Al Mansoori, Coordinator General, Watani programme, said: “The high profile experts brought to the UAE public through the Mind’s Pleasure initiative have strong track records. They will use the latest global best practices to challenge the minds of the audience and help them create a better understanding of the issues and opportunities then assess the best way to move forward.”

Watani is set to host 16 speakers over eight weeks with sessions dedicated to both Arabic and non-Arabic speakers and are scheduled to take place in the main auditorium of DCCI every Thursday and Friday.

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