Gender Leadership Tackled by CEO

DUBAI - The Dubai School of Government hosted over 50 members of the Chief Executives’ Organisation (CEO), wherein issues on gender leadership and women’s role in business and the larger community were discussed.

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Published: Sun 22 Mar 2009, 12:10 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 10:42 PM

“The UAE has set a precedent as one of the most progressive countries in facilitating women’s empowerment. We have women leaders in both the public and private sectors who have not only set the benchmark for the Emirati women, but also for the entire the Arab world,” Dr. Tarik Yousef, Dean of the Dubai School of Government said.

“These are role models in the Arab world who are redefining the power dynamics and effectively balancing the gender leadership equation,” he added.

“We are delighted to visit Dubai and interact with the faculty and staff at DSG. We could see for ourselves the marvelous progress the UAE and Dubai have achieved in business and leadership, and we are particularly impressed with the role women play in this part of the world, certainly defying stereotypes,” said James Ellis, Dean of the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California and head of the CEO delegation.


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