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Professional Executive Leadership 2nd Edition

In order to be successful in today’s business world, individuals should demonstrate superior leadership skills. The Executive Leadership is a customized program designed by STANDARDS to empower individuals and allow them to recognize their abilities and potential to be true leaders. This 2nd edition of the workshop will aid participants in developing innovation, flexibility and self-awareness in relationships with colleagues and peers.


  • Leadership Abilities & Competencies
  • Create And Lead Teams
  • Foster Conflict Resolutions (Win-win)
  • Coaching And Training
  • Implement Employee Involvement Strategies
  • Communicating & Teamwork
  • Creative Problem Solving & Visioning
  • Interpersonal Skills & Building Appropriate Relationships 

Program Benefits:​

  1. Know your Competencies as a Leader
  2. Use these Competencies Effectively to Create and Lead Teams
  3. Ensure a Win-Win Situation when Dealing with Conflicts between your Team Members
  4. Strengthen Teamwork
  5. Detect Problems Quickly and Solve them Immediately
  6. Build a Reliable Relationship with your Customers through Developing your Communication and Interpersonal Skills

Meet the Trainers:

Dr. Hady Safa

Dr. Hady Safa

As one of the Arab world’s renowned motivational speakers, Hady is a vibrant inspirer and highly-trusted resource in business and professional circles for Lebanese and Arab CEOs, non-profit and business leaders from all sectors. For two decades he has not only profoundly experimented competencies development, but also has helped hundreds of businesses and individuals think and act strategically.

Hady went through an extremely challenging way building his educational blocks, transforming from a young kid who started working after-hours at the age of sixteen, self learning through college, into a PhD holder, successful Entrepreneur, self development author and inspirational speaker.

Today, Hady leads several companies in diverse industries within the region, ranging from Human Resources Consulting, Training and Development, Web and Mobile Solutions, Real Estate and Commercial Media.

Feras Banna

Feras Banna

A Lebanese/Canadian Professional Development Facilitator, Certified Hogan Assessor and Coach, has been in the field of training since 1998.  Born and raised in the Middle East, Feras is familiar with the local business culture, and often incorporates his knowledge and experience to the intricacies of the region.  Fully capable of delivering in both English and Arabic simultaneously, Feras ensures all participants of his dynamic and interactive programs fully comprehend communicated material.

Feras specializes in the design and delivery of training programs, specifically those targeting the leadership and interpersonal traits of employees, along with front end sales and sales management training.

Feras also consults on matters relating to Talent Management, including Learning and Development, Recruitment, and Performance Management.

Schedule & Pricing:

  • Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt: Savoy Hotel – Soho Square
    • From Thursday 14-October-2021 till Tuesday 19-October-2021
    • From 10:00 Am till 04:00 Pm
  • Istanbul, Turkey: CVK Hotel
    • From Thursday 16-December-2021 till Tuesday 21-December-2021
    • From 10:00 am till 04:00 Pm
  • Registration fees:
    • 1800$ per Individual, with dual certifications from IES Paris, and Standards-HRC upon program completion.

Importance of Leadership in the workplace:

When an organization strikes a balance between the demands of its owners, employees, customers, community, and employee needs, it is said to be effective. The leader is responsible for the organization’s orientation and direction, as he or she sets the organization’s vision and mission, which others must follow. As a result, a proper leadership style influences and ensures both the organization’s and employees’ prosperity and economic progress.

One key feature is how it treats and orients human resources, as well as their participation in decision-making. According to various studies, the majority of organizational failures stem from the leaders’ failure to follow the correct path to achieve their goals. What is vital to look into is how the leadership style adapts to the organization’s structure and composition.

Effective leaders are well aware that they will not be able to rule the universe. First and foremost, leadership is work. A good leader establishes goals and priorities while adhering to established standards. The second requirement is that leaders regard leadership as a responsibility rather than a source of status, image, or self-promotion. Effective leadership is about gaining people’s trust; otherwise, the leader will have no followers (in a noble sense).

The process of influencing people so that their efforts are directed toward attaining the organization’s goals is known as leadership. The process of guiding others’ behavior toward the achievement of stated objectives is known as leadership. In this situation, orientation refers to persuading others to act in a certain way or to pursue a specific course of action.

“Who is the leader?” is the query. “A leader is described as somebody who inspires individuals and groups within an organization, assists them in identifying objectives, and guides them toward accomplishing these goals,” is the most appropriate response.

In many successful firms, the leader’s viewpoint consists of three aspects, from which other elements can be built. The necessity of visibility for leaders is based on Sieff’s statement: “To be an effective leader, one must see, and better than ever seeing in action.” Leaders create a clear misunderstanding by trusting people first and foremost and encouraging others to do the same.

Where people have clear objectives and the resources to achieve them, leadership thrives. The major source of power for the leader is the Role of Leadership in Organizational Effectiveness power they must effectively employ to urge individuals to make every attempt to improve their performance. The technique of persuading others to work hard to complete critical tasks is known as leadership.

It is one of the most popular management issues.

Planning establishes the direction of the objectives, organizes the pooling of resources to put the plans into effect, and allows people to utilize their talents to aid in the fulfillment of plans while also ensuring that safe things return to the right. There are two essential sayings in regard to vision:

  • People have no place where there is no vision.
  • Visional without action is like seeing dreams in the sun.

Unseen activities cause concern. Visionary thinking is a fresh way of looking at both current and future situations. Visionary leaders have the ability to transform a vast body of current knowledge into something entirely new. Visionary leaders have a high level of competence and self-assurance. By travelling from today to the future, the power of vision can function as a “new paradigm developer.” Successful leadership is linked to one’s vision, or the future that one wishes to build or achieve in order to change the existing state of affairs. However, having a vision for the desirable future is insufficient.

In truth, excellent leaders are exceptional at turning their vision into reality. The term “vision leadership” refers to a leader who has a clear and comprehensive perspective of the future as well as the activities required to achieve success.

The most important qualities of a leader are:

  • Honesty and Integrity. The term “honesty” derives from the Latin word “honesty,” which means “quality” or “honesty,” and the word “integrity” comes from the word “integrity,” which means “completeness.” These are the terms that are nearly often used to describe the most significant leadership attributes. This demonstrates that practically all managers and professionals hold leaders who do not engage in macro gaming and who are professional confident, honest, and serious in high regard. These leaders do not make promises they do not intend to keep, and they do not break pledges they have made.
  • Competence and credibility. These are leadership attributes that are related with relevant industry experience, practical business intelligence, intelligence, and dynamism. It is nearly certain that followers will not respond favorably to leaders who believe they possess these abilities and are capable of making critical and tough decisions as well as seeing their ideas through to completion.
  • Inspiration and motivation. Many MBA students consider one of the most crucial attributes of a strong leader to be the willingness to confront their successors as clever as well as rebellious individuals who will tremendously contribute to any organization if given the correct encouragement, opportunities, and reward. To be more specific, we would state that this quality is the result of knowing how to avoid demoting someone.
  • Visional / direction for the future. To be a visionary, you must be creative, innovative, and flexible to change, as well as have a high learning capacity. When followers aren’t safe, swinging, or suspicious, this, too, implies the potential to make big decisions. People will react to these abilities in the same way they have for generations, because they still desire a leader to show them the road to the future.
  • Good communication skills. These are qualities that a leader should possess. The ability to actively listen, the knowledge of heart and mind appeal, the ability to establish relationships with the boy, communicate with each person directly and personally, and the ability to walk, talk, and lead by example are all part of this complicated set of abilities and competencies.
  • Equality / Parity. This is a feature shared by leaders who treat their followers with fairness, equality, and respect, rather than favoring particular groups. People are not discriminated against because of their ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, or physical abilities. When they have to make decisions about other people, they do it based on their character, values, skills, work performance, and other concrete or visible contributions to the organization.
  • The sense of humor. Laughter is one of the best job anti-stressors, and people who are funny are often the best to work with. Humor may be utilized to de-stress and resolve labor disputes in practically any setting. Humor is also linked to reactive and innovative abilities; yet, hilarious people frequently have an inflated ego, are unable to listen to others, and are to some extent toxic.



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Oct 14 - 19 2021


10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Sharm El Sheikh

Location 2


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