Sep 28, 2021
Alturki Holding announced its partnership with IE Business School to launch a training program for Alturki Holding employees. IE Business School shapes leaders who drive innovation and change in organizations and is recognized in international rankings as one of the top business schools in the world. The “Alturki Talks” training program consists of five online sessions that cover important topics in career development, including leadership and work life balance.
Alturki Holding is committed to continuous learning as set out by its values of Excellence and Openness. As the value of openness leads to discovering and adopting new ideas which in turn leads to the delivery of excellent quality of work, which goes beyond the industry standards and exceeds our customers’ expectations.
Commenting on this partnership, President and Chief Executive Officer of Alturki Holding Company, Mr. Rami Alturki said: “We remain committed to contribute to the success of Saudi Arabia’s vision 2030 by investing in the training and development of our people to reach their full potential and establishing a work environment that retains the best local talents in the kingdom. That is why we are always on the lookout for the best training courses that enhance our employees’ careers provided by the best education and training institutes from around the world.”
Teresa Martin-Retortillo, Executive President IE University Exponential Learning, commented on the new Alturki Talks, “This new training program is an example of how essential lifelong learning is not only for individuals but for the institutions that employ them, to help both parties prepare for future success. The speed of change today, particularly given the digital transformation that continues to make an impact on the way companies operate and the ways in which we live and work, means that we must be constantly updating our skills. This includes our softs skills, of course, but also those fundamental and technical skills that ensure that we are the very best at what we do.”