A New Nationalisation Roadmap for the Middle East

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Talib Bin Hashim

A New Nationalisation Roadmap for the Middle East
Abdulmuttalib (Talib) Al Hashimi offers us his thoughts about a possible new nationalisation roadmap for the region. Against a backdrop of the depressing events that have plagued the Middle East in recent years in particular, a small yet significant victory went unnoticed in the mainstream media and provided cause for celebration and pride to the people living in a small desert country in the Gulf known as the UAE.This small victory came in the form of an announcement made by the world’s largest online professional network and recruitment platform, LinkedIn, that, according to its 2013 ranking of the world’s ‘talent magnets’, the UAE had topped its list with a net talent gain of 1.3%. The survey which measures the net international movement of talent among its members included countries like the UK, Spain, France, the US, Italy and Ireland. According to the…

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The often ignored formula for success for businesses in the UAE


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Video: The often ignored formula for success for businesses in the UAE

I would like to take this opportunity to announce the strategic partnership between our firm TBH Consultancy with Dubai based firm MBD which is led by ‘culture expert’ Amal Loring.  (Click on the following link to read more about this strategic partnership: http://www.mindbodydynamixs.com/bridging-the-gap-with-strategic-partnership/)

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The Shift: “If you don’t give us a chance, we will create our own chances”

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The Shift: “If you don’t give us a chance, we will create our own chances”


“If you don’t give us a chance, we will create our own chances”.  These words echoed across a hall filled with almost 300 people at a summit I attended recently.  The summit was appropriately called the ‘Visions 2 Reality’ summit.  It was a summit where senior executives of organisations as well as experts sat to discuss and debate current and new ideas in areas ranging from leadership, talent, strategy to organisational development.  I had been selected to moderate a discussion during the day on a topic titled ‘Development of Young Local Talent’.  Our session was followed by a couple of interesting sessions by experts in various topics.

However, what impressed most of the audience was a segment that featured a group of young Emirati girls from various local universities such as Zayed University and…

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Rethinking Emiratisation Part 2: Innovation meets Emiratisation 

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Talib Bin Hashim

In part 1 of my post titled ‘Rethinking Emiratisation’, I called for the review and rethinking of not only the long-standing concept of ‘Emiratisation’ but also the approach towards it.

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