Training and Educational Qualifications
Certified Brand Manager by the Association of International Product Marketing and Management (AIPMM)
The Association of International Product Marketing and Management (AIPMM) is where product professionals go for answers. It is the world's largest membership based professional organization with members in over 65 countries including product managers, brand managers, product marketing managers and other individuals responsible for guiding their organizations and clients through a constantly changing business landscape. It is the only organization that represents those who manage the entire product life-cycle throughout any industry.
Mini-MBA from AMA
(American Management Association) – 2010
The American Management Association is an American non-profit educational membership organization for the promotion of management, based in New York City. The association has its headquarter in New York City, and has local head-offices throughout the world.
Certified by the British Institute of Technology & Education (BITE) in the fields of PR, Advertising and Marketing.
Certified in the fields of PR & Advertising by the
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Examination board (LCCIE). 1997 Third Level and 1998 Third Level
LCCI Level 3 qualifications develop your ability to learn and apply a range of knowledge, understanding and skills at a detailed level.
Bachelors Degree on Advertising
at the Al Arab University
Developing Creative Campaign Strategies Training Programme
by The Regional Institute for Advertising and Marketing
Strategic Media Planning & SEAS Seminar
by Pan Arab Research Center
International Islamic Finance Forum
by Institute for International Research
Third Level Diploma in Advertising
by The British Institute of Training and Education
New Leadership Model - Seminar by Betsy Myers
(8th of December, 2009)
Some topics discussed during the seminar:
Myers gave insights from two decades of public leadership position where she had a front-row view of leaders in action including Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama.
Why Leadership Matters – the history of leadership and why what worked in the past does not work today.
A good leader is the one who understands himself and understands others.
Leadership is about self knowledge and that is the cutting edge.
Leadership is not about having all answers but it is about asking questions.
Leadership matters and the art of listening and treating people as if they matter.
They key to leadership and success is the ability to learn from each other.
Women’s movement for equality.
Maximizing Creativity and Lateral Thinking to Deliver Strategic Success Seminar By Dr. Edward De Bono. Global Leaders (4th of November, 2008)
Edward de Bono is the founding father of lateral thinking and is widely thought of as the world’s leading authority on creative thinking and the direct teaching of thinking as a skill.
Maximum Performance Seminar
by Brian Tracy (8th of October, 2012)
Brian Tracy is a Canadian-American motivational public speaker and self-development author. He is the author of over seventy books that have been translated into dozens of languages.
The Success Principles Seminar By Jack Canfield
Jack Canfield is an award-winning speaker and an internationally recognized leader in personal development and peak performance strategies.
He is the author and co-author of more than 150 books (66 are bestsellers) with more than 100 million copies in print in 47 languages around the world
In 2014, SUCCESS magazine named him “One of the Most Influential Leaders in Personal Growth and Achievement.”
Workshops, Seminars and Courses
What You Say is What You Get Seminar
by George Walther (September, 2010)
George R. Walther is well-known as a leading sales expert and an early pioneer in selling by phone. He has been lauded by trade groups and professional associations for his outstanding speaking skills and ability to connect with sales audiences around the world.
Leading Change Workshop
by Paul Rigby (13 - 14 of April, 2014)
A regular keynote presenter at global industry conferences Paul also advises clients and frequently assists with company change, innovation, leadership and employee engagement efforts. Paul knows and understands business and what it takes to lead successful businesses in times of change and diversity. He has an incredible energy and passion and an ability to translate his hands-on experience to the business world. He has learned from personal experience how to turn businesses around.
Live a Life Without Limits Seminar
by Nick Vujicic (February 2010)
Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic is a painter, swimmer, skydiver, and motivational speaker. Nick Vujicic is 36 years old. He was born with an extremely rare congenital disorder known as Phocomelia, which is characterized by the absence of legs and arms.
Superior Leaders Seminar by Robin Sharma & Verne Harnish
(15th of September, 2014)
Robin Sharma is a Canadian writer, best known for his The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari book series. Sharma worked as a litigation lawyer until age 25, when he self-published MegaLiving, a book on stress management and spirituality.
Verne Harnish is a world-leading expert, speaker, author, and entrepreneur in the field of business growth. He has spent more than 30 years educating entrepreneurial teams. As part of his personal mission to support entrepreneurs, he co-founded Growth Institute, a premier online training company that has helped mid-market companies in over 50 countries learn and implement the latest business methodologies.
Creative Leaders Workshop by Petronella Zainuddin and Karim Zainuddin (15-16 October 2014)
Graphic facilitator and pioneer of creative education believe that every person is creative. She launched the Good Morning Creativity project in Paris. With a community of creative tutors, she helps people free themselves from reality and create a world that enjoys and inspires them.
Digital Marketing Master class instructed by Rob Thurner
(28-29 April 2019)
Bee Engaged Seminar by Paul Rigby
(30-31 October, 2018)
Mentoring and Participation Appreciations Certificates
I accept invitations for sharing my experiences in the advertising and branding industries because I believe that the leaders of these fields should be directly involved in opening the doors to the next generation of advertising talents.