Second Successful LEAD Summit Came To Conclusion In Karachi

The LIVE SIMULCAST of second in succession, LEAD 2017, from Nashville, Tennessee, USA broadcasted exclusively by MAX Strategy in collaboration with the Pakistan Institute of Management (PIM) and Knowledge Now came to its conclusion.

With a true reflection of international and national matchless leadership and management, LEAD 2017 turned out to be a huge success as anticipated with participation of over 150 top level executives from known organizations all across Pakistan. The speaker panel was a contrast of high level renowned personalities, locally and globally. With Ms. Tara Uzra Dawood, President -Dawood Global Foundation & LADIESFUND, talking about the current challenges of tackling millennial workforce, the panel also included Mr. Raza Pirbhai, Chief Executive Officer KFC-Pakistan, Cupola Pakistan, Naeem Zamindar, Pakistan Country Director and CEO-Acumen, Mr. Ikram Saigol Chairman, PATHFINDER Group and Mr. Zafar Aziz Osmani, Chief Executive Officer, Excelerate (Pvt.) Ltd discussing over the latest trends in leadership.

The international Panel in this LEAD 2017 summit had presence of many prominent personalities as well namely, Dr. Ted Marra, Mr. Neville Gaunt, Caroline Miller, Jen Welter, Bill Clement, Pandit Dasa and Immaculee Ilibagiza who addressed on the concept of building global leaders, and leveraging their skills of advanced decisions making.

The second day of the LEAD 2017 event was also an achievement in itself, with over 100 participants, a masterclass was successfully conducted by Dr. Ted Marra, Strategic Facilitator, Organizational Mentor Advisor, Speaker and Writer on Organizational Renewal – Integrating creativity, Innovation & Continuous Learning.

LEAD 2017, the two day event was held at Marriott Hotel, Karachi with participation of many globally recognized names as proud sponsors of the event: JS Bank as proud partners, TPL holdings, Food Panda, Book it Now, HR.com, Brookes and others.

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