KIB invests in professional development as part of the Bank’s top-level strategy focused on human capital development across all levels of its organization.
28 August 2021, 12:00 AM
30 September 2021, 12:00 AM
Kuwait International Bank (KIB) continues to actively invest in the upskilling and professional development of its employees, to enable its teams to deliver a more enhanced and streamlined banking experience to customers.
Within this vein, the Bank has sought to focus especially on facilitating advanced level training and high-level leadership coaching to both mid- and senior-level managers across its operations.
Within this framework, an executive education program was presented by Harvard Business School in collaboration with the Central Bank of Kuwait and the Kuwait Institute of Banking Studies. The program, entitled “Succeeding in Difficult Times”, was dedicated to executives responsible for tackling uncertainties and potential financial obstacles.
The program focused on strategic threats in financial markets, mitigation, including the use of new financial technology to deal with the repercussions of the pandemic, cyber threats and a deeper and detailed understanding of the challenges faced by senior financial executives and ways to address them.