GLOBAL CAREERS FOR EMERGING LEADERS

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Global Chamber Dhaka, in collaboration with Chittagong University Career Club and Movementum Consultancy and Facilitation Group (MCFG) virtually organized a globinar on the 24th November 2021 under its Young Global Leader Initiative themed “Global Careers for Emerging Leaders”. This online event aimed to empower young future leaders and help them become successful with international career opportunities.

This event offered both a learning, as well as, a networking opportunity for the 80+ participants with the esteemed Young Global Leader panel to gain insight on what international job opportunities are developing worldwide, skills are in demand and how they can become successful in a competitive global labour market.
As the first speaker, Mr. Maimun Mustafa, Executive Director, Global Chamber Dhaka & CEO, MCFG mentioned, “Emerging leaders are every young individual today and Global Chamber celebrates this opportunity to connect young leaders to a global network, providing students and young global leaders with right access to information and connections in the right places.”
Secondly, Katie Keith, Executive Director, Global Chamber London and Head of Partnerships of Currency, UK, suggested in her delivery that, “The top three tips to take one’s Career global would be to acquire emotional intelligence, cultural intelligence and lastly cognitive connectivity”
Subsequently, Arif Ahmed the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Light over Light & Co Ltd. enlightened the event with his meaningful thoughts about future fundamentals, the use of technology and data and how we can work in all global emerging economies and markets from home.
Following this, Tom Parker, a Sales & Marketing Strategy Consultant, who coaches founders and leaders in scaling businesses gave guidelines on how to help people navigate their landscape effectively and achieve new levels of success.
Then, Oliver Cordingley, a youth internet entrepreneur with two start-ups, ourGen and Coachfooty, advised in his speech that, “It’s really important that we focus on more skills that make us as a rounded individual and as a professional”.
Finally in his acknowledgement note, Afzalur Rahman, Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, University of Chittagong thanked the speakers for their anecdotes and added his comments for the audience.
Global Chamber aims to further engagements with universities students and young leaders in the coming days to promote their global growth opportunities.

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