CariZMa, a renowned Dubai based business consultancy and training solutions provider, today announced a partnership with The Human Capital Institute (HCI), a leading global organization for talent management and new economy leadership. CariZMa and HCI will join forces to provide globally recognized Talent Management training programs to the MENA region. The programs will take place over three events in Quarters 1, 2, and 4 of 2011. The events will focus on responding to the human capital challenges in the MENA region.
“Talent is the only sustainable advantage in a global knowledge economy,” says David Forman, Chief Learning Officer of HCI. “Creativity makes the difference. Planning, spotting, developing, and retaining talent are key to perdurable success. With CariZMa’sregional expertise and training excellence, we will bring to the region the latest training programs. Our programs have a proven success track record.”
HCI provides a globally recognized human capital management training and accreditation. Microsoft, NASA, J.P Morgan, and Google are among over 200 organizations that benefited from HCI education and certification.
In Quarter 1, 2011, CariZMa and HCI will deliver the Human Capital Strategist (HCS) certificationprogram. The program, held in Dubai, focuses on mastering talent management and responding to the challenges and complex paradigms of human capital management in the MENA region.
In Quarter 2, 2011, the partnership will deliver the Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP) certification program. The program, held in London, focuses on aligning human capital with the strategic objectives of the business. It also presents techniques and tools to help organizations understand and solve some of the most pressing challenges to businesses in the MENA region.
In Quarter 4, 2011, the partnership will deliver the Master SWP & HCS certification program. The program, held in Sharm El Sheikh, provides advanced talent management training that integrates tailored practical exercises. The program is available for candidates who successfully completed either or both HCS and SWP programs.
“Our talent management training programs comes in the right time for our customers,” says Khalil Jaouni, Chairman of CariZMa. “With studies showing that more than 54% of the region’s employers are expanding their workforce in 2011, Talent management is predicted to take center stage. The pressing challenge is aligning Human Capital with the organization’s strategic goals.”
“Organizations have a wealth of talent at their disposal, Not only in their capacity to hire, but also in their existing human capital,” Says Mohamed ElSaadany, Partner and General Manager of CariZMa. “Our training programs aim to provide our customers with the tools and measures with which they can spot and develop the potential of their existing workforce and identify the gaps they need to fill externally.”