Gulf Bank recently participated in a six day training program titled “A Date with Change” organized by Ghiras- The National Anti-Drug Media Project. The program focused on developing participants’ personal skills to help them manage their lives more effectively and succeed in their ambitions and endeavors. Held from 8 September until 13 September at the Radisson Blu SAS Hotel, the program targeted youth between 17 to 24 years old.
The training program and lectures were led by Dr. Bader Sadeq, who covered a range of personal development topics such as Developing communication skills, Public speaking, Developing Logic and Creative Capabilities and Working in a Group.
Najla Al-Essa, Executive Manager, Consumer Banking Group, at Gulf Bank said: “We are proud that Gulf Bank has been able to be a part of Ghiras’ National Anti-Drug Media Project. By contributing to this initiative, we hope that we have been able to raise the level of awareness amongst the younger generation and encourage them to develop and positively invest their time.”
During the program, Gulf Bank set up a booth to highlight its support for Ghiras’ campaign and to promote its redTM account, which is specially designed for young people between 17 and 24 years.
Gulf Bank is and will remain heavily committed to supporting and promoting initiatives which encourage the progress and development of the younger generation.