by Ammar Sheikh | 04-03-2017 6:10 pm
M Asad Saleem
LAHORE: (04,03.2017): The Career Buzz a youth training organization in association with University Of Education , Pakistan Human Capital Forum,DGS, Cones Head , PR next, Adverto and Maxfosterglobal, and The Educationist arranged a learning conference WLP “(Women leadership Program ) 2017 at University Of Education Lahore .
The 4-day-long event will enable young women to build life skills and influence on multiple fronts and create a personalized plan to build their career like never before. The event aims to train more than 150 women from different cities and universities of Pakistan. There will be workshops, debates and learning activities on women leadership , teamwork, communication skills, career path, personal branding, entrepreneurship, discussion making, diversity, business planning, art of living, emotional intelligence, personality development and many other professional and interpersonal skills.
Founder of Prespective.pk Sana Mela , CEO of Franklin Covey Pakistan Andaleeb Abbas , ROA PepsiCo international Amra Mubashir , Top Fashion Model Jahan-e-khalid , Film/Tv Actress &Model Hareem Farooq Head of OD & Training Sabahat Bukhari and CEO Career Buzz Faisal Akbar Awan were the motivational speakers on the first day.
The Founder of Career Buzz Faisal Akbar Awan said that WLP (Women Leadership Program) is a unique and practical training and development initiative for young and aspiring women. The primary focus of WLP is to enable young women to build life skills and Influence on multiple fronts and create a personalized plan to build their career like never before.
The programme includes more than 12 workshops, role plays, experiential learning activities and fun filled learning games. Inaugural session was also attended by several corporate and academic professionals from all across the county. The program will continue till 8 march.
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