DBWC concludes Network Majlis session
Dubai, January 27, 2013
Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC) recently concluded its first session of the Network Majlis in 2013 discussing the impact of the TMI Time Manager principles on the productivity and effectiveness of Microsoft Outlook (MS) 2010 users.
The event was held with Edward Matti, managing partner at CCM Consultancy, and participants learned to use MS Outlook 2010 as a results-achieving tool to apply and adapt TMI principles to enhance personal productivity, effectiveness and efficiency both at home and work.
Matti holds the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation from the Financial Planners Standards Council, Canada, and has extensive experience working in senior management positions at various financial services firms, as well as trainer and business development roles.
He has personally trained and mentored over 200 Wealth Management Consultants, and serves as trainer to over 800 sales managers and other sales professionals in the Middle East.
“The proactive efforts of Dubai Business Women Council to nurture and train a new generation of women leaders is a very laudable act. I am therefore pleased to support DBWC’s continuing thrust to equip its members with essential IT skills and knowledge that will enable them to succeed in their respective professional careers and business endeavours,” Matti said.
“The recent Network Majlis session was not only a great opportunity to share my expertise, but also to interact and network with some of the most promising and successful women leaders in Dubai and across the UAE. I am certainly looking forward to collaborate with DBWC on similar initiatives in the future,” he said.
“The recent Network Majlis with Matti provided important insights that will certainly have an enormous impact on the technical competency of our members,” said Raja Al Gurg, president, Dubai Business Women Council. “I am sure that it will boost their confidence as they take advantage of modern technologies and techniques that are designed to complement their professional expertise.”
“The TMI Time Manager for MS Outlook, in particular, has allowed the participants to optimally use the various features of MS Outlook to further enhance their productivity and efficiency.”
The programme objectives of the recent Network Majlis were to use MS Outlook 2010 as a results-achieving tool, apply and adapt TMI Philosophies to enhance personal productivity, effectiveness and efficiency both at home and work; identify and reduce non-productive diversions and interruptions; and use and apply new learning by referencing the Participant Toolkit.
Founded in 2002, DBWC motivates women to be productive members of the society, while encouraging role models to rise up from the ranks and inspire other women around the world, especially in the Arab region, to discover their true potential.
DBWC organises the high-profile monthly event Network Majlis to provide information about the latest knowledge, skills and best practices for women entrepreneurs and leaders. – TradeArabia News Service
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