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Egyptian Arab Land Bank Managers Attend Workshop on Leadership Skills.

Thirty managers from the Egyptian Arab Land Bank, one of the largest commercial Egyptian banks and one of the oldest banks in Jordan, attended a workshop on leadership skills, entitled "Lead without Title", which was organized by Sigma Investments and Irshad Center at the Grand Hyatt Amman Hotel on Saturday, October 31st. The workshop was presented by Mr. Robin Sharma, one of the leading world experts in leadership skills and personal success.

Mr. Hazem Yousef, General Manager of the Egyptian Arab Land Bank, stated, "Our participation in this leadership workshop falls in line with the Bank's commitment to continually develop and invest in the talent of our human resources, as we believe they our greatest asset and aspiration for success. We also believe that it is important to encourage all our staff members to reveal their leadership capabilities no matter what position they are in, as this will ultimately enhance their productivity and positively impact their performance".

During the workshop, Robin Sharma focused on fact that the personality of each individual is what leads to great leaders in an organization-- if the individual focuses on their priorities, that will enhance their chances of achieving success. Sharma went on to explain that his workshops focus on helping individuals completely depend on themselves, by leading them in the right direction to make the right decisions, and ultimately helping them demonstrate leadership and stand out in their organization.

The Egyptian Arab Land Bank was established in Cairo in 1880 and is fully owned by the Egyptian Government. In 1951, EALB became the second bank to establish a presence in Jordan, and since then it has been offering customers a comprehensive range of financial, investment and retail banking services from Savings Accounts and Deposit Boxes to Personal, Car and Real Estate Loans. 2009 Al Bawaba (

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