Riyahd Welcomes the Intellectual Conference at the Project Management Institute (PMI)

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Bassim Shebaro   Riyadh, the capital and largest city of Saudi Arabia, was recently the host of a large scale professional conference held by the Project Management Institute. Thanks to the patronage and support of His Royal Highness Prince Saud bin Khalid Al Faisal, Deputy Governor of the Saudi Arabia Investment Authority (SAGIA), PMI was able to bring together some of the greatest minds in their respective fields to discuss the future of engineering and project management. One of the major topics that defined discussion points throughout the gathering was the concept of Leadership and how the idea of a leader’s role is constantly in a state of flux.Bassim Shebaro

Leadership members from countless engineering and project management corporations attended, each ready to discuss their opinions and have revolutionary questions answered. While the conference had several well-known speakers, it was Mr.  Bassim Shebaro that introduced topics that were on everyone’s mind. Mr. Shebaro, representing the Saudi Chapter of the PMI, explained the ongoing activities that he was overseeing in the technical deparment, as well as how each day brought new information and insight to his career. His delightful speech aided in solving many concerns that plagued less experienced leaders at the conference.

Bassim Shebaro Mr.  Bassim Shebaro was joined at the conference by Mr. Majed Al Ghamdi, who assisted with the introduction. As President and Managing Director of Jacobs Zate, Mr. Shebaro was ready to put his over 35 years of experience to use for the benefit of his peers. Due to his extensive knowledge and level headedness, there is little doubt that many people will take his advice to heart and begin employing his tactics within their own companies. If you’re interested in learning more about Mr. Bassim Shebaro and his perspective on engineering and project management, many of his notes can be found on his professional online profiles.

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