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Paris business school to train KFSH & RC staff

King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center (KFSH&RC) and HEC Paris, one of the key business schools in France and Europe, have signed a memorandum of understanding for training of 150 KFSH&RC employees in the development of managerial skills.
The deal was signed by the KFSH&RC executive supervisor, Qasim Al-Qasabi, and HEC Paris Academic Dean Antoine Hyafil for their respective parties, according to local media.
Commenting on the deal, Al-Qasabi said the signing of the agreement came in the framework of the care shown by KFSH&RC related to training and development of skills and capacities of its cadres — whether medical, research or administrative — to ensure smooth work progress at the required levels.
He said the deal would be reflected in quality of services provided to the patients. The deal also falls within the KFSH&RC’s strategy to adopt distinguished leadership, enabling it to continue undertaking its leading role, he said.
For his part, the director of training at KFSH&RC, Abdulqadir Al-Attas, said key instructors from HEC Paris would provide training courses for 150 leaders for one year, starting from March at the KFSH&RC premises in Riyadh. The courses will acquaint the attending trainees on a variety of leadership skills such as drawing up strategies, means on how to inspire employees and maximizing exploitation of available resources, he said.

King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center (KFSH&RC) and HEC Paris, one of the key business schools in France and Europe, have signed a memorandum of understanding for training of 150 KFSH&RC employees in the development of managerial skills.
The deal was signed by the KFSH&RC executive supervisor, Qasim Al-Qasabi, and HEC Paris Academic Dean Antoine Hyafil for their respective parties, according to local media.
Commenting on the deal, Al-Qasabi said the signing of the agreement came in the framework of the care shown by KFSH&RC related to training and development of skills and capacities of its cadres — whether medical, research or administrative — to ensure smooth work progress at the required levels.
He said the deal would be reflected in quality of services provided to the patients. The deal also falls within the KFSH&RC’s strategy to adopt distinguished leadership, enabling it to continue undertaking its leading role, he said.
For his part, the director of training at KFSH&RC, Abdulqadir Al-Attas, said key instructors from HEC Paris would provide training courses for 150 leaders for one year, starting from March at the KFSH&RC premises in Riyadh. The courses will acquaint the attending trainees on a variety of leadership skills such as drawing up strategies, means on how to inspire employees and maximizing exploitation of available resources, he said.

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