Change Management Workshop by Hagop Emrazian to Almarai Kuwait

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Vigor conducted a 2-day training workshop about Change Management presented by Hagop Emrazian to Almarai Kuwait in 02  September 2012.  “Meeting the challenges of today’s rapidly changing business world requires anticipating and handling change in the workplace. The most successful professionals are able to recognize the changes coming in their ways and develop strategies for effectively dealing with those changes.”

The workshop focused on defining change, The need for managing change, managing the initial impact of change and putting change adopters into action. Also it handled How to prepare employees for the change impact, implementing change through employee engagement, and the different change management models.

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The workshop facilitator Hagob Emrazian spent the first 8 years of his career as a banker and trainer with Gulf Bank – Kuwait, where he coached and trained new employees on adapting to the corporate culture as well as branch operations, sales and customer service. His passion to training and people development led him to assume a challenging role in a multinational company ‐ Agility Logistics, latest as the Director of Learning & Organization Development since 2003, where in addition to managing the L&D function in 12 countries for the Middle East & Africa regions, he personally facilitated the leadership and management workshops across the network in the ME&A, Asia, Europe & North America which gained him an international exposure.

Evolving Corporate Universities

ECU Forum

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Over 100 companies participated in a global forum on executive education held in Kuwait March 20-21, 2012, in an effort to boost corporate learning in the region.

The first event of its kind to arrive in the Gulf, the Evolving Corporate Universities forum promotes continued learning in the workplace during the two-day event at Kuwait’s Gulf University for Science and Technology.

After Africa, the Middle East has the lowest number of corporate teaching programmes of any continent in the world, underlining the forum’s importance for sharing best practices in the field, including the entire cycle of developing a corporate university.

The event provided companies with the chance to benchmark and share knowledge with some of the region’s leading organisations involved in corporate university development. Topics included: governance and regulation, leadership and management development, branding and alignment.


  • Educational experts;
  • Corporate directors and business owners;
  • Management educators; and
  • Enthusiasts who understand the need that corporate learning has to business growth


  • Economic and social importance of corporate learning and education
  • Technology to support virtual and mobile learning across geographical boundaries
  • Business performance improvement emanating from increased knowledge and skills
  • Emotional Intelligence, Communities of Practice and Collaborative Working
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