The program is to help ADNOC’s most talented people with the opportunity to succeed at the highest levels
The latest in its series of ADNOC Youth Circles was held by The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), to discuss how young Emiratis can thrive professionally, while working at remote fuel sites, in addition to developing the leadership skills that will allow them to contribute to ADNOC’s future growth.
H.E. Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber Minister of State and Group CEO of ADNOC said, “The decision to hold this Youth Circle in Ruwais reinforces the important role it has in ensuring the success of our 2030 smart growth strategy. It is vital that everyone who lives and works there, especially our younger generation, have opportunities to contribute to the success of ADNOC, right across the value chain. The future will be shaped by our youth and if we want to create the leaders of tomorrow, they need to be valuable contributors today. These Youth Circles provide a platform for constructive dialogue on how each individual can contribute to the continued development and prosperity of the nation.”
H.E. ShamaBintSuhail bin Faris Al Mazrouei, Minister of State for Youth Affairs said, "The Youth Circle initiative has proved itself as an effective platform to bring them together with decision-makers, to engage in an open conversation. This is what we have learned from our wise leadership since the foundation of the United Arab Emirates, and we are building a sustainable future through dialogue around constructive ideas for the development of the country.”
A revitalized approach to personal development and training includes ADNOC’s 2030 growth strategy which has resulted in a more robust youth development program designed to provide greater on the job training and mobility opportunities for new talent within ADNOC.
Supported by lifelong learning, these programs provide a mix of hands on experience and coaching. PWKD07082017
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