Under the theme "Uncommon Leaders, One Common Goal," the Mohammed bin Salman Foundation has launched the third edition of its 2030 leadership program.
As part of the program, which aims to develop Saudi leadership skills. Arab News reported that 90 men and women will be chosen to participate in the final quarter of 2022.
I'm honored to be selected with great Saudi leaders to join #IgnitedVoices program by @Misk_Global, preparing us to become ambassadors and represent Kingdom of Saudi Arabia globally.pic.twitter.com/MyT8mctYNA— ريم الحارثي | Reem Alharthi (@RimaAlharthi) April 21, 2022
MiSK's announcement follows the success of the program's first and second versions, which aim to develop 1,000 leaders to help the Kingdom meet its Vision 2030 goals.
Esade University, Accenture, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, the Center for Creative Leadership, and Willis Towers Watson are among the international organizations that have collaborated on the nine-month program.
Local governments and entrepreneurs will also contribute to the delivery of a curriculum that balances global academic excellence with local content.
The required experience consist of 10 years at executive level and at least five years of experience in senior leadership roles. Proficiency in both spoken and written English is also required.
According to MiSK, the intensive leadership-development program will include five in-person immersive modules spread over 25 days, virtual inter-module sessions, executive individual and group coaching sessions, and group assignments.
The curriculum combines global and local perspectives and draws heavily on the Saudi experience, with high-profile guest speakers sharing their insights and experiences.
MiSK recently announced that the first and second groups of the leadership program will graduate before the end of 2022.
Registration for the program closes on May 17, with more information available at https://misk.org.sa/leaders2030