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  • Executive Summary CEO Summit1 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • CEO SUMMIT 2011 REVIEWCEO SUMMIT 2011 and BOOK LAUNCH “50 Successful Managers of Pakistan” which wasscheduled on April 28, 2011 at Royal Palm Golf & Country Club Lahore. More than 500Professionals, CEOs, Directors, Management GURUS, Educationist, Entrepreneurs, andBusiness Leaders participated in this Corporate Mega Event. The Theme of that Mega Eventwas “Developing Future Leaders, Managers and Entrepreneurs”.Areas of discussion were:1. Developing Emotionally Intelligent Managers and Leaders2. Moving from Transactional to Transformational Leadership3. Leading and Managing Change in Crisis4. Women as Leaders & Entrepreneurs – Challenges and Opportunities5. Role of OD and Corporate Culture in Employee Engagement6. The ART (Attaining, Retaining, and Training) of Talent Management7. Building Strong Employer Brand for Business Growth and SuccessAbout Manager TodayManager Today is Pakistan’s first Best Selling Bi-monthly Business Magazine, increasing itscirculation more than 10,000 including 2,000 subscribers within 2 Years of its inception.This Corporate Magazine is solely dedicated for the personal and professional developmentof Managers, Leaders and Entrepreneurs. As we all know that Pakistan is not poor inresources but in Professional Managers.Manager Today PublicationsManager Today encourages Corporate and University Students to contribute throughwriting on topics of their choice relevant to: • Entrepreneurship • Leadership and Management 2 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • • Human Resource Management • Banking and Finance • Marketing • Corporate Social Responsibility • Career and Professional Development Manager Today has also launched a book “Successful Managers of Pakistan” and is going to launch the 2nd book on “Top 100 Must Read Articles”’Manager Today Learning ForumManager Today with its visionary approach has launched a Monthly Forum in which TopSpeakers are invited to share their own experiences relevant to a specific topic given tothem in front of audiences. Forum is open for all Corporate, Business and Students Class.Chain Series at Learning Forum are: • Knowledge Management; Prophet (PBUH), A Leader & Manager • Anger Management • Boss Management • Depression Management • Business Ethics at Workplace • Career counseling • Harassment at Workplace • Employee Engagement • Developing Entrepreneurship through Leadership in Pakistan • Spirituality at Work • Power of Positive Attitude • Positive ParentingLeading EdgeLeading Edge is a highly proactive and client focused Human Resource DevelopmentConsultancy. As an energetic company, it is hungry for business and is infused with a desireto provide value added services in the competitive and specialized field of Training &Development and Executive Recruitment. We provide Trainings on: • Leadership and Management • Human Resource Management • Banking and Finance • Marketing 3 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • IMRAN KHAN | Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf“Transformational Leadership”He is founder of PTI. The main focus of his party is to bringjustice to the people of Pakistan, largely via anindependent judiciary. Imran Khan is also a specialrepresentative of Unicef and Chancellor of BradfordUniversity. His honours include Hilal-i-Imtiaz; Imran Khanis renowned for is leadership skills as a captain. Under hiscaptaincy, Pakistan won the 1992 Cricket World Cup.Imran Khan is also the Chairman of the MianwaliDevelopment Trust, which is building the Namal College inMianwali as an associate college of Bradford University.Key Points: Transformational Leadership starts with the development of a vision, a viewof the future that will excite and convert potential followers. This vision may bedeveloped by the leader, by the senior team or may emerge from a broad series ofdiscussions. The important factor is the leader buys into it, hook, line and sinker.SIRAJUDDIN AZIZ | CEO, BANK ALFALAH“In Search of Leadership”A professionally qualified and an experiencedbanker with 33 years of proven accomplishment inall major executive functions covering areas likeStrategic Planning & Direction, Capital & ProfitPlanning, Risk Management, Marketing, ForeignTrade, Corporate Credit, Treasury, Training & Development and Correspondent Bankingetc. in various Financial Institutions in Pakistan, China, Hong Kong, U.K, Nigeria and U.A.E.In addition to the above and by virtue of being a core and senior member of banks’Management Teams/Committees, have also been actively involved in overseeing the entirespectrum of banks’ operations in various banks during past 18 years. 4 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • Key Points: Leaders are resilient and flexible. History is littered with heroes who failed.An ad agency reportedly fired Walt Disney for lack of drawing ability. If people don’t haveclose friendships on the job and they don’t have a leader who really cares about them,there’s no chance that they’ll be engaged. This can be exhibited through conversation aboutpeople’s performance or their positioning etc. A great way to assess someone during aninterview is to ask about mistakes they’ve made. You’re looking for signs of self-awareness,humility, resiliency, and learning agilityLife was simple and everyone lived happily until one day this deviant, truant, non-complying, impish and trouble-mongering word found its escape from the Oxforddictionary and dashed its way right into the heart of the business dictionary! Lo andBehold! Its sudden entry stole the thunder of all the remaining jargons in the book and afuror followed.HAMID FAROOQ | Senior Executive Vice President,PTCL“Managing change in crisis”An accomplished executive with a wide-ranging, senior levelgeneral management experience in service, energy andtelecom sectors. Results oriented, dynamic leader, withproven success in highly competitive market. Effectivecombination of Managerial and Leadership Skills, with expertise in the operationaldisciplines of Sales & Distribution, Marketing, Strategic Planning, Customer Service,Transportation & Logistics, Budgeting, Forecasting and Financial Management, Inventory &Warehousing, Staffing, Human Resource, Purchasing, Contracts Administration, QualityAssurance, Project Management and, Government Relations.Key Points:Anywhere, anytime, a crisis may strike without warning and can escalate to apoint where they just wont go away. Change results from the pressure of both internal andexternal forces in the organisation. It strikes the existing equilibrium or status quo in theorganisation. Organizations that learn and cope with change will thrive and flourish andothers who fail will be wiped out ultimately. Under these extra ordinary situations onerequires a great vision and courage to see the need for change and to achieve it in advanceof a crisis. More often, even the proactive leaders do not pre-empt the crises and findthemselves in it when it’s too late. 5 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • IJAZ NISAR | Founder & President, Manager Today“Motivational Guru”His participants call him a “Motivational Guru”. Ijaz Nisar isthe founder & President of Manager Today magazine andCEO of Leading Edge, HR & training consultancy. He is aLeading Inspirational Speaker, Corporate Trainer, an Authorand Management Consultant.Key Points: People require different degrees of motivation,feedback and inspiration and it is the role of the leader toidentify their individual traits and adapt their ownleadership style accordingly. Trust and respect are vital forthe success of a leader; if you dont develop these amongst the people you work with, all islost. Leaders are only as powerful as their teams. No leader is powerful enough toovercome a team that doesnt really believe in them and want them to be successful, unlessthey are a tyrant! But actually isolating the characteristics of great leaders is not easy. Atthe top level, leaders are a difficult bunch to classify. They do not exhibit the same traits –the spectacularly successful are, by definition, unusual. Trying to group them together is aforced and artificial process. It simply isnt right to say "leaders are charismatic" or "leadersare focused", because there are plenty of great leaders who are neither. Neat definitionsdont work. Leaders need to accept the blame if things go wrong – and expect similarstandards all the way down the chain. Market credibility and staff morale are just two areasthat can take a hit if grand initiatives are announced but not executed. The answer issimple: announce initiatives once you know they are working.KAMRAN RIZVI | Founder & Director, Navitus“Staying Calm in Crisis”Kamran is a founding director, trainer, executive coach,inspirational speaker and consultant at Navitus, a leading ODconsulting and training firm in the country. He specializes inbehavioral and organizational change.Key Points: What should you do when a challenging situationarises? More importantly, how can you remain calm in order 6 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • to deal with the situation to the best of your ability? Knowing the ropes when faced witha crisis will enable you to get your bearings and handle it with a minimal amount of stress.People who handle crises successfully know that in order to take the right action, they needto be able to divvy up the responsibilities involved in righting the situation. Being able tostay calm throughout a crisis can prevent the situation from worsening and even stop anear-crisis from escalating. Choosing to respond in a calm, collected way will allow you toact efficiently and maximize your chances of bouncing back quickly and getting things backto normal.AHSAN IQBAL | MNA, Chairman, Better PakistanFoundation“How to overcome Leadership Crisis in CurrentScenario of Pakistan?”Mr. Ahsan Iqbal, Member of National Assembly for the thirdterm from Narowal district, holds B.Sc (MechanicalEngineering) degree from University of Engineering &Technology, Lahore, where he was also elected as Presidentof Students Union. He enjoys rich and broad professionalexperience.Key Points: Unity, Faith and Discipline, are day dreams inthe present status quo, prevailing in the country. A blame-game is continued between Senior Politicians, on minor issues. It seems that each of themis fighting, to enlarge its political creed. What can then a citizen expect from rulers, leaders,etc, who are custodian of this country. The democratic norms are severely crushed bydifferent players, in the country. Some says, there are non-state actors, other blame, andenemies of democracy, in shape of Military Interventions. It is the need of time, that weshould thought above our personal aims and objectives. We must take each individualcitizen of the country, into confidence. By correcting our individual-selves, who couldcorrect our rulers, leader and the people around us. We should unite for the sake of thiscountry. No body will come to correct us, it sould be we ourselves we should learn from ourpersonal errors. "United we stand, divided we fall". Unity, Faith and Discipline, could leadus towards a bright future. A future, towards which world nations, will desire to reach 7 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • MOHAMMAD RAMZAN SHEIKH | CEO, RoyalPalm Golf & Country Club, Lahore“The Art of Entrepreneurship, Lifelong Learningand Success”Mohammad Ramzan Sheikh carved out an unparalleled golfand country club in the heart of Lahore. He is CEO of MainlandHusnain Pakistan which is a group of companies, themultibillion-turnover group, which employs a workforce ofmore than 7000 is among one of the largest in the country.Key Points: The Meaning of Leadership, The value of Strategy,The Effectiveness of Negotiation, The Power of Networking, The Mystery of Numbers, Noalternate to Hard Work, Every Challenge brings another opportunity.WALI ZAHID | CEO, Skill City“Leadership Re- Focus”Wali is an international consultant, speaker, leadership trainerand executive coach. He is CEO of Skill City, a new-generationlearning and development regional firm. Wali has trainedthousands of managers and business leaders in the past 15years from most Fortune-500 companies.Key Points: To achieve anything worthwhile and which alsohas a scale, we need five BIG things:Let’s zoom out, zoom in and then zoom out! Let’s zoom out for the first two. We need what Icall will and skill.Will = desire, hunger, drive, ambition, willingness, your reason for being, mindset toachieve your big goal. Skill = ability, competence, capability, something you are known for,niche, skillset that help you to achieve your big goal. These two are our big-picture needs. 8 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • ROSHANEH ZAFAR | Founder & ManagingDirector, Kashf Foundation“Women Empowerment through MicroFinancing”Roshaneh Zafar, the Founder and President of KashfFoundation is a learned economist. She represents true faceof the ideal women of 21st century who nurture a vision andare capable of transforming their dreams into reality.Key Points: Most microfinance programs target women with the explicit goal ofempowering them. However, their underlying premises are different. Some argue thatwomen are amongst the poorest and the most vulnerable of the underprivileged. Othersbelieve that investing in women’s capabilities empowers them to make choices, which willcontribute to greater economic growth and development. Finally, some proponentsemphasize that an increase in woman’s resources results in higher well-being of the family,especially children.Dr. FAISAL SULTAN | CEO, Shaukat Khanum MemorialCancer Hospital and Research Centre“Professional Ethics at Work Place”Dr. Faisal Sultan is a US-trained infectious diseases specialist.He has served on expert committees in Pakistan in the area ofHIV-AIDS and on the Human Papilloma Vaccine AdvisoryCommittee of the WHO. He is a member of the academiccouncil of the University of Health Sciences, Lahore and is afellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and theCollege of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan.Key Points: Education and training in the values and identity of an organization help toremind and reinforce these values. Effective communication and monitoring are crucial tocreate the systems which can disseminate and evaluate, which then lead on to appropriatereward and (occasional) punishment. Professions are vocations that often require a highdegree of skill or education and are often placed in high esteem by society and granted 9 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • autonomy and self-regulation. Classic examples are the legal, medical, engineering andaccounting fields but there are numerous others.MEDEEHA J. KHAN | CEO, HRS Global Training(R), HR Academy (TM)“Role of OD & Corporate Culture in EmployeeEngagement”Medeeha J. Khan is a Senior HR Consultant and BusinessManager for HRS Global. She is the Director of Learningand Organization Development for HR Academy™, thetraining arm of HRS Global.Key Points: The managing of our Human Capital hasbecome significantly more important in recent years. Change Innovators develops andimplements the most progressive HR practices to ensure our clients meet the needs oftodays employees. People-focused employers are concentrating on attracting and retainingtheir most attractive resource. Change Innovators and our team of consultants have theexpertise and resources to assist your organization in adapting to this employee-drivenera.SALIM GHAURI | Chairman & CEO, NetSolTechnologies“Managing Change in Turbulent Times”He is currently the President of Asia Pacific, NetSolTechnologies Inc. and the Chairman and CEO of NetSolTechnologies Limited, Lahore. He has been heading NetSolTechnologies Limited for the last thirteen years. During thistenure, NetSol has gained world-class recognition andsustainable growth, topping the list of IT companies inPakistan and serving blue-chip clients all over the world.This IT icon of Pakistan has accomplished whatgovernments and large institutions strive to accomplish in decades, and it is amazing to seehow the zeal, will power, effort, courage, and hard work of a single man can reshape thefuture of IT in Pakistan. This is what that makes Mr. Salim a true visionary and one of the 10 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • best-known entrepreneurs of the country. Mr. Salim is also serving as the first HonoraryConsul of Australia for Punjab (Pakistan).PANEL DISCUSSION: “Developing Emotional Intelligence & LeadershipCapability from within”Key Points: 1. Become emotionally literate label your feelings, rather than labeling people or situations 2. Distinguish between thoughts and feelings 3. Take more responsibility for your feelings 4. Use your feelings to help make decisions 5. Use feelings to set and achieve goals 6. Feel energized, not angry 7. Validate other peoples feelings. 8. Use feelings to help show respect for others 9. Dont advise, command, control, criticize, judge or lecture to others 10. Avoid people who invalidate youBrig. TAIMUR AFZAL KHAN | Director HR,Qarshi Industries“Developing Emotional Intelligence&Leadership Capability from within”He has more than 17 years of experience at Senior HRpositions in multinational and Pakistani companies, and themost sought-after HR expert in Pakistan. Now serving asDirector HR of Qarshi Industries (Pvt) ltd. He is one of thepioneers of HR industries in Pakistan; and played an activepart in introducing HR concept in Pakistani corporatesector. 11 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • BAKHTIAR KHAWAJA | CEO, Lahore ConsultingGroup Ex-Group Head Learning & Development BankAlfalah Ltd.“Developing Emotional Intelligence&Leadership Capability from within”Mr. Bakhtiar Khawaja is a seasoned professional who hasover 33 years of experience in HR Management &Development. He also gained six years of practical bankingexperience with UBL, including a two years stint as BranchManager. Mr. Khawaja got his first degree from the LondonSchool of Economics and did MBA from Pakistani. He wasthe Founder President of the LUMS HR Forum at Lahore,and also served its Karachi chapter as President for two years.Key Points: Most of us admire celebrity leaders who have charisma, personality, emotionalintelligence and who deliver great results. But these leaders do not represent leadership.Leadership is represented by the whole leadership team in an organization. Good leadersdo not just build their personal credibility they build the organization’s leadershipcapability and the capacity of the organization to sustain future leaders. In order to build acadre of leaders to fulfill organizational future needs, present leaders must invest inleadership development in a systematic manner.Prof Dr. MUHAMMAD EHSAN MALIK |Director, Institute of Business Administration (IBA),Punjab University“Developing Emotional Intelligence&Leadership Capability from within”A Ph.D. from Leicester University Management Centre, UK,is a vibrant personality. he is serving as Director General,Punjab University Gujranwala Campus, Dean, Faculty ofEconomics and Management Sciences, Punjab Universityand Director, Institute of Business Administration, PunjabUniversity, Lahore. 12 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • FATIMA ASAD-SAID | Executive Director,Human Capital Solutions Abacus Consulting“Developing Emotional Intelligence&Leadership Capability from within”A Ph.D. from Leicester University Management Centre, UK,is a vibrant personality. he is serving as Director General,Punjab University Gujranwala Campus, Dean, Faculty ofEconomics and Management Sciences, Punjab Universityand Director, Institute of Business Administration, PunjabUniversity, Lahore. His professional background since1981 to date is a journey marked with hard work,distinction and excellence. He’s been representing IBA andPakistan to many national and international workshops, conferences and seminars.DR. MUHAMMAD AMJADSAQIB (Sitara-a-Imtiaz) |Executive Director, Akhuwat“Re-kindling Hope & Faiththrough Ethical Leadership”Dr. Muhammad Amjad Saqib, a prominentsocial worker, volunteer and development professional graduated from King EdwardMedical College Lahore. Dr. Saqib is founder of Akhuwat, first ever interest freemicrofinance program. This program operates from mosques and churches and has openednew vistas in the domain of social mobilization and poverty alleviation. This is the largestindividual based lending program in the country and is referred to in many internationaluniversities as a unique and innovative model in microfinance. He is Akhuwat’s ExecutiveDirector and main driving force since its inception in year 2001. 13 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • Masood Ali Khan| Senior OD Consultant & Author“Developing Emotional Intelligence&Leadership Capability from within”Masood Ali Khan, brings with him about 28 years of experience of working at seniormanagement and leadership positions. After specializing in Organization Development(OD) and Training & Management Counseling from USA, he has worked at senior positionsin the hotel industry in USA and Pakistan. He is former Deputy Managing Director ofPakistan Services Limited (Owners and operators of Pearl Continental Hotel chains) andformer Managing Director of Pakistan Tourism DevelopmentCorporation (PTDC).Mudassar Aqil| GM at Bank Alfalah Limited“Developing Emotional Intelligence& LeadershipCapability from within”Results-driven HR & Quality Assurance executive withdemonstrated ability in the areas of organizationaldevelopment, strategy, business analytics and customerexperience management. Rich background in StrategicPlanning, Marketing and Operations in the US and in Pakistan. Track record of consistentlydelivering mission critical results by developing great teams, understanding value driversand aligning behind business strategy. A strong orientation in finance and a passion forexcellence in service and operations. 14 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • NIQAB KHAN | CEO, ABTC“Developing Emotional Intelligence&Leadership Capability from within”Niqab is the of CEO, ABTC Automation and EnergySolutions Expert deals in Building automation, HVACcontrol and Low voltage systems, Central industry andfacility monitoring and control systems. SCADA, Mimic andannunciation systems, Machines and Plants Automation,Instrumentation, communication systems and cabling,Automation System Products, Spares and revamping solutions, Round the clock warranty andtroubleshooting services, Environment friendly, energyand power saving control design.ANDLEEB ABBAS | CEO, FranklinCovey Pakistan“Transactional to Transformation Leadership”Andleeb Abbas has been in the field of training andconsultancy for the last 15 years. She specialized instrategic leadership and marketing strategy and hastrained the top management of many local andmultinational organizations. She is the CEO of the world’slargest training and consulting multinational –FranklinCovey Pakistan.Key Points: The impact of a transformational leaderreverberates long after he is no longer there and it is thismoral longevity which makes him larger than life. Alltransformational leaders like the Prophet (PBUH), Quaid e Azam or Nelson Mandela arepeople who never gave a thought on the personal hurt and damage that the process oftransformation may cause, rather they sacrificed their own bodily and worldly comforts toalleviate the anguish of the masses. 15 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
  • Our Distinguished Guests: 16 Manager Today | www.managertoday.com.pk | Somia Ishaq: 042-3592066 | 0300-4521298 Business Summit | October, 20, 2011 | Royal Palm Golf & Country Club | Lahore, Pakistan
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