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The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) and Bahrain Car Parks Company “Amakin” recently collaborated to host an inspirational session titled “I Lead” aimed at enhancing leadership skills and self-empowerment among female staff members.

Conducted at the BIBF premises, the session focused on promoting self-awareness, leadership development, and achieving work-life balance. Through discussions on understanding personality traits, strengths, weaknesses, beliefs, and values, participants gained insights into managing emotional triggers and navigating professional challenges.

Led by Ms. Amal Kooheji, the session witnessed active engagement from female staff members of Amakin, providing valuable perspectives on women’s leadership roles and experiences. The initiative reflects a joint commitment from both organizations to empower women with the tools and knowledge necessary to succeed in leadership positions.

Ms. Anood Abbas, Head of Leadership and Management Centre at the BIBF, emphasized the importance of such sessions in fostering personal and professional growth, highlighting the significance of empowering women in navigating leadership complexities.

Ms. Fatima Al Khan, Director of the Human and Administrative Resources Department at Amakin, underscored the company’s dedication to celebrating Bahraini Women’s Day and empowering women in the workplace. The collaboration between BIBF and Amakin signifies a concerted effort to create a supportive and inclusive environment where women can thrive and drive positive change.

Through initiatives like “I Lead,” both organizations aim to equip female staff members with the skills and confidence needed to excel in leadership roles and contribute effectively to their organizations and the wider community.