For Leaders 2030 program, 27 leaders presented proposals

 Tuesday, August 2, 2022 


Yesterday, i.e. on Sunday, around twenty-seven leaders from the government of Saudi Arabia, along with experts from business and non-profit sectors, presented their ultimate proposals for the Leaders 2030 program at a grand ceremony.

The program will be supervised by the Mohammed bin Salman Foundation, or MISK. The body allows gifted individuals to showcase their ground-breaking ideas to meet the objectives of Vision 2030 for monetary development.

Princess Haifa bint Mohammed, the deputy minister of tourism; Dr. Majid Al-Tuwaijri, supervisor of the National Center for Artificial Intelligence; Dr. Ghassan Al-Shibl, deputy chairman of the board of directors of MISK; Mohammed Al-Shuaibi, director of special projects, Strategic Management Office; and Dr. Badr Al-Badr, CEO of MISK took part in the event.

Among many other proposals, suggestions to get Saudi tourism better ranked and usage of artificial intelligence to move forward digitalization in the country were highlighted.

The Leaders 2030 program aimed on assessing the local experiences of the Kingdom and opportunities related to development. Also, it arranged field visits to well-known organizations to make the most from their experiences.
The board chairman of the Centre for Leadership Studies, Saleh Al-Mohaimeed, talked with the Arab News regarding the transformative possibility of proper leadership as a reward for humanity.

He explained that the right leader illuminates the society’s way by investing his experience, abilities and information to motivate others.

He added that Vision 2030 has stimulated them as they seek to be a vivacious community, a flourishing economy and a determined country.

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