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IBA, Synapse organize last large assembly on creative leadership

IBA, Synapse organize last large assembly on creative leadership

IBA, Synapse organize last large assembly on creative leadership

IBA, Synapse organize last large assembly on creative leadership

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KARACHI: The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi in collaboration with Synapse, Pakistan Neuroscience Institute, organized the last large assembly of this program at the IBA, Main Campus to emphasize the impact of creative leadership, on an individual and organizational level.

Speakers at the event included Founder and CEO Synapse, Dr. Ayesha Mian; Keynote Speaker and Principal, Development + Humanitarian Assistance, Miyamoto International, Unjela Kaleem; Former Chair and Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine Agha Khan University (AKU), Dr. Asad Mian; and CEO, NAPA Karachi, Junaid Zuberi.

Dean Student Affairs IBA, Maheen Ghauri commenced the session and presented a welcome note.

Dr. Ayesha introduced the program and stated that its main objective was to assist the IBA fraternity to communicate better and more creatively. She emphasized that if you can inspire others to do more than you are a true leader. She also opined that fearless organizations offers psychological security to their employees so that they can voice their ideas freely.

In her keynote speech Ms. Kaleem shed light on storytelling and its role in leadership. She said that a person’s happiness depends on the quality of their thoughts and urged leaders to work cooperatively with their teams to bring out innovative ideas and solutions.

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She stated that to be an effective leader, one must be open to learning, criticism and failure. She urged the participants to be authentic in whatever they do.

Mr. Zuberi expressed his delight on coming back to his alma mater. Sharing his thoughts on the topic, he stated that leaders must experiment and take risks to be good leaders. He underscored the importance of community engagement and said that a good leader is one who attains success with limited resources.

Mr. Asad shared the nuances of disruption and ICE (Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship).

A panel discussion ensued on ‘Celebrating Failure in Leadership’. A Q&A session followed the discussion.

Earlier, Office of Student Affairs, IBA, signed an MoU with Synapse, Pakistan to launch the Tabeer – (IBA x Synapse) Program for the IBA students, staff, and faculty. The launch program took place in April 2023.

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The Tabeer initiative was created with several objectives in mind. First, the IBA aims to promote compassion and empathy among IBA students, faculty, and staff.

 

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