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Volume # 12 | December, 2018

UAE Freezones Biz News Updates

 
Creating a better tomorrow is UAE's priority: Sheikh Mohammed

Third annual meeting of the World Economic Forum's Global Future Councils commenced in Dubai on Sunday.

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, said that being proactive in creating a better tomorrow is a priority for the UAE government. This approach guides the development of strategies and services that positively impact people's lives.

"Advanced technologies and sciences are shaping the future. In the UAE, we are keen to harness advanced technologies to enhance the progress of humanity," he said while touring the Transformation Maps Platform on the sidelines of the third annual meeting of the World Economic Forum's Global Future Councils, which commenced in Dubai on Sunday.

"We are proud of the UAE's contribution to humanity's journey of progress, and its transition to a future driven by new advanced technologies. We are working hard to equip future generations with the skills that will be required in the future. Hosting the annual meeting of the Global Future Councils is part of our vision for enhancing the UAE's contributions to improving the conditions of human society. It reflects our aspirations and our constant efforts to ensure the best possible future for our people," he said.

Sheikh Mohammed was accompanied by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai; Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai; and Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation.

Failures, challenges make good leaders: Pupils

Students are encouraging their peers to "get up and try again if they fail" for them to become leaders.

When asked how students can become leaders instead of followers, the head boy at the Apsam Indian International School Sharjah, Dev Sebastian Joseph, said students should find their passion, as "passion leads to innovation".

"Sometimes, students become followers by default because of cultural or traditional practices. But remember that a true leader thinks out of the box. Innovative leaders create a culture of risk, change, and critical and creative thinking. Sometimes you try and fail, but that can make or break you.

"The light bulb was tested 3,000 times before they got it right. Imagine if they stopped trying back then, maybe there wouldn't be bulbs today. Schools' curricula should embrace project-based learning, mind-mapping students, and team work that
supports development skills," Joseph said.

Innovative leaders, he said, are passionate visionaries who not only churn out groundbreaking ideas but also lead by example and motivate the people around them.

He added that their school's principal has given him a chance to become one as he worked with senior and junior school student council members.

"Schools have a great role in moulding the young generation to be innovators rather than followers. To live and succeed in the present world, students will need an increased focus on communication, collaboration, and creativity. They will also have to use technology to turn their ideas into opportunities," Joseph said.

Hurairah Faatimah Muzammil, a student at Gems Our Own English High School, Dubai, said that the youth could become tomorrow's leaders and innovators if they are given the responsibilities and tasks that challenge their abilities and spark their passions.

"Responsibility makes students understand their roles and urges them to do their best to meet the requirements of a given task. Introducing them to a wide range of activities and ideas can also help them develop a better understanding of problems and learn how to find innovative solutions.

"Providing challenges at every level is another way, as this lets pupils compete with themselves and strive for excellence," she said.

November 11, 2018
 

Courtesy Galadari Printing and Publishing LLC

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