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  • تبرز ميرنا عارف في هذه الحلقة من التعاطف طريق الفوز مع علي سلامة، أهمية التعاطف ودوره في بناء فريق عمل متكامل ومبني على الثقة والتوازن. كما أنّها تتحدث عن تجربتها في التعامل مع حياتها الشخصية والمهنية منذ بداية جائحة كورونا، وكيف أثر هذا الفيروس على منظورها الشخصي للحياة.ميرنا عارف  قوية الاندفاع والحماس ، تحمل من الخبرة 18 عاما، مع سجل حافل بالانجازات، قائدة مكينة ومتحدث بارعة هي المديرة العامة لفرع مايكروسوفت بمصر، تقلدت مناصب قيادية بارزة في شلومبرغر وايمرسون و ب اش جي اي، بالإضافة إلى كونها المديرة تسويق عالمي ومديرة المجموعة الاقليمية. نجحت ميرنا في التفاوض وربح مايزيد عن مليار دولار في صفقات عقدتها خلال مسيرتها، وسيرت فرق عالمية وخلقت فرص إستراتيجيات أعمال ونوعتها في ربوع أسواق عالمية مختلفة.التوقيت[2:32] أهمية التعاطف في مكان العمل[6:08] ترقية التعاطف في مكان العمل[9:36] أهمية الذكاء العاطفي في التعاملات الشخصية والمهنية[13:30] تجربة ميرنا في الموازنة بين الحياة المهنية و الحياة خلال فيروس كورونا[16:25] نشر التوعية وأهميتها في ترقية الشمولية والتنوع في أماكن العمل[22:00] رسالة ميرنا لنفسها لما كانت صغيرة-Click To join the conversation join the EMPWR Podcasting Network:🌍 On FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theempwrpodcastingnetwork🌍 On Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13903682----Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash).Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2021.

  • Joze Piranian is a lifelong stutterer turned International Speaker helping people who hold back turn fear into action so that they overcome their “inner stutter” and unlock their true potential in life. After avoiding speaking almost entirely for more than 25 years due to a debilitating stutter, Joze won the Inspirational Speaker of the Year award in 2017 and has performed stand-up comedy in 3 continents and 3 languages. He now delivers inspirational keynotes on inclusion and resilience at organizations, conferences and educational institutions worldwide. With more than 3 000 000 views on speech featured on Goalcast, Joze has also been featured on TEDx, NowThis, CBC and Global News.----Click To join the conversation join the EMPWR Podcasting Network:🌍 On FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theempwrpodcastingnetwork🌍 On Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13903682----Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2021.

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  • Today I speak with Helen Farmer on Dubai Eye 103.8 highlighting one of my favorite Radio Appearances. We talk about the issues around mental health data and COVID, and my work in Canada and in the United Arab Emirates.----Click To join the conversation join the EMPWR Podcasting Network:🌍 On FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theempwrpodcastingnetwork🌍 On Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13903682----Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2021.

  • Yaron Engler delivers 1:1 and group coaching programs for men who want to upgrade their life from good to great. His clients are often entrepreneurs who despite their success feel disillusioned, not good enough, angry and stuck in the hamster wheel of life. His passion is to help his clients let go of everything that is holding them back and create a healthy transition to a life with more freedom, connection and fulfilment. Through this work Yaron has helped many men reduce significantly the levels of stress and anxiety in their life, shifting their career into a more meaningful direction. The work is based on the CROP Cycle™, which has been the foundation of his work around the world as a coach and a touring musician. Through this work Yaron has helped many men reduce significantly the levels of stress and anxiety in their life, shift their career into a more meaningful direction, have more time for themselves, earn more money, deepen their relationship with their intimate partner and children, become more fit, healthy & confident, and with all that - have more fun in their life. Yaron’s is also a professional drummer who has performed in front of over 500,000 people all around the world: he is a Summa Cum Laude graduate from Berklee College of Music.Click To join the conversation join the EMPWR Podcasting Network:🌍 On FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theempwrpodcastingnetwork🌍 On Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13903682⏳ Timestamps[5:00] introduction and Yaron’s early experiences.[9:00] Walking through the intimate experience of men support groups[13:00] The impact and power of community in inflicting change and transformation[19:00] Explaining and understanding the CROP method and its intertwinement with the age of social media and influence.[28:00] Yaron’s advice to the young generation to help them enforce, enable and start their lives.[35:20] final words✍🏼 Key lessonsWe must allow ourselves to explore the world instead of submitting to the ideas we were taught.We should understand and learn how to crop and select the most important things in life.💭 Quotes“The way we feel is not really how we feel, it's like we have been programmed to act in a certain way based on what the experience around us is.”“The experience of grieve can be lived in many ways”“We aren’t really understanding how rich life is and how conditioned we are, if we limit ourselves to believe that life is what we were shown and told. It has to be an individual quest it can't be surrendering to what we were told that were supposed to be”“We are continuously being influenced and brainwashed in a way to live our lives according to external effects”“What’s good for me might be very bad for you and vice versa”Life isn’t about being busy, it’s about living----Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2021.

  • After being awarded a BSc in Business Management from King's College London and having worked as a PricewaterhouseCoopers Strategy consultant for Mergers and Acquisitions in the MENA region, Nazli shifted careers to the special educational needs and disability field. With an MA in Special & Inclusive Education from University College of London, Nazli is a learning support specialist in Cairo American College's elementary school Learning Support Services department and a learning skills development therapist at the Effective Learning Foundation. She works with children with a range of developmental disabilities and learning difficulties with the hopes of developing their skills, strategies, and self-esteem in order to cope in an academic environment.⏳Timestamps:[2:00] Introduction[3:00] Nazli’s journey to special and inclusive education and providing support services.[10:00] The burden of change and impact of switching careers.[14:30] The Main Transferable Skill sets that constituted Nazli’s career path.[19:00] Special Education and its misconceptions in the Middle East and Egypt.[26:00] The future of special education in the MENA region.[29:00] Playing a role, taking action, and giving accessibility.[32:00] Nazli's upcoming projects.[35:00] Ending💭Quotes:“I grew up fully aware of the challenges that a family faces when a member needs special care, and there is not care that can be offered to that person.”“Teamwork is the backbone of any consulting project.”“Special needs and disability are still a massive stigma and that’s because of the lack of awareness and education.”“We hear the word “disability”, and we freak out because we as humans are not comfortable with what we do not know, and it’s all linked to our lack of awareness.”“The general sentiment in the world, in general, is to assume that individuals with disabilities cannot be active members of our society, and we don’t give them as much importance as people that can contribute to our lives, and it’s because we don’t give them a chance to explore what they can and cannot do.”✍🏼 Key lessons:It’s never too late to change the course of your studies and career.Adaptability is one of the key skills that should be acquired when wanting to make a life-changing decision. People need the proper information to understand what disability and autism mean.We should present people with disabilities with the same chances in everyday life.People with disabilities can be just as active, functional, healthy, and beneficial members of our society.Proper training, infrastructure, and accommodation can help raise awareness and enable children with disabilities in schools.

  • Robb Kelly, PhD is a renowned addiction consultant who believes in treating the problem of addiction, not the symptoms. He has worked for many years helping addicts and alcoholics to recover their lives from the disease of addiction. Based on his own experiences working with addicts and alcoholics over the last 20 years, a PhD in Psychology from Oxford University and as a recovered alcoholic himself – he is a triple threat against the disease of addiction. Dr. Kelly was the CEO of a thriving telecommunications company when the walls came crashing down on him due to alcoholism. He ended up homeless and broken on the streets of Manchester, England until he found the courage to save himself. Timestamps:[0:50] Self introduction[2:00] The reason behind addiction [3:00] How to help people who self-sabotage and struggle with addiction[6:00] Kelly’s advice on being emotionally open and vocal and creating a safe space.[9:00] Understanding the repetitive pattern in addiction[13:00] Rob Kelly’s advice to the youngest generation on self-care[18:00] final words Quotes“It all starts with the head, never with the symptom” “Our power is our voice, it’s our most powerful tool”“Everybody needs human contact”“Men need to cry, they need to be believed in”“Surround yourself with good people”“It takes a brave man to stand forward and acknowledge the problem”“As a community, we need to start making sure that we have each other’s backs”“We need to get out and meet other people and start believing in ourselves”“It’s all about making a difference in somebody’s life today!”Key lessonsDialogue is the most helpful method to help people with addictionBeing in touch with your emotions is the first step to healCrying and opening up does not make you any less of a manSurround yourself with people you want to be likeIf you look at yourself from another perspective, you’d see the positive parts of your life moreBelieving in yourself is enough motive to start making change----Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • Zain Kamal Masri is the Head of Brand & Reputation at Google MENA. Zain launched "Maharat min Google", a digital skills program that trained over 1,000,000 people, of which 50% are women and 54% found a job or grew in their business/career as a result. She also launched “YouTube Batala,” a content hub featuring more than 400 female creators from across the Arab world. Masri and her team help Google select the doodles for the region, at least 50% of doodles in the Arab world have celebrated women. Zain was selected as part of Forbes 30 Under 30, UN Women Gender Innovation Agora, and as an IMF Youth Fellow.Timestamps[1:00] Self-introduction by Zain[3:00] How technology enables women in the MENA region.  [6:30] Facing challenges within the Arab culture and educational systems.                          [10:00] Allyship and empowering women in the MENA region[13:30] Breaking society norms and having representation for minorities.[15:40] Mental health talk and importance[21:30] How Zain balances her mental wellbeing with everyday life.[28:00] final words Quotes“Culture is interwoven in our daily lives.”“Troubleshooting and thinking of solutions is a great first step.”“The difference between diversity and inclusion is diversity having gender, color, race, and backgrounds, but inclusion is really feeling empowered enough to share your perspective.”“I believed in the power of mental health in shaping everything around us.”“Mental health isn’t something that was embedded in our educational systems.”“ companies lead by example in making sure their employees prioritize their mental health and wellbeing.”“Technology is a tool to help bring the best out of the [MENA] region.”“personal branding is story-telling.”Key lessons:Technology (in the MENA region) can help women be included, and with time have a seat at the table. Breaking the cultural cycle is important, and should begin with the educational systemChampioning people who are breaking the mold will encourage more women and more minorities, in general, to step up within their communities.It’s important to listen to your body and learn when you need to take a break. ----Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • Maha Abouelenein is an Egyptian American communications consultant specializing in strategic communications, public diplomacy, and campaign management. An executive and entrepreneur -- Maha is one of the most experienced and connected communications specialists in the Middle East, with more than 22 years of experience, advising global corporate giants, high growth tech startups, top governments, and high net worth individuals.She specializes in helping big tech companies launchpad into the Middle East market – from Google and Netflix to Udacity and more. She is now working with Serial Entrepreneur, digital guru, and 5X Best Selling Author GaryVee.More on Maha’s incredible Bio Below!Timestamps:[3:00] Intro & Childhood[6:00] Identity Struggle, Marriage, and Social Pressure [11:00] Overcoming Leadership Challenges & Advice[13:00] The Cultural Context of Leadership[16:00] The Meaning of Empathy to Maha[22::00] Building a True Effective and Solid Team Members Quotes:• You have to have the confidence to believe that you own a seat at the table and that you should be there.• All business is personal.• We didn't use to have conversations about Empathy in business. It was always about personal relationships.• Empathy is now the core component of leadership and dealing with people in business and culture.Key lessons: • Marriage and relationships aren't meant to make you whole, they're meant to support you while you work on making yourself whole.• Leadership advice:1. Confidence & preparation 2. Feeling secure about opinions. 3. Focusing on added value.•  Advice on Building a Team: - skills- chemistry- cultural fit- believing in the work being done- passionMaha has a reputation for delivering results and ability to manage projects from inception to execution with creative, strategic and analytical drive. Raised and educated in the USA to Egyptian parents, she is home in both West and Arab worlds. Maha is all about relationships - building them, nurturing them and serving them. She thrives on storytelling, building scalable campaigns and thought leadership. Maha is calm in a crisis and loves to lead and train teams.Abouelenein was born and raised in the United States, in a small town in Minnesota, where she pursued a career in Communication and received a Master’s degree. She is passionate about news and news making, and always dreamt of becoming a reporter, that is why she interned in CBS Minnosta. However, it wasn’t until Maha moved to Egypt in 1997, that her work in communications kicked off. She worked for several companies like Google, and Netflix. Maha has media trained several Fortune 500 CEOs and high profile executives from Google, Microsoft; YouTube, Mastercard and Netflix among others. As a Communications Coach, she trains individuals on everything from public speaking and storytelling to reputation management and personal branding.She is the founder of Organizational Consultants, a strategic communications consulting firm and founder of Digital & Savvy - a blog about communications in the Middle East. Maha is former Head of Communications for Google in the Middle East and North Africa. She holds a Masters Degree in Communications from Minnesota State University – Mankato, USA and an undergraduate degree in International Business & Marketing with a minor in French.-Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally...

  • Richard is CEO and Founder of Augustus Media, an award-winning modern media company in the UAE and KSA, publishers of Lovin Dubai, Lovin Saudi, and Smash. He has worked in the media advertising space since 2006 at agencies in Ireland, England, and the UAE. He successfully built a regional Social Media department at Mindshare MENA before becoming the Managing Director of a creative technology start-up. In 2015 he launched Augustus, a ‘new media’ company, which was recognized as Best SME Company in the 2018 MENA EFFIE Awards. In 2019, they added ODEUM, a content studio.Richard is fascinated about changing media consumption habits, and passionate about creating effective brand communications through native advertising.-Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Join the Tethr App, The world’s first online, peer-to-peer support community connecting men for open and honest conversations about life. https://www.tethr.men/ (https://www.tethr.men/)-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • Sarah is the CEO of Coconut Media for advertising and social media marketing and is the founder of the IG Academy online course, where she helps more than 5000 students develop their social media pages with the aim of increasing their sales.Sarah's mission is to help Arab entrepreneurs convert their social media accounts to grow their business online.Instagram: @sarah.refai-Join the Tethr App, The world’s first online, peer-to-peer support community connecting men for open and honest conversations about life. https://www.tethr.men/ (https://www.tethr.men/)-Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • Dr. Nicole LePera was trained in clinical psychology at Cornell University and the New School for Social Research. She also studied at the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis.  As a clinical psychologist in private practice, Dr. Nicole LePera often found herself frustrated by the limitations of traditional psychotherapy. Wanting more for her patients— and for self— she began a journey to develop a united philosophy of mental, physical, and spiritual health that equips people with the tools necessary to heal themselves.  She is the creator of the #SelfHealers movement where people from around the world are joining together in a community to take healing into their own hands. Her first book, How to Do the Work, is currently in pre-order with a release date of March 2021. Website [Free Future Self Journal prompts]: http://www.yourholisticpsychologist.com/ (www.yourholisticpsychologist.com) Website [SelfHealers Circle]: https://selfhealerscircle.yourholisticpsychologist.com/ (https://selfhealerscircle.yourholisticpsychologist.com/) Instagram: @the.holistic.psychologistFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/the.holistic.psychologist/ (https://www.facebook.com/the.holistic.psychologist/)YouTube: The Holistic Psychologist-Join the Tethr App, The world’s first online, peer-to-peer support community connecting men for open and honest conversations about life. https://www.tethr.men/ (https://www.tethr.men/)-Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • This is a conversation explaining the power of community and relationship building. To connect with EMPWR / Ally Salama - email us at info@empower-mag.com-Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • The world’s first online, peer-to-peer support community connecting men for open and honest conversations about life.https://www.tethr.men/-Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • In today's episode, we bring along Jana Amin, an iconic youth leader, currently interning at the Harvard Kennedy School, creating a unique blueprint for effective activism for Arab Youth all over the world.-Jana Amin is an Egyptian-American senior in High School. She has a passion for girls’ education and women in Islam. An avid speaker, Jana gave a TedX-Youth talk on changing the narrative around Muslim women and competes nationally on her school’s speech team. She works closely with The Collateral Repair Project, an NGO based in Jordan to support refugee women and girls. Recently, she hosted a virtual event, #17for17: Advocating for Girls' Education.-Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.-Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.-Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • In today's episode, we bring along Mohamed El Shorbagy. From Alexandria, currently living in the UK, Moe A world number one and World Open winner and one of the biggest talents in the sport of squash. He was just 15 years of age when he joined the PSA in 2006 and he quickly became the first player in history to secure a maiden PSA World Tour title at a five-star event a year later.In the lead up to The Middle East's Sports And Mental Health Conference, https://www.instagram.com/sportsmentacon/ (SportsMENTA Con), we present to you Mohamed El Shorbagy and his take on Part 1 "Decoding the Making of A Champions Mental Health" as well as the importance of the mental health in sports.Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • In today's episode, we bring along Farida Osman. An All-Africa Games gold medalist and Egyptian national champion and record-holder, Osman is the fastest female swimmer in Egypt and Africa, she is currently coached by Teri McKeever.In the lead up to The Middle East's Sports And Mental Health Conference, https://www.instagram.com/sportsmentacon/ (SportsMENTA Con), we present to you Farida "Foufy" Osman on her very own personal take on the impact of Mental Health on her performance in Swimming.Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by https://www.instagram.com/ashmusic/ (Ash). Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by Ash. Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.Doug is the CEO of AQR International – Founded in 1989, AQR is now recognised as one of the most innovative test publishers in the world working in more than 80 countries. AQR has established its reputation as a thought leader in mental toughness. Doug has worked with Professor Peter Clough and Dr John Perry for 25+ years to define Mental Toughness and to create the world’s leading measure of Mental Toughness, the MTQ.He is co-author of the leading text on the concept and its applications – Developing Mental Toughness (Kogan Page 2015) Doug is now recognized as a leading authority on the application of the framework to the worlds of work, education, social mobility, and coaching. He speaks regularly at major conferences and events on the importance of Mental Toughness in improving wellbeing, agility, performance, and managing aspirations.Join us at the Capital Club as we engage, explore, and emerge stronger through conversations around leadership development, wellbeing, and resilience.EMPOWERING MINDS | The Mental Toughness Series 1Register now: https://lnkd.in/eD-dR8y (https://lnkd.in/eD-dR8y) Venue: Capital Club, DIFC, DubaiDate: 11 Jan 2021Time: 09:00-11:00You can follow Amrika & HAD Consultants here:https://www.linkedin.com/company/had-consultants/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/had-consultants/)H.A.D Co-Founders:https://www.linkedin.com/in/halaboualwan/ (Hala Bou-Alwan), Lawyer, Thought Leader & Entrepreneur https://www.linkedin.com/in/amrika-bhogaita-764651b/ (Amrika Bhogaita), Business Psychologist, Coach & Experienced trainerhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/daliaelkilany/ (Dalia El Kilany), Event’s Magician, Innovator & AnchorTune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by Ash. Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.In today's episode, I am interviewed by Ahmed El Hamamsy on Linkedin on my Journey founding EMPWR.Follow Ahmed El Hamamsy on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ahmedhamamsy-supplychainprofessional (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ahmedhamamsy-supplychainprofessional)Follow Ally Salama on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allysalama/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/allysalama/)Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by Ash. Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.Join us at the Capital Club as we engage, explore, and emerge stronger through conversations around leadership development, wellbeing, and resilience.EMPOWERING MINDS | The Mental Toughness Series 1Register now: https://lnkd.in/eD-dR8y (https://lnkd.in/eD-dR8y) Venue: Capital Club, DIFC, DubaiDate: 11 Jan 2021Time: 09:00-11:00About H.A.D ConsultantsWe are a team of three women, who come to work every day because we want to make a difference.  We want to instill hope, ignite your ambitions and help you realise your dreams. Working with individuals and teams, we do this by offering transformative coaching sessions, training programmes and events that aim to help you to overcome challenges, identify your unique qualities, develop your potential and mental strength, and ultimately achieve success. We believe that empowering individuals has a snowball effect, leading to stronger, more resilient teams, businesses, communities and societies as a whole, and we’d love to start with you.You can follow HAD Consultants here:https://www.linkedin.com/company/had-consultants/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/had-consultants/)H.A.D Co-Founders:https://www.linkedin.com/in/halaboualwan/ (Hala Bou-Alwan), Lawyer, Thought Leader & Entrepreneur https://www.linkedin.com/in/amrika-bhogaita-764651b/ (Amrika Bhogaita), Business Psychologist, Coach & Experienced trainer https://www.linkedin.com/in/daliaelkilany/ (Dalia El Kilany), Event’s Magician, Innovator & AnchorTune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.

  • Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! Music: “Daydream” by Ash. Available on Spotify, Apple Music & Anghami.Omar is an award-winning coach, trainer, and practitioner in the health and fitness industry. A pioneer in the industry, he was educated in Europe before moving to the UAE, where he has coached individuals as well as international football teams from Africa and the Middle East.In his career, he has founded his own training facility, developed a youth academy, and participated as a (fitness) coach in the World Cup and the African Nations Cup. His holistic approach and passion for listening, studying, and helping people have been recognized across the world through his long-standing relationships with athletes, clients, and celebrities.You can follow Omar here:https://www.instagram.com/omaralduri/ (https://www.instagram.com/omaralduri/)😍 Ps. You can now nominate any guest you'd like to be featured on Empathy Always Wins here: https://forms.gle/341i2ehoRDSLeC5w9 (https://forms.gle/341i2ehoRDSLeC5w9)SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTIt's an honor to be called up by a Harvard Undergrad to co-lead ACTIV 360 - The First Harvard-Led Virtual Mental Health Conference through the lens of sports in the MENA, taking place January 14, 2021.For more tune into our latest updates here: https://www.instagram.com/activ360con/ (https://www.instagram.com/activ360con/)Tune in daily & follow me https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ (@allysalama) andhttps://www.instagram.com/empathyalwayswins/ ( @empathyalwaywins) for more on the show's latest updates.Show CreditsEmpathy Always Wins: The World's Exclusive Leadership & Mental Health Podcast. © Ally Salama 2020.