With over 25 years of rich executive search and recruitment experience in the MENA region, we strive to help our clients find and attract the right talent to help their organizations grow.
Established in 1993, Lobo Management is reckoned as one of the pioneers in Executive Search and Recruitment in the region. During the last 25 years, the firm has established a strong reputation and an impeccable track record of providing key individuals to organizations in the MENA Region.
If you’re looking to grow a division of your business, set up shop in the region or find the next leader for your organization, now may just be the best time to get in touch.
A career isn’t just a means to an end, but a chance to unmask one’s potential - to make impossible dreams a plausible reality. Check out some of our latest vacancies here.
With current news of job layoffs and restructuring, there is an urgent need for working professionals, young and old, to take matters into their own hands and rise to meed the demands of the modern day job economy. Today, we're going to talk to Sam Fouladgar, a business trainer and coach about his new program, and hear from him how successful people have overcome adversity in the past.
Over the years, Lobo Management has conducted several global searches to attract leadership and expertise for its clients across the GCC and beyond.
The gush of feelings that one experiences upon finding out about their pregnancy for the first time is something totally inexplicable. The awe and excitement is so overwhelming. The day I found I was pregnant was by far the most satisfying day in a long, long time. It took some while for the excitement to contain and reality did kick in inevitably. What followed was a sincere feeling of gratitude for what life had offered my husband and I.
Motherhood is the most exciting phase of a woman’s life and something most look forward to experiencing. To give birth to a new life is a sheer bliss. Having said that, pregnancy and motherhood do come with their own strings attached and set of challenges, especially if you are an expecting mother early on in your career.
I need to be honest with you. Before the unprecedented global crisis, I didn’t really even know that pandemic was a word.
Earlier this year, Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair, Emirati businessman and philanthropist, has announced the establishment of a AED100 million ($27 million) education fund for the education of a minimum of 5,000 children. This is one poignant example as to the importance individuals and organizations are currently placing on education in the region.
It is no secret that the Covid -19 outbreak has drastically changed the economy and businesses across the world. For this reason, companies around the world are scrambling to develop an effective system of remote working, whereby employees can work from home to keep them safe from the virus and keep to government regulations.
While many companies are adapting to remote working (or WFH, as we’d like to call it in Dubai), this idea still sounds bizarre to certain organizations who haven’t adjusted to new ways and means of working. These ‘old-school’ leaders and entrepreneurs come from the line of thought that work can only be done from the office. Their reasons, of course, seem quite rational; they believe remote working will lead to more distractions, and limited interaction between staff members will pave the way to reduced productivity.
To equip leaders and companies with the tools to adapt to the restrictions created by the pandemic, we have come up with some methodologies that can be implemented to keep your employees productive when they are working from home.
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