Headquartered in Cairo, Eskil Middle East Learning & Development was founded in 2001 to provide constructive challenge to organizations during times of global and local change.
A key part of the international boardroom development company, Eskil, we are one of the fastest growing Middle East Learning & Development companies.
Our foundation is in applied business psychology, performance-driven engagements and the use of facilitation – and the ethos of our business is simple: “we don’t like boring”.
This means that we concentrate on exceptional environments & venues, highly engaging activities, abolishing boring slidedecks, and working with inspirational people.
Our mission is this – empower people to reach further; equip them with the tools and attitudes to achieve; embed the new knowledge.
We understand that it costs a lot in terms of time and money for your key people to be out of the office and ‘off the grid’.
Whether you are the CEO, a director or a senior manager, the impact of you being unavailable can be hard – and this in itself is a great reason for attending one of our short courses: your organization should be able to operate on a day-to-day basis without you there.
Whether you are looking to build your leader capability in the areas of psychology, authenticity, transformational capability or your leader branding, then spending time with Eskil is time well spent.
Feel free to review the sections below and you will understand that an Eskil Executive Learning & Development Experience is high-impact and high-value.
Eskil facilitates focused 1:1 learning to individuals in your organisation from the Boardroom and Senior Leadership Team down to individual team members – addressing specific issues through facilitated dialog, learning, psychology, behaviour and mentoring.
Eskil conducts psychometric tests in English and Arabic to support work in recruitment and selection processes, career planning, or personal, team, management or leadership development, conflict resolution, change management, performance improvement and more.
Eskil builds large-scale development programs for Middle Eastern clients. We work with you to build L&D interventions that support your corporate objectives. Programs range from micro-learning, virtual classes, 2-3 hour masterclasses, 1-2 day facilitated training, 2-4 day output-driven projects or residential sessions.
Eskil provides mentoring to key people in public & private sector organisations throughout GCC and the wider Arab world. We provide mentoring but also work with your leaders as we develop your own internal mentoring capability.
Eskil has a portfolio of 360-degree feedback question sets which support our work in learning, development, projects and consultancy in such disciplines as Leadership Development, Employee Engagement, Business Growth Capability, and Corporate Entrepreneurs (Intrapreneurship).
Eskil is founded upon the principles of applied business psychology and facilitation. With our partners, we can be involved from the start to plan, guide and manage your conferences, events and meetings or step in to run your set agenda. Eskil encourages all Associates to be members of the International Association of Facilitation.
Eskil’s Facilitated Network includes an international group of bilingual executive coaches able to provide both virtual and face-to-face executive coaching to high potential employees over a six to twelve month period. Our executive coaches are ferried and highly experienced in their field.
Eskil Middle East Learning & Development facilitates Development Circles – these are confidential workshops that are neither delivered onsite nor are open workshops but are where we bring together key individuals from different organisations for focused learning & development.
Eskil facilitates corporate Development Centers – high-impact high-activity workshops with a focus on achieving an outcome supporting your corporate strategy. Ranging from 2-3 hours to 2-3 days (dependent upon the size of the issue / opportunity and the depth of solution that you wish to derive).
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