Leadership and the Emirati Woman: Breaking the Glass Ceiling in the Arabian Gulf, المجلد 1
The role of Arab women is often perceived one-sided in Western countries. In fact this perception must be revised when looking at the achievements of women in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The booming economy - one of the fastest growing economies in the world - demands for a well educated society. A 2005 Forbes list of "Women to Watch in the Middle East" included two Emirati women. Telling the success stories of Emirati women in leadership positions will give exposure to the West and serve to counterpoint existing prejudices about the opportunities for women in the UAE.
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لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
Business women in Islam and participation of
Projects lead by women for women
About the authors
عبارات ومصطلحات مألوفة
Abu Dhabi achieve active Ajman Al Ain Al Gurg award Aysha Al Hamili Bastak career challenges country’s cultural daughter difﬁcult Dr.Houriya Kazim Dr.Meshgan Al Awar Dubai economy Emirati women employment environment expatriate father Fatima Al Jaber Federal National Council ﬁeld ﬁgure ﬁnancial ﬁnd ﬁnishing ﬁrst female ﬁve ﬂying fulﬁll global H. H. Sheikha Fatima H. H. Sheikha Lubna Habiba Al Marashi Highness Sheikha husband Islamic labour leaders leadership LUBNA AL QASIMI male Mariam Behnam married Middle East Mohammed bin Rashid mother ofﬁce participation pilot political private sector professional Ras Al Khaimah Rasha Rashid Al Maktoum Reema Abbas region role models ruler Sharia Sharjah Sheikh Zayed Shirin Abdulrazak started Sultan Al Nahyan Tejari UAE nationals UAE University UAE Women’s UAE’s United Arab Emirates United Nations woman women’s rights workforce Zayed bin Sultan