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Développer les talents de la future génération de leaders : Une étude basée sur le programme Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders
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Yasmina El Kadiri, avec la collaboration de Taoufik Benkaraache et Hammad Sqalli et la participation de Lilia Rizk
March 21, 2022

Le présent rapport de recherche est la synthèse d’une étude sur les leaders émergents, leurs stratégies, pratiques et leviers d’empowerment, un travail d’une durée de trois ans, fruit d’un partenariat entre le Policy Center For The New South, Economia HEM Research Center et le laboratoire LARGEPA de l’Université Paris II Panthéon Assas.

L’étude a examiné les attitudes, les ressources, les compétences et les capacités d’un échantillon de plus d’une centaine de leaders émergents de différentes éditions du programme ADEL (Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders), programme phare du Policy Center For The New South rassemblant 350 lauréats originaires de 4 régions du monde et représentant 68 pays ; de talentueux et influents jeunes professionnels de 23 à 35 ans, issus des secteurs privé et public ainsi que du secteur des ONG et du monde académique, rigoureusement sélectionnés pour leurs exceptionnelles capacités de leadership.

Ce rapport est également disponible sur le site d’Economia HEM Research Center.

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