JMEC FÉS

Développement des Soft Skills.

JMEC Fès 2018


La JMEC à Fès sera organisée du 26 novembre au 4 décembre à Fès avec la thématique : Les soft skills, voir l'école autrement.

programme fèz 2018


Conférence inaugurale
10 h – 12 h
Clefs du succès
Mohammed H. Sqalli
FST Fès

9 h - 12 h
Leadership, Cohésion d’équipe, et résolution de conflits
Jaafar Megzari
FSDM Fès

Formation

15 h 30 – 17 h 30
Les secrets de la réussite
Nouredine Labbar
ENSA Fès

Conférence

Conférence (en anglais)
15 h – 17 h
Leadership
Hinda Boudane
FMP Fès

Conférence (en anglais)
15 h – 17 h
Leadership
Hinda Boudane
INSA/UEMF

Atelier
14 h - 17 h
Softskills et le marché du travail
Rajae Azami Hassani
FSJES Fès

Intervenats fèz 2018


  • Hinda Bouddane

    First Vice President of the elected provincial council of the city of Fez, Morocco

    Layla Ajrouh

    Doctoral student, 4th year, School of Humanities, Mouly Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco

    Mohammed H. SQALLI

    Senior Consultant @ LMI (Leadership Management International) Maroc

  • Jaafar Megzari

    PHP Consulting – Managing Director San Antonio, Texas Area

    Badr BOUSLAMA

    Community Empowerment Manager - Skills Center

Hinda Bouddane
First Vice President of the elected provincial council of the city of Fez, Morocco
Hinda Bouddane, I am the First Vice President of the elected provincial council of the city of Fez, Morocco. I am an alumna of the Leaders for Democracy Fellowship at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, USA. I was the only moroccan representing Morocco in the 2011 cohort awarded this fellowship. I am currently preparing my master degree on Programme and project management from the International University of Rabat. I hold a BA in English studies and one year of social work professional BA. I have also taken part in many training programs, seminar, International conferences and summer schools across the world. I am currently working as Regional Operations Manager of INJAZ AL Maghrib, an NGO that belongs to JA Worldwide that aims to promote social entrepreneurship in public school through its programmes in partnership with the Ministry of National Education. I am also a political and civil society activist; I am keen on promoting women and youth political participation in Morocco. I am also an active member of several NGOs that work in the areas of local governance, democracy reform, youth initiatives, and women’s rights and empowerment. My activist work also includes professional trainings in Morocco on communication, entrepreneurship, and governance; youth capacity building; and rural women’s development. I am an alumna of the capacity building programme administrated by the Citizen School of Political Studies ( that belongs to a Network of schools of Political studies launched by the Counsil of Europe) in Morocco that aims to strengthen different actors of the democratic development in Morocco. I have worked with a USAID’s local governance programme that aimed to create a bridge between the youth and the local communes in order to enhance youth engagement in public affairs on the one hand and help the commune to develop public policies on the other.”
Layla Ajrouh
Doctoral student, 4th year, School of Humanities, Mouly Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco
*Doctoral student, 4th year, School of Humanities, Mouly Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco. My research study is about "Leadership in Higher Education Administration in Morocco", *Master’s Degree in Business Communication, Mouly Ismail University, Meknes, *Have been working at AUI since 1999; served at Mohammed VI Library, Academic Affairs, and now a "Project Manager" at Human Resources and Administration at AL Akhawayn University in Ifrane, *Part-time professor of Professional English at ‘’l’Institut Spécialisé des Technologies Appliquées ‘’(ISTA), Fès, *Part time Professor of English at « L’Ecole Supérieure de Télécommunication et de Management" (SUPTEMA), Fès, *Tutoring university students via “ la Fondation Marocaine de L’Etudiant (FME)” *Member of Moroccan Association "Réseau de Femmes pour le Mentoring Networking (RFMN)" *Member of No Violence Alliance (NoVA ) group at AUI, *Interested in Teaching Fundamental Academic Skills and Lifelong Learning Skills to high-school and university students.
Mohammed H. SQALLI
Senior Consultant @ LMI (Leadership Management International) Maroc
Dr. Sqalli Houssaini Mohammed est dirigeant d'entreprise, professeur universitaire et coach en leadership certifié par iPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching) et franchisé LMI (Leadership Management International). Ingénieur d'Etat en Informatique de l'Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs, et Master et Doctorat d’Etat de l'Université de New Hampshire aux Etats-Unis. Récipiendaire d'une bourse Fulbright. Plus de 25 ans d'expérience entre le Maroc, les Etats-Unis, le Canada, et l’Arabie Saoudite.
Jaafar Megzari
PHP Consulting – Managing Director San Antonio, Texas Area
Formateur LAPO MBA, Université du Texas à San Antonio (états-unis)
Badr BOUSLAMA
Community Empowerment Manager - Skills Center
Consultant Community Empowerment Management - Centre Khouribga Skills OCP. Consultant, entrepreneuriat et Leadership managériale. Président Fondateur du Dare to Lead : Leadership Academy au sein de l'université Mohammed V Rabat

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