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Living the Titanic: Leadership Flaws causing Titanic Disasters

Monday Talks > 2014 Winter (Season 6)

Monday 31 March 2014 (7:00 - 8:15 pm - Open to all)
Language: Arabic

A cruise for the Titanic Centennial Memorial allowed Raed and his daughters to retrace the original route of the historic legviathan. Centrals lessons of this catastrophe remain relevant until today. The presentation will reflect on what Raed and his family learned from diverse failures in leadership that caused the sinking of the largest, fastest and most luxurious (and assummedly "unsinkable") ship of its time. We owe it to the 1503 who lost their lives to learn such lessons lest they be repeated: in shipping and in other walks of life such as business, governance and personal activities.  

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Raed H. Charafeddine is the First Vice-Governor of Banque du Liban, Lebanon's Central Bank, a position he has held since April 2009.
Prior to assuming his current responsibility, he had an extensive banking experience of 20 years and has held senior positions including deputy general manager and program director of total quality management (TQM).

In the civil society arena, he served as a board member in several NGOs and as a lifelong activist in the areas of social justice, women empowerment and community development.
In the academic realm, he was a member of several master and doctoral juries and a visiting lecturer at select universities where he facilitated courses in Strategic Management, Leadership, and Leading Change. He also lectured at Harvard, Yale, Tufts and INSEAD on the current challenges of the Arab transition, particularly on the economic, financial, social and cultural aspects.
He holds a BA and an MBA from the University of North Carolina, USA and participated in several executive education programs at Harvard University.


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