Kamran’s unconventional approach to organizational growth has helped create some of the most unique institutions in Pakistan that challenge traditional and outdated approaches. This makes him a de facto thought leader in the field of Communication Consulting and he carries this message with utmost confidence, conviction and clarity.
He brings with him a wealth of cross-cultural management and leadership experience, owing to his experience of working in Europe, South Asia and the Middle East for over thirty years. He believes in developing oneself through reading. He himself is an author of three books on personal improvement and leadership, and regularly contributes management articles that are published in Pakistan’s leading business magazine, Blue Chip.
He has worked with leading multinational and local companies as well as clients in the non-profit and public sector.
His learning and development interventions abroad include facilitating sessions with young community leaders in the UK, speaking in Toastmasters clubs and conducting workshops for clients in the Middle East, Europe and North America. Other than conducting international trainings for Pakistani companies like Engro Foods in Canada, Kamran has also rolled out localized versions of international programs for multiple clients in Pakistan; these include British American Tobacco, MOL, BHP Billiton, Coca-Cola and AkzoNobel.
Kamran obtained his MBA from the University of Strathclyde, where he majored in Organizational Development. He is a graduate of the Dale Carnegie, where completed courses in Management, Executive Image, and Effective Speaking and Human Relations. He has also attended a number of courses that include “Leadership for the 21st Century”, at the JFK School of Government, Harvard University, Dr. Peter Senge’s “The Learning Organization – Building a Sustainable Future”, and “Strategic Leadership and Change Management” at the Wharton SMU Program, in Singapore. Kamran is an approved training resource for members of Young Presidents Organization, headquartered in the United States.
He divides his time between Toronto, London and Islamabad.