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Khalid Al-Muhaisen

GM, Talent Management
Sabic

Mr. Al-Muhaisen is truly honored to be part of the SABIC Delegation for the panel discussion at MERCT on ‘A Motivation of Minds – Engineering the Future’.
As a global company with c.40,000 employees taken from many different countries and backgrounds, our business meets the needs of customers in over 100 countries. Every day, our products touch the lives of millions of people all around the world. From chemicals, innovative plastics, and polymers to fertilizers and metals – SABIC products are fundamental to improving our quality of life.
Our commitment to the global communities in which we operate; our work to protect and sustain the environment in which we all share; our pioneering technology and innovation to build a better future; the high quality products we offer to our customers; and, the financial return we offer to our shareholders.
We are striving to sustain and build on the remarkable success which we have enjoyed since SABIC’s launch. Our focus then and now is to challenge the status quo; working proactively with our customers to find the best solutions and applications to assure ‘sustainable’ long-term relationships.
Mr. Al-Muhaisen is General Manager of SABIC’s Global Talent Management Function (HR) and has previously held various leadership positions. As a member of SABIC’s HR leadership team, he today contributes towards the formulation and implementation of overall business strategies, plans and implementing optimum global talent availability structure.
Al-Muhaisen is synonymous for his strong leadership in SABIC Global Human Resources and his drive for engagement and delivering change. He also plays a pivotal role in SABIC’s HR Strategy with noteworthy contributions to major enterprise wide projects. Today in his role as Global Talent Management, he leads a Global HR team dedicated to enabling human capital for SABIC’s operational and strategic ambitions.
Responsibilities to the +40,000 staff include the direct effective and efficient management of the talent management function and ensuring adherence to guidelines and maximizing the return to the Corporation and its shareholders. His leadership style ensures the effective achievement of the Talent Management function through engagement, performance reviews, succession planning, leadership development, employee career development, global mobility, education / scholarship programs and talent acquisition; with a view to developing and motivating staff.
Under his remit, Talent Management aims to support our vision to be the preferred world leader in Chemicals, for which SABIC needs to embark on a long-term journey to develop one of its most important resources– our people. Hence, Talent Management strives to build a meritocratic culture, which focuses on both performance and values such that each employee can drive their own career and development with support from their managers.

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