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HRSE KSA (HR Summit & Expo)
Masterclass with Sam Silverstein: 26 May 2024
Conference & Exhibition: 27 - 28 May 2024
Workshops: 29 - 30 May 2024
Mandarin Oriental Al FaisaliahRiyadh, Saudi Arabia

Amer Abbass Saeed Alkurdi
Organisational Development Director at Confidential


Amer is a seasoned HR executive with extensive experience in organisational development, HR projects, and training delivery, particularly with HRCI at all levels. Currently serving as Director of HR & Organisational Development, Amer has led transformative HR strategies across the MENA region for over 17 years. His expertise encompasses talent acquisition, Compensation & benefits, performance management, employee engagement, and organisational design, significantly enhancing business alignment and workforce efficacy.

Amer's profound impact is evident in his strategic leadership in HR and organisational development roles at prominent multinational corporations. He has excelled in driving comprehensive HR transformations, optimising organisational structures, and spearheading robust training programmes that elevate managerial and team competencies. His approach integrates a deep understanding of MENA's unique cultural and business dynamics with a commitment to fostering inclusive and dynamic work environments.

His educational background includes a Global MBA from the University of Manchester, further enriching his strategic and financial acumen. Amer’s professional journey illustrates a commitment to excellence and a profound ability to adapt and thrive in diverse settings, making him an invaluable leader & consultant in the human resources field.

Agenda Sessions

  • Compensation and benefits certificate programme - HRCI

  • Workforce analytics certificate programme - HRCI