Muhammad Kamran is a corporate Trainer with 15 years experience in working with Higher Education, Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), multinational and academic institutions. He is a training professional with extensive leadership experience in staff development, process and productivity improvement. He has delivered operational, leadership management, human resource management and corporate social responsibility training sessions through blended delivery methods (virtual classrooms, webinars and instructor-led).
Muhammad has taught business modules at different institutions in the UK, such as Kingston University, London Metropolitan University, London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) and among others. He is also a research fellow at Social Science and Humanities Research Association (SSHRA).
- What is wrong with Economic Sanctions: Efforts to evaluate the moral dimensions of Economics Sanction
- Do we elect venal politicians again?
- Moral accountability” vs. “Systematic corruption”
Research Paper Presentation