Nisrine Bou Frem
Nisrine Bou Frem, 36 Years old, Lebanese , Mother of 10 years old Son ( Josef), Founder and chief executive office of People practice hub, moved to UAE 15 years back, started her career as a patient in a healthcare facility, started from scratch call center receptionist, operations manager to reach head of human resources after 12 years and moved as Chief Commercial officer to a hospital. I am CIPD qualified and I have a master degree in International Human Resources.
What were your initial years of growing up like? Tell us about your life before starting your corporate journey/venture/initiative.
I come from a mixed family of Lebanese father and Egyptian mother. I have 6 sisters. I am the 3rd lived a very stable childhood surrounded by a big family and saw my mum giving up on her career to raise us.
Every industry that is now a large-scale, top-notch business once started as a small idea in the minds of entrepreneurs. What was that idea or motivation that made you start your business /initiative? What motivated you within to say YES, go for it!”
Realizing the corporate world culture is getting really toxic and no work-life balance or appreciation in the corporate world, I wanted to be in charge of my life , I wanted to choose with whom I want to work.
Tell us something about your initiative or current role. What is it about, and what impact are you trying to make?
I created this hub to help and support people and organizations in the healthcare industry, from recruitment to training, to setting policies and procedures, mentoring and coaching.
Your journey and your vision are very inspiring, but are there any achievements or accomplishments you would like to mention?
Established the HR Department from scratch , i have established a commercial department from scratch, i have supported complex processes to attain JCI, ISO & CAP accreditations.
Would you like to share with our young budding women entrepreneurs the change you would like to see in the world if given an opportunity?
I would like to see people treated fairly and given chance regardless of religion, nationality , color and education,
Women are a growing force in the workplaces worldwide, standing shoulder to shoulder with their male counterparts. There are cracks in glass ceilings everywhere, with many women breaking through to carve out a space right at the top of the pyramid. What are your thoughts about women leadership today?
Women by nature are leaders, they are the mother, the sister, the wife, the daughter, they inspire and motivate, they lead and leave an impact always.
What would you want to say to our young women leaders/audience reading this?
Everything is possible, go for it! Believe in yourself and take risks. Life is short so live it fully!