Business Executive Center,
F-17, Block 8, Clifton.
Arsal relies on an approach centered on reasoning and rationality in his trainings to counter cognitive barriers to personal development. His trainings combine the tangibility and measurability of skill enhancement with a deeply intellectual component that rests on recognition of the self. He is a certified trainer and a lead facilitator. He is currently a Consultant and Trainer at Torque Corp.
For his audience, he unveils the key to paradoxes in his signature trainings on Financial Analysis. His core interest lies in learning & development of individuals in particular.
Pragmatic and principled, he engages his audience with an innovative and immersive experience in his training. His focus on skill-based training stems from his belief that, similar to a gun, motivational training needs the bullets of skills to function; without the skills, the proverbial gun of motivation ends up shooting blanks! Armed to the teeth with an arsenal of facts and figures, his style is based on practical critique and applicable solutions.
Arsal’s corporate clientele includes (Put logo of these companies) Nestle, Engro Corp, State Bank of Pakistan, Pak Suzuki, Primatics Financials, amongst others. In addition, he has worked with academia students and teachers on several skills. Also he contributed in communities through the channels of UNICEF’s UReport and British Council’s DOSTI program from the platforms of School of Leadership and School of Leadership Foundation. His methodologies include storytelling and experiential learning. Arsal has a huge interest in tech, history, sports & likes reading books. He is a big fan of Malcolm Gladwell’s theories and leadership style.