Author, speaker & C-Suite consultant Arif Anis Malik is an international human capital expert who has the privilege of coaching top corporate leaders, heads of states, movie stars and CEOs from Fortune 500 along with a few of the most powerful men & women from ‘The Time’s & Forbes’ list of Most Influential People in The World. Arif has extensive linkages with global leaders, multilateral organisations, institutions of higher learning in the fields of policy-making & opinion formation, peace building, lobbying and impact generation. As director of a UK based think-tank, he contributed to global peace initiatives including peace building between India and Pakistan and participated towards building Olympic Truce legacy in follow up of London Olympics 2012.

With advanced degrees in Psychology and business, Arif received executive education from LUMS, Imperial College London and the University of Oxford. Arif is member of the Royal Commonwealth Society and a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is a licensed NLP Master Practitioner and an expert mentor at IOEE,UK. He has led educational, training & consulting projects in collaboration with US State Department, Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO).

Arif has shared stage with global icons in the field of leadership and influence industry including President Bill Clinton, Stephen Covey, President Musharraf, President Nasheed, Tony Robbins, Prime Minister Gilani, Tony Buzan, Daniel Goleman, Richard Bandler, Jack Canfield, Richard Branson, Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump, Paul McKenna, Brendon Burchard & James Caan.

Arif has appeared in various programmes at BBC, ITV and Channel 4, Geo TV & ARY Network. He has spoken as a contributor/ keynote at several global universities including the University of Oxford, Cambridge University,University of London,London Metropolitan University,Leeds Metropolitan University,Hong Kong University, SOAS & London School of Economics.

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