SULEMAN AHMER

Suleman’s interest in the power of visions to transform organizations has resulted in consulting work with groups in Pakistan, the UAE and the US. He has consulted with both local and Multinational organizations. Suleman has taught the fundamentals of Visions to thousands of individuals in Bahrain, Kuwait, Pakistan, the UAE and the US.


Suleman founded Timerunners, Inc. in Chicago in 1999, Timelenders, Inc. in Boston and Karachi in 2002 and Timelenders FZE in the UAE in 2007. Through Timelenders, Suleman teaches courses such as Strategic Time ManagementStrategic Visions, Strategic Negotiation Skills, Stress Management etc. The list of companies trained and consulted includes global and local giants such as GSK, Nestle, Pfizer, Philips, Siemens, Total, Pak Suzuki, Bank Islami Pakistan, Diamond Paints, The Indus Hospital, Telenor along with armed forces such as Pak Army, Combined Military Hospital across Pakistan, Pakistan Navy etc.


Before founding Timelenders, Suleman was associated with a couple of Chicago based multinationals. He has worked in the US and Canada, the Caspian region, the Middle East, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. He has traveled to over 25 countries. A former member of the American Management Association, Suleman draws inspiration from his international management experience and his background in research.


Suleman is an award winning author and has three works: the essence of his travel experiences are captured in ‘The Embattled Innocence’ published in the US and his current focus is ‘Strategic Time Management’ and ‘Strategic Visions’. His articles on geopolitics and history have appeared in prestigious magazines in the US such as the Washington Post for Middle East Affairs. He has taught different courses in top Pakistani universities like LUMS and KSBL. He has also spoken to over 40 US universities including the Harvard University, MIT, Emory, University of Pennsylvania and Rutgers.


Suleman is an Engineering graduate of the University of Nebraska and his research with the US Air Force in Solid State Physics culminated in published work.


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