Founder of Creativity & Beyond, UAE


Dina Faidi is a Consultant, Speaker, Coach, Mentor and Master Trainer. She is the Founder of Creativity & Beyond. Dina’s fascination with how the amazing human brain works led her to spend over 25 years studying, training, consulting, coaching and researching this area. She is now pursuing her doctorate in education. As an International accredited coach, trainer, and consultant Dina is committed to developing and supporting corporations, educational institutions, government entities, NGOs and individuals in their efforts to achieve ongoing success, through the integration of empowering tools to lead and innovate in their ever-changing business and life environment.


From creativity & Innovation programs, Design Thinking facilitation sessions, numerous speaking and coaching engagements, her skills and ability in working with a varied base of professionals and individuals, seeking to explore the power of the mind, opened doors for a diverse experience where she puts her knowledge and experience to serve the needs of the people who entrusted her in empowering them to help them transform and achieve their goals. Her passion shows in any project she works on which makes her results supersede the expectations.


A Certified Trainer in Tony Buzan’s Mental Literacy Concepts (BLI), a certified ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor (TLI), an accredited iMindMap Advanced Instructor. A Certified Master Trainer for Dr. Edward de Bono father of Lateral Thinking, the first Arab to be certified and one of only 30 entrusted certified Master Trainers in the world. A Master NLP Practitioner (NFNLP- USA), an accredited Accelerated Learning Trainer, and an accredited Associate Certified Coach (ACC) from the International Coach Federation (ICF).


Dina had taken the platform at many Regional and International conferences. She is involved extensively in several voluntarily social works related to education, children, women, environment and sports. Dina is based in Dubai but travels around the region for her work and to the UK for her doctorate studies.