Our Programs

Art of Ageing well : Preparing in 50's to work after 60's

According to New England Journal of Medicine (2018), the most productive age group is 60 to 70 years followed by 70 to 80 years and 50 to 60 years respectively. Keeping in view this research finding the work life of an individual has extended to a longer period of time after the actual retiring age […]

Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling for Women Leadership

In 1995, there were no women serving as CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, and only 10 percent served as Board Members. Now, women make up 5 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs, and women’s boardroom participation has risen to 17 percent. A research done by Kathy Caprino, famous author and a coach reveals that organisations with […]

Building High Performing Teams for Achieving Results with Relationships

The groundbreaking research study of Adult life at Harvard University has revealed that the people who fared the best in life were the people who had strong interpersonal relationships with family, friends and community. Taking cue from this, organisations need to encourage a positive and relationship oriented work culture. Employees who are healthy and happier […]

Developing Competencies for Effective Leadership Roles

Why great leaders are so scarce? According to Gallup study just 21 percent of employees strongly feel they are being managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work. It doesn’t imply that such managers are ineffective leaders, it is because they aren’t getting enough guidance before they are placed in leadership roles. […]

Developing Yourself for Managerial Excellence

As a leader you will have to walk the talk and lead by example. Therefore, before trying to develop others, you must be able to develop yourself. This program “Developing Yourself For Managerial Excellence” (DYME), focuses on three-pronged self development process starting with accurately self assessing your strengths and areas of improvements followed by understanding […]

Emotional Intelligence for Career Growth : Why EQ matters more than IQ?

Do you know what is the difference between a performer and a star performer? According to Daniel Goleman, father of ‘Emotional Intelligence’ approximately 80% of success is due to emotional intelligence making EQ more important than IQ. Emotional Intelligence in simple words, is ‘Way of Acting’ and this goes a long way in enhancing interpersonal […]

Enhancing Effective Communication & Impactful Presentation Skills

Communicating effectively is an art and must be practiced effectively at workplace for better output and successful achievement of goals of the organisation. Every employee must be very clear what his colleague wants to convey. One must be able to decode the information in the desired form and respond accordingly. Mastering the skills of communication […]

From Conflict to Collaboration

Peter Drucker, the management thinker said that friction, confusion and underperformance exist in every organisation which makes conflict inevitable. Further, research reveals that managers today spend at least 24% of their time managing conflict. Does that sound like a shocking waste? No, because the good news is that conflicts and differences bring in innovative solutions […]

Stress Management For Personal & Professional Effectiveness

Stress is a fact of life. You cannot avoid stress but when you cannot manage stress, it manages you. The fast pace of the modern corporate world has posed a very high work pressure on its employees which has inevitably caused stress. In such situations, professionals who are able to manage stress effectively and show […]