Our Programs

Breaking The Glass Ceiling by Women Executives

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 […]

Competency Building for Leadership Roles

Why are great leaders 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. […]

Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills

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 positive impact is that conflicts and differences bring in innovative solutions […]

Crisis leadership: Driving Organisational Change in the VUCA World, 21-22 August, 2020

It is commonly believed that leaders of 21st century will be operating in a very different en- vironment best described as VUCA ( Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity). In this VUCA environment, with the enhanced use of technology and AI (Artificial Intelligence), the mechanical part of the workforce will be taken care of by machines […]

Developing Emotional Intelligence

Do you know what is the difference between a performer and a star performer? According to Daniel Goldman, father of ‘Emotional Intelligence’ has stated that approximately 80% of success is due to emotional intelligence making EQ more important than IQ. The good news is that emotional quotient unlike IQ can be increased throughout the life. […]

Managing Self for Leading Others

It is well said that an organisation is as good as its people and its people are as good as they manage themselves and others. If you can’t manage yourself, you can’t effectively lead others. Managing self for leading others is about maintaining oneself holistically  i.e psychologically, physiologically, emotionally and sociologically. The program helps to realise […]

Online Training Programme on Managerial Effectiveness for Higher Performance in VUCA World

Overview  It is well said that an organisation is as good as its people and its people are as good as they manage themselves and others. The more effective its people, the stronger the organisation. However, managers of 21st century will be operating in a very different environment best described as VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity […]

Personal Effectiveness for Non Executives

Today, most of the senior managers expect their administrative staff to expand their management skills because the support the staff provides to them is undoubtedly vital. This programme emphasises the need to develop competencies critical to increase efficiency of an individual and thus improving the organisational productivity. The most important part of this programme is […]

Value Actualisation for Organisational Excellence

As per the Gallup study, globally 87 percent of employees are disengaged at work with lagging motivation ultimately leading to low productivity and profitability. It was found that this disengagement was the result of mismatch between personal expectations and organizational goals. As great leaders that make great workplaces, it is their responsibility to increase employee […]