Leadership is all about results. Result orientation makes all the difference. The desired results may be achieved with the help of high performing teams in the organization. A leader needs to galvanize the team into a high performing well knit entity. These high performing teams can do wonders for the organization. A leader needs to plan well and take the right decisions. Planning and decision making is core to leadership. At times, leaders also grapple with problems. The leaders need to know the problem solving strategies, types, steps and techniques. This program provides an insight into all these aspects through four modules by eminent experts. This program is delivered with interesting video sessions, tools and techniques, cases, self-reflections and success stories to imbibe and internalize these competencies.
|Time Commitment:||7-8 hours including Videos, Self-Reflections, PDF Downloads, FAQs and Online Program Assessment|
|Who Should Attend||Participants may be Professionals / academicians/Managers aspiring to imbibe Leadership skills|
In a constantly changing business environment, a leader needs to plan well and take the right decisions. Planning and decision making is core to leadership. We are living in the VUCA – volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world. In this VUCA world, how do we ensure success? How do we take the right decisions? What are the process, types and guidelines for planning and decision making? How to use the data? How to create a culture of planning and decision making? All these questions are answered in this module with examples. Ultimately, a good planning and decision making process adopted by a leader drives the results in an organisation.9 Videos, 6 Handouts, 3 Scenarios, Frequently asked questions, 25 comprehensive questions and self-reflections
Prof Piyush Sinha
Prof Piyush Kumar Sinha is Director, CRI Advisory and Research. He has 37 years of advisory research and training as well as managerial experience in marketing, sales, retailing, service, and business strategy for products as well as service and business strategy for products as well as service companies. Prof. Sinha holds a Ph.D. in marketing. He was a professor in Retailing as well as Chairperson, Department of Marketing at Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA), India till March 2018. Before IIMA, he taught at IIM Bangalore, XIMB and was Dean at MICA
Problem Solving is very important from the perspective of driving results in an organization. Problems also gives an opportunity to do things better. The ability to solve higher and complex problems distinguishes a great leader from a good leader. In this module, the importance of problem solving for a leader and a manager is discussed. Myths regarding problem solving is also demystified with interesting examples. As a leader, you need to know the problem solving strategies, types, steps and techniques as well as the barriers to problem solving. All these aspects are discussed in detail in this module in an interactive manner with interesting examples and illustrations.7 Videos, 6 Handouts, 4 Scenarios, Frequently asked questions, 20 Comprehensive questions and Self-reflections
Prof Ram Kumar
Prof. S Ram Kumar has corporate experience working in Indian Private Sector Companies, EDUTECH, Centre for Environment Education, Ahmedabad, Matusushita. He is also the Founder Director of Auction India Ltd., Founder Director of Empower Pragati Vocational staffing Pvt. Ltd. Board member of Saath Charitable Trust, Ahmedabad, India. He has MSc degree in Nuclear Physics and Post graduate Diploma in Management from IIM, Ahmedabad. He is also the author of “Politically Incorrect Children’s Stories “. Innovation is his Passion.
Result orientation in organizations can only be achieved through high performing teams. High performing teams are highly focused on their goals and they achieve extraordinary results in any business. In this module, we shall learn about the ingredients, characteristics, traits and sustenance of high performing teams. This module also discusses the presence and impact of a high performing team in an averagely performing organization. As a leader, you shall also get an insight as to how to transform an average team into a high performing team. This module also discusses the factors contributing to the fall of a high performing team and gives tips for budding leaders to create a High Performing Team.11 Video, 6 Handout, 3 Scenarios, Frequently asked questions, 25 comprehensive questions and self- reflections
Dr. Aquil Busrai
Dr Aquil Busrai is a thinker and practitioner of HR in diverse environments, spanning over four decades in Indian and Global MNC’s. He has held senior positions in both operational and strategic HR including, start-ups, acquisition, mergers and re-structuring. He has also worked with Unilever PLC, Motorola, Shell, and IBM. He is an MBA in HR, a Post Graduate Degree in law, a Post Graduate Diploma in Training and Development, and was awarded PHD in 2012. He is also the CEO at Aquil Busrai Consulting.
Result orientation is a critical competency of becoming an effective leader. A leader drives the vision of the organization and formulates the right strategy to get the desired results. But how does a leader drive results in an organization? How does a leader measure results? How does the leader use innovative mindset to drive results? What are the essential characteristics of a result oriented leader? What prevents result orientation? All these aspects are answered in this module. The module also gives an insight into Balanced Scorecard, which is a strategic management performance tool to identify and improve various internal business functions and their results. The result oriented leadership is also showcased with a case on GE. On Indian front, the result oriented leadership is also highlighted with examples of Reliance, Titan, Maruti Suzuki, HDFC Bank and so on.11 Videos, 6 Handouts, 3 scenarios, Frequently asked questions, 25 Comprehensive questions and self-reflection
Mr. Avadhesh Dixit
Mr. Avadesh Dixit is a global HR leader with more than 20 years of HR experience. He has worked with companies such as TCS (London) as Head, Employee Engagement &OD, in CMC Ltd as Head Global HR, in GE Capital’s Retail Finance in India he worked as Vice President & Head Human Resources and in Moody’s corporation he is now working as Chief Human Resources Officer he also leads Global HR & CSR Function for Moody’s Analytics knowledge Services. He also volunteers as the chief mentor and advisor in socio story since January 2019. Mr. Dixit was also presented the distinguished alumni award by the dean, Faculty of Commerce and Business, Delhi school of Economics for outstanding achievement in HR.