Three Management Development Programs ranging from managerial effectiveness to spreadsheet modelling to financial intelligence and planning are on the May agenda at FORE School of Management, New Delhi.
Kicking off the month will be “Enhancing Managerial Effectiveness through Self-Awareness” under the direction of Prof. Neetu Jain, slated to run May 1-3, 2013.
Self-awareness is at the core of being a successful leader and a manager needs to know their own strengths, weaknesses, interpersonal styles and behavioural patterns to be effective in the workplace. As Warren Bennis said "Management of self is critical. Without it, leaders and managers can do more harm than good. Like incompetent doctors, incompetent managers can make life worse; make people sicker and less vital."
The objective of this three-day session will be to empower individuals to be in greater control of themselves for personal growth; learn to balance emotions in interpersonal transactions; rejuvenate body, mind and soul; enable them to see opportunities for self-growth; spark reflection to change their mindset and empower participants to believe in themselves. It’s designed for senior, middle and junior level executives, managers, professionals, consultants, established and budding entrepreneurs, academicians and trainers.
Program Director Prof. Neetu Jain has 14 years teaching experience in reputed management institutes, has been an invited speaker at several forums on social concerns and conducted several MDP's on stress management, anger management, cognitive reorientation, meditation sessions and mind stilling exercises. She teaches courses in organizational behavior and human resource management at FORE.
“Spreadsheet Modelling for Financial Analysis” is next on the agenda, scheduled for May 6-7, 2013 under the direction of Prof. Himanshu Joshi. Covering financial analysis and modelling using MS-Excel, the program will cover basic and advanced features of Excel, along with financial statement forecasting, time value of money concepts, financial planning, investments, bond pricing and duration analysis.
This session is aimed at middle and senior managers dealing with corporate finance and treasury functions, investment bankers and managers at equity brokerage firms and analysts from KPOs.
Program Director Prof. Himanshu Joshi has more than 10 years of experience teaching, training and doing research; has published several research papers in national journals and has presented papers at national and international conferences. He has conducted several executive development programs and was instrumental in conducting an international training program for women entrepreneurs from Pakistan in micro-finance and micro-enterprise management.
Wrapping up the month will be a two-day session – “Financial Intelligence and Financial Planning for Women Executives” (May 9-10, 2013). Under the direction of Prof.Vinay Dutta and Prof. Shalini Kalra Sahi, this MDP is aimed at enabling the participants to improve and develop a deeper understanding of financial planning.
The goal is to enhance their level of understanding of corporate and personal finance, develop financial decision-making skills and learn to apply them.
Among the many topics to be covered will be: wealth management, wealth accumulation, wealth preservation and wealth distribution; the art of corporate finance and why it matters in decision making; understanding the basics of financial statements; applying financial intelligence in evaluating financial statements and enhancing company performance and personal financial planning.
Prof. Vinay Dutta, Program Director, who has more than two decades of experience in banking, the corporate sector, teaching and training, has been involved in more than 240 MDPs and contributes articles to business magazines. Prof. Shalini Kalra Sahi, Program Director, has about five years of teaching experience and has taught at the Department of Business Economics, University of Delhi and ICFAI Business School, Gurgaon. Her areas of specialization include behavioural finance, investment management, financial accounting and corporate finance.