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Coaching & Mentoring for Personal and Professional Excellence

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Duration: 3 days
Timings: 1000hrs -1415hrs
Dates: December 14 -16, 2022
Programme Director: Prof. Sanghamitra Buddhapriya
Mode: Online
Fees: (Online) Rs.8000 Plus GST @18%

Programme Introduction:

In today’s competitive business environment, good coaching and mentoring schemes are deemed a highly effective way to help people, through talking, increase self-direction, self-esteem, self-efficacy, and accomplishments. Coaching and mentoring contribute to the development of personal and functional competencies. Organizations can derive maximum benefits by meeting the growing need of the people to be guided in the work place, developing individual skill sets and achieving individual and organizational objectives. Mentors and coaches in relationship not only develop themselves but also as role models help enhance the growth and development of people around them in the organization.

Both coaching and mentoring are processes that enable both individual and corporate clients to achieve their full potential. Coaching and mentoring can inspire and empower employees, build commitment, increase productivity, grow talent, and promote success. They are now essential elements of modern managerial practice.

Programme Objective:

  • Understand the concept and purpose of management coaching and mentoring.
  • Be able to determine the use of management coaching and mentoring as a tool in human resources development.
  • Understand the relationship between coaching and mentoring and organisational objectives

Programme Content:

  • Mentoring – An overview – do you want to be a mentor
  • Relevance of Mentoring for Personal & Professional Development
  • Roles & competencies of a successful Mentor
  • Effective communicaton - Understanding your mentoring style
  • The Mentoring process-
  • Action Plan for an effective mentoring & coaching
  • Mentor –mentee relationship
  • Mentoring challenges

Programme Methodology:

The training will be interactive and experiential in nature. The programme will use a “learning by doing” approach along with structured exercises to meet the course objectives. A judicious mix of case studies, simulations, group work, exercises and audio-visuals will be used to impart and learn key concepts. Participants would be encouraged to prepare individual action plans to facilitate transfer of their learning to the workplace.

The program will focus on awareness and skill development through interactive sessions, experiential exercises, psychometric tests, case studies and role-plays simulating live situations

Target Organizations/Institutions:

Both Public and Private Sector organisations

Target Participants:

The programme is suitable for senior and middle level managers of public and private sector organizations, MNCs, banks, financial institutions, Government Departments and other organizations/institutions.

Program Directors:

Prof Sanghamitra Buddhapriya, Ph. D (FMS- Delhi University), Post-Doctoral (Mc Master University, Canada)

Prof Sanghamitra Buddhapriya, recipient of the Women leaders in Education Award by World Education Congress is a Professor & Area Chairperson of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources (OB & HR) Area. She has more than twenty-six years of experience in research, teaching, training and consulting. Dr. Sanghamitra is a PhD from Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. She received the prestigious Shastri Indo-Canadian Fellowship and did her post-doctoral research from Michael De Groote School of Business, McMaster University, Canada. She teaches courses at the post graduate level. Her research interest lies in mentoring relationship, diversity management, and gender issues in management, work-life balance, and stress at work. She has conducted extensive researches in these areas, and presented her research papers in Queens University, University of British, Columbia, and Harvard University etc. She has authored two books and published many research articles in referred national and international journals. She Heads the Centre for Psychometric Research, Training and Evaluation (CPRTE) at FORE.

Prof. Sanghamitra conducts wide range of open and in-company management development programmes across level for leading public and private sector organizations like Engineers India Ltd, Powergrid, ONGC, GAIL, IOC, NHPC, MMTC, SAIL, THDC, NBCC, LNG Petronet, Sentiss Pharma, ITD Cementation to name a few. She enjoys conducting management development programmes and has trained more than 2000 professionals on leadership, team building, motivation, emotional intelligence, work-life balance, gender sensitivity, mentoring and coaching, interpersonal skills, managerial effectiveness, organizational culture, problem solving and decision making, creativity and innovation. was selected as a resource person for training women civil servant on gender issues in Management

Corporate Group Discount:

One complimentary nomination for every group of three nominations from the same organization, i.e., 3+1 participants for the fee of 3 participants.

For registration/enquiries , please mail to exed@fsm.ac.in or call at 011-26856301/ + 91 9166085159/ +91 9810875278/ + 91 7976445970

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