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Duration: 2 days
Dates: December 16-17, 2019
Programme Director: Prof. Sanghamitra Buddhapriya
Fees: Rs. 16,000 (Non-Residential), Rs. 28,000 (Residential) Plus GST @18%
Leaders play an important role in bringing organizational success in a highly competitive business environment. However, leadership development continues to be one of the most challenging and intriguing issues facing organizations. These days organizations need leaders who can set vision for the organization and transform it with a view to achieve high performance and provide opportunity for personal success. In other words, leaders can build high performance organizations.
Team building is an integral part of managerial leadership. The effectiveness of a leader depends on his followers. The more productive the followers are, the more effective the leader is. Therefore, a leader has to devote a good deal of his time in building his team and developing team members. He needs to understand the dynamics of group behavior and use the same to boost employees’ productivity and increase business results. A leader also engages his people in decision making and implementation by using different methods depending upon task and team member characteristics.
The programme is focused on the role of team building and leadership in making an organization effective. It is important to understand the dynamics of team work for achieving the goals of the organization. The leadership skills in developing and communicating the vision throughout the organization have assumed high importance in the highly competitive environment now.
Our approach in the programme would be to help the participants gain insights by providing hands-on real-life assistance through case studies, simulation exercises, worksheets, checklists, experiential sharing etc. besides lecture method.
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.
Prof. Sanghamitra Buddhapriya is a Professor and the Area Chairperson in the Department of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at FORE School of Management, New Delhi. She received the University Gold Medal for securing First Class first Position in M.A in Personnel Management and Labour Welfare. She is a PhD from Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. She received the Prestigious Shastri-Indo Canadian Faculty Research Fellowship and did her Post- Doctoral research from Mc Master University, Hamilton, Canada. She has more than twenty two years of experience in teaching, research, training and consulting. Her research interest lies in mentoring relationship, diversity management, and gender issues in management, work-life balance, and stress at work. She has authored two books and published many research articles in referred national and international journals. Prof. Sanghamitra conducts open and in-company management development programmes across level for leading public and private sector organizations like Engineers India Ltd, Powergrid, ONG,C, IOC, OIL NHPC, MMTC, SAIL, THDC, NBCC, LNG Petronet, Sentiss Pharma, ITD Cementation to name a few. She enjoys conducting management development programmes on wide range of topics like 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. She was selected as a resource person for training women civil servant on gender issues in management.
FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.