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About the Seminar
Value based leadership an essential attribute in every dimension of business, corporate and personal life. Leadership has been well written and debated but much less understood. We are making an attempt to invite professionals from the Government, Social and Private Enterprises who have followed ethical and moral valuesand made significant accomplishments. They will share their experiences and challenges for the current generation of young leaders to take it on within their working environment.
Who should attend?
Anyone who feels that his work is compromising his values would benefit from learning how to be successful and have a clear conscience.Those who work hard but just do not seem to be making to the point of expectations and the target seem to be moving. The ideas presented would help them be more effective in the work place. Target audience: Working professionals, School and college teachers, corporate/support center executives, Business managers, Government executives and students
Koshy Verghese, Former President, Nagarjuna Steels and Former Vice Chancellor of ICFAI Koshy Verghese is the Sr. Advisor to SLK Spinning Mills at Hyderabad. Prior to this, he was the Vice Chancellor of ICFAI University, Mizoram and the Secretary General of the Federation of ICFAI Universities. He has over three decades of industry experience with M/s Larsen & Toubro, M/s Union Carbide India Ltd., Nagarjuna group, and Pennar group. In addition to his present responsibilities, he is on the board of a few NGOs and also the faculty with two international organisations that train people in leadership.
Dr. Samson Gandhi, Executive Director, Person to Person Dr. Samson Gandhi had a successful career in Marketing and Exports & Imports of Garments and Textiles, for ten years. Responding to God's call, he left his lucrative career in business in 1993 and served Haggai Institute in India as its Finance & Administration Manager. With a clear vision from the Lord in 1997, he successfully launched Person to Person - Institute for Christian Counseling to train Biblical Counselors for the Church. He serves as its Executive Director
P K D Lee, Author and Itinerant Speaker P.K.D Lee, worked with Indian Railways for more than 20 years. He was deputed to the ministry of Finance where he became the youngest General Manager of the Indian Government Mint, at Kolkata. After an early retirement from Govt services, he served as Managing Director, International Advancement at Haggai Institute, Singapore. He was awarded the International Christian Statesmanship Award by Haggai Institute. He holds six publications to his credit.
P. Seenivasan, Director, Proventures Education and Consulting Private Ltd. P. Seenivasan is the Director of Proventures Education. He has more than 30 years of experience in the domains of Manufacturing, IT, Consulting and teaching. He teach/consult Public/Private sector organizations and Govt departments on Project and Program Management best practices. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering followed by a Master’s degree in Business Administration. He is a certified Portfolio, Program and Project Management Professional from PMI, USA. He was one of the founder directors of PMI Pearl City Chapter, Hyderabad and served this not for profit organization between 2001 to 2006.
Source of Leadership
The question "How do I become a leader" is best answered by identifying the elements which build a person's leadership in the perception of his people. This study sees how Competence, Character and Communication gives a person the charisma required to be a leader.
Envisioning and Staying Focussed
Vision transforms the organization. It provides a picture of what could be. It is a catalyst that can drive an organization to move towards its dream. As dreams come true or realities change, vision may change. It is a goal of the highest order. Vision aligns people cutting across the organization. Vision unleashes energy. Vision is the embodiment of the organization’s core beliefs. In this session Mr. Koshy Verghese facilitates the audience to build a vision reflecting the above characteristics and guides to stay focused during the journey of realizing the vision
Executing the Vision
Translating vision in to appropriate initiatives, taking them along through projects and programs, engaging the stakeholders, managing the changes and realizing the benefits, involve huge resources and significant time. Meticulous planning and monitoring is critical along with the focus on people involved. This session deals with the managerial component of leadership required to cope up with the above challenges.
Secure Leadership - As someone said, "It's lonely at the stop." Not only lonely but the buck stops with the leader. When things go right the credit must be given to the team and when things go wrong the leader has to take the responsibility. The odds seem to be stacked against a leader. To overcome, a leader must not only be skillful and competent but also secure. Only secure leaders spot and develop people but others use and manipulate. Secure leaders leave a legacy that serves generations but insecure leaders leave a trail that is soon forgotten.