Transitioning And Evolving - From An Effective Manager To A Dynamic Leader

Transitioning And Evolving - From An Effective Manager To A Dynamic Leader

 

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About The Event

 “LEADERSHIP IS LIFTING A PERSON’S VISION TO HIGH SIGHTS, THE RAISING OF A PERSON’S PERFORMANCE TO A HIGHER STANDARD, THE BUILDING OF A PERSONALITY BEYOND ITS NORMAL LIMITATIONS.” “THE ULTIMATE MEASURE OF A MAN IS NOT WHERE HE STANDS IN MOMENTS OF COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE, BUT WHERE HE STANDS AT TIMES OF CHALLENGE AND CONTROVERSY.”

CONTEXT

Most of the Managerial functions -Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Controlling- have been effectively engaged with, by the ‘erstwhile Manager’. The humongous  challenge for today’s Managers is to outgrow the preoccupation with Managerial functions and swiftly move towards what it takes to become a Dynamic Leader. This entails that the Manager, while having to continue discharging the core Managerial functions, he/she needs to consciously visualise and surge ahead towards exercising dynamic leadership. The preoccupation of Managers with their designation, hierarchy level, functional tag, have to give away towards a leadership pinnacle that leverages the power and potential of people he/she has a privilege to lead.

Difference between Manager v Leader

Manager is impersonal; Leader is compassionate. Manager says “I”; Leader says “We”. Manager uses people; Leader develops people. Manager inspires fear; Leader earns respect. Manager takes credit; Leader gives credit. Manager micromanages; Leader delegates. Manager says “Go”; Leader says “Let’s Go”. Manager thinks short term; Leader thinks long term. Manager is your boss; Leader is your colleague. Manager is focussed on process; Leader is focussed on people.

EXPECTATION FROM THE SEMINAR:

  1. Being more impactful in the space of people management,
  2. Generating value to internal and external customers,
  3. Developing and selling quality products / services, which outshines competition
  4. Understanding / curtailing all wastages, at all times,
  5. Understanding techniques and tools that would enable you to raise your expectations of yourself , towards becoming an outstanding dynamic leader.

CONTENTS

-How to communicate and connect with people

-How to obtain the right results by influencing people in their areas of influence

-How to develop others people to raise their performance / productivity levels, ensuring their potential is fully utilised.

-The respective speakers would attempt to provide a Road Map , as to how you could learn better and grow faster into a dynamic leader.

THE PROGRAMME          Registration at the venue is between 9 am to 9.40 am

 

Timings Session Keynote Speaker
9.40  am  to  10.20 Address by the Chief Guest Dr. Rajen Mehrotra-Former  Senior
am   Employers’    Specialist    for  South
    Asian Region, ILO
     
10.20 am to  11.10 Leadership is a process.  Leadership Dr.  Kesab  Nandy,  Director (Legal,
am is not in the position HR,   HR,   IT,   Industrial  Relations,
    Vigilance & Safety) – TILAK NAGAR
    INDUSTRIES
11.10 am to  11.30 Tea / Coffee Break  
am    
     
11.30 am to  12.20 How to wage a war on waste Speaker   from   RPG (Confirmation
pm   awaited)
     
     
12.20  pm  to  1.10 How to be efficiently effective Mr.    Vinod    Madhavan,  Business
pm   Head, Jetfleet
     
1.10   pm   to  2.10 Lunch  
pm    
2.10   pm   to  3.30 Deliberation  /  Discussion  / Collate Mr.   Vijayan   Pankajakshan, Dean
pm – in partnership with the Invitees HR Academics, Research &
  - Best Practices/Principles Industry Interface, WE School-
    Mumbai & Prof.K.Harigopal,
    former Director, institute of Public
    Enterprises, (IPE), Hyderabad,
    Telangana.
3.30   pm   to  3.45 Take Away / Wrap up-presentation Mr.Vijayan Pankajakshan, Dean
pm ‘ Gift’ to the invitees HR Academics, Research &
    Industry Interface, WE School-
    Mumbai
3.45 pm to 4 pm Tea / Coffee  

 


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Middle levels Managers from HR, Sales, Business Development, Operations, Supply Chain,
Administration, Materials, Accounts and others who desire to enhance their dynamism as a
leader.

Note:

  • Registration fee is not refundable once paid but a change in nomination is acceptable.
  • The registration charges paid shall cover working lunch, tea/coffee & summit materials.

 

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