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It is people and their dynamic interaction in the network of positions and inter-related roles that make an organization vibrant to achieve the expected results. Employees are akin to the nervous system of an organization and the synergy they generate is the life blood of an organization.
All Managers are expected to understand the dynamics of human behavior underlying individual and teamwork work. Paradoxically, in the pursuit of targets and the technical details governing work processes, human behavior is less understood or perhaps taken for granted—that employees are paid to do their work. A mechanistic attitude!!!
What enables an organization to survive and grow in the current dynamic competitive environment depends to the extent that the organization is knowledge driven, is competitive, innovative, and the social systems in the organization optimize synergy at work.
An employee is first a human being and then a manager, supervisor etc., as of his position/ role in an organization. If employees are knowledgeable, organization is knowledge driven; if employees are competitive, organization is competitive; if employees are creative, they design better processes and systems. It is Employee and Team attitudes that make a change happen or mar a well-intended change.
Inevitably understanding human behavior is ‘sine-qua-non’ for the success of an organization and to get the best out of employees and work teams.
The three day’s workshop envisaged, is experiential in nature to appreciate: the psychological factors underlying and influencing work behavior at the individual and team levels; management of organizational change; and analyzing critical incidents governing behavior at work.
The learning outcomes:
Understanding and managing psychological factors that influence employees work behaviour
Leveraging teams to effectively meet organizational objectives
Implement and formalize organizational change effectively
Analyzing work behavior and managerial decision situations using a unique 3R Approach.
1.Psychology of work: Factors influencing work behavior
2. Work/Project teams: An Experiential analysis
3. Change Management Skills for functional mangers: experiential analysis
4. The 3 R’s of Management: Analysis of critical incidents
Prof. K. Harigopal
Prof. K. Harigopal is president of IAMEE (Institute of Advanced Management Education and Entrepreneurship).
He has been a Senior Consultant and Director of Management Development Programs in the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT-- an International Institute of Technology and Management with faculty and students from more than 60 Countries), Bangkok.
Prof. K. Harigopal has conducted more than 150 international training programs for Managers of the Public and Private sectors of the Asia-Pacific Region countries and for the Governments of the ASEAN Countries. These programs were conducted in Asia and in European countries. He has also been a consultant for a number of UN agencies (UNIDO,UNDP, ILO, UNCHS, etc)
Earlier, Prof. Harigopal was also the Director of the Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE), Hyderabad; and Professor and Head, Department of Business Management, Osmania University, Hyderabad.