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Indian Institute of Management Indore

High Impact Leadership

Jan 8—10, 2020
3 days
Indore, India
INR 42000 ≈USD 592
INR 14000 per day

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Description

The basic objective of this course is to provide participants with an integrated and comprehensive view Leadership and its impact. The course will begin by understanding oneself and the impact that one’s own behavior has on others. The program will enable an appreciation of different theories and models of leadership and sensitize the participants to various aspects of leadership. Leader’s impact on groups and individuals will be explored through various interactive case discussions and exercises. Essential leadership skills like communication, coaching and goal setting will also be discussed. The course also aims to present Leadership from an experiential learning approach; that is the participants not only read the concepts but also practice and experiment by using some of these techniques in a simulated organizational situation.

Content

The program will cover the following topics

  • Introduction and theories of leadership
  • Understanding oneself and impact of one’s behavior on others
  • Essential leadership skills, like communication, feedback, coaching and goal setting
  • Leadership impact on teams
  • Emerging dimensions of leadership

Who should attend

This program is aimed at middle level managers and leaders. Besides, this program would be useful for all those who are managing small to medium teams and are early-level leaders in their organization. Though the program focuses on the business context, emerging leaders in non-business contexts will also find the content useful since many issues relating to leadership are generic in nature.

Experts

Ranjeet Nambudiri is a faculty in the Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management area. His research interests include trust and distrust related issues in business and non-business contexts, justice issues during organizational change (mergers and acquisitions, diversification, spin-o...

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