Indian Institute of Management Indore

Interpersonal Effectiveness and Team Building

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About the course

There is a growing dependence on people in sustaining competitive advantage in many organizations. Subsequently, there is a need for executives to understand and sharpen essential skills among their people. Interpersonal skills among the executives are one of the core elements that can propel the members to strive for excellence in doing what the organization expects them to do. Developing a strong team not only leads to organizational development but also helps in sustaining it. Based on cutting edge research, this three-day intensive programme aims to enhance executives’ interpersonal effectiveness and team building capabilities through a variety of ways: simulations, case discussion, role plays, batteries, video discussions and lectures.


This program is designed to help participants enhance their interpersonal effectiveness and skills for developing and leading teams.


  • Understanding the ways to develop essential skills
  • Providing good insight into the behavioral dynamics of self and others
  • Understanding the keys of team effectiveness
  • Sharpening the skills to work well as a team member and as a leader
  • Managing conflict and agreements in teams
  • Fostering creativity in team


The Methodology would include an appropriate mix of lectures, discussions, case studies, exercises and group activities.

Who should attend

Middle and senior level managers belonging to public and private sector organizations, services sector, and public utilities will find this program extremely useful. Managers from organizations and corporations with high emphasis on people/group driven activities will find this program extremely useful.

Trust the experts

Sushanta Kumar Mishra

Prof. Mishra is the First Young Faculty Research Chair at IIM Indore. His research is in the area of emotions in organizations, stress, well-being, and career issues. One of his papers has been adjudged as the Best Accepted Paper in the Academy of Management Meeting held at Chicago. He is the rec...


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