Transform into the finest version of you!
Senior corporate executives are expected to be “force-multipliers” but faced with the relentless pace and pressure of the business domain can sometimes make them lead their team and organization astray. Therefore, it becomes imperative for the executive to be firmly grounded in oneself – while staying in control of one’s context – in the pursuit of leading oneself, one’s team and one’s organization to greater heights of accomplishment and performance.
While the maturing executive does come to terms with the cross-functional requirements of the widening ambit of one’s roles and responsibilities, it is usually in investing in one’s own competencies and capabilities that one falls short. These capabilities, at their root, spring from the mental models that no longer meet the tests of the times, and one’s competencies that have been taken for granted.
Carefully designed modules of this course shall expose the participants to the distilled wisdom from a variety of fields including neurosciences, management, sports, behavioural sciences, and psychology to create healthy organizational cultures that deliver. We will learn to appreciate why the Harvard Business Review calls mindfulness the “must‐have skill for executives” and how to leverage the same for extending one’s wellbeing along with that of our colleagues, teams and organizations.
This course helps the aspiring senior leaders take a hard close look at themselves and reassess their preparedness to handle the increasingly complex world beset with a multitude of challenges and opportunities. The exposure, provided by this course, to the many opportunities available at leading oneself, one’s teams and the organization, shall doubtlessly lead the way to a healthier, happier and more engaged workplace that continues to deliver exceptional results.
As Yoda wisely said, “You must unlearn what you have learned…. Do or do not. There is no try.” Here is inviting you to a journey that will transform how you look at yourself, life and the world. Transformational results, both internal and external, shall surely follow.