Global Performance Leadership

Programme Overview

The world is flat, said Thomas Friedman. Let the wind blow from all directions, says the Rig Veda. CK Prahlad invented the concept of the wealth at the bottom of the global pyramid. India and Indians have been globally oriented since times immemorial. The modern day business world is another effort in that direction. Whereas kings like Alexander the Great went global to conquer and annex territories, in the present times, business people have usurped that role. Companies have realised that global presence is a big value add, global opportunities enable consistent and high returns, commensurate with the high risks. To be global is to be in tune with our times. Performance and leadership are two sides of the same corporate coin. Both are required to survive and thrive in today’s markets. The programme is designed based on the No1 bestseller book ‘Good to Great’ by Jim Collins. Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap … And Others Don't is an international bestseller that has been translated into 35 languages

Programme Objective

At the end of the programme, participants would:

  • Understand and appreciate the dimensions of global performance & leadership
  • Learn about the five main differentiators of companies which have performed well consistently
  • Will learn about the ‘Great Companies’, which performed well and earned huge wealth for their stakeholders
  • Gain insights into how to lead & operate global companies, what are the perspectives to be understood to run large corporations, and the actions to be taken to get ahead of others


  • Presentations by Faculty
  • Hands-on group / individual work by participants
  • Videos
  • Plans of action by participants through presentations

Who should attend 

CEO’s, COO’s, CXO’s, Senior managers from companies currently in the functions of HR, strategy planning, corporate planning, production and operations planning, financial planning and market / sales planning.

Take-aways from the program: A blue print for designing and implementing organisational performance systems in the participants companies, to succeed in the global competitive scenario.

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Programme Dates & Fees Details :

Mumbai Campus :


 31 Jan - 1Feb ,  2020


 09:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.


 Rs. 25,000 + 18% Taxes



Delhi Centre :




 09:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.


 Rs. 25,000 + 18% Taxes



Discounts on Fees

 Early Bird for first 5 participants


 Group of 5 to 6 participants


 Group of 3 to 4 participants


 Bhavans Alumni ( SPJIMR, SPCE & SPIT)



Contact Details:

Mumbai Campus:

Contact person: Sonal Bajla
Tel:  +91 22 61454296 /9167478295 

Delhi Centre:

Contact person: Bharat Khanna
Tel:  +91 8383059670



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Bhavan's Campus
Munshi Nagar | Dadabhai Road,
Andheri West | Mumbai - 400 058, India
Reception: +91 22 61454200
Delhi Centre
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Campus, 3rd Floor
Gate No. 4, Copernicus Lane
Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi-110001
Tel: 8130545577, 011-23006871, ext-871