- As per a research about working women in India:
- India ranked 120th among 130 countries in terms of participation of women in workforce.
- The share of women in service sector is less than 20%.
- The presence of women in board levels is still seen as a mere regulatory requirement.
- A McKinsey Global study in 2015 found that India could increase its GDP from 16-60% by 2025 if women are enabled to participate in the economy at par with men.
- Rooted in behavioural mentoring and personal development, the program is designed to be a catalyst for each participant as she taps into her inner strength and build on it to influence positive change in self and others.
- Understanding of self and learn strategies to achieve their personal & leadership purpose.
- An experiential approach to resolve an immediate and significant interpersonal challenge.
- A personal development plan with specific strategies to strengthen leadership capabilities.
- Understanding self to build a personal vision
- Enhancing emotional intelligence to build effective relationships
- Navigating self in an ambiguous, uncertain, complex world
- Influencing change through realisation of my ‘Personal Power’
- Applying my ‘Best Self’
Reflective exercises, psychometric assessments, role plays, videos case study and group discussions. ‘Interpersonal Challenge’ is an experiential approach to address an immediate, significant and complex interpersonal situation and strive for a breakthrough while receiving peer coaching support. The participants will be working in groups for the interpersonal challenge supported by group coaching.
Women employees in middle and senior management roles.
Programme Dates & Fees Details :
Mumbai Campus :
14th-15th Feb, 2020
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 person: Ramya Krishnakumar
Tel: +91 22 61454375 / 63051 60971