A unique initiative from CELTEM Learning and Times Foundation for development of Women leadership in business, CELTEM Learning specializes in growing Organizational and Individual competencies in mission-critical areas of Project Management, IT Service Management
Online PR News – 07-December-2012 – Bangalore, Karnataka – Celtem Knowledge Solutions in association with Times Foundation has announced two days workshops for Woman leadership in Business, one of the Facilitators, Prasanna Kumar, with leadership experience of over 21 years has explained the need of this programs that "Indian economy has grown exponentially in past two decades post liberalization and so has the share of working women in our workforce. From being Top Banking Executives to reaching the Pinnacles of Political Power, and from being Fighter Pilots to being World Class Sports Persons, women today enjoy commanding heights of Indian landscape".
McKinsey Study of 2011 highlights the disparity in number of women leaders between middle level and top level.
Points To Ponder:
Cultural, traditional and structural barriers stunting growth?
Lack of drive and ambition to grow in their career?
Sacrificing career growth for family and society?
Why only 14% in higher Mgt and 3% in top Mgt?
Are they lagging behind those in US and EU?
Does a ‘Glass Ceiling’ exist?
Indian story is no different from US or EU countries. one Kiran Mazumdar Shaw or one Chanda Kochhar, do not represent the true numbers of our women professionals in higher management. Let us introspect, let us chart our own course, and let us make a difference!
If you are ready to:
•Be a more powerful communicator
•Produce outstanding results consistently
•Build a legacy of leadership
•Balance work with life
CELTEM Learning and Times Foundation invite you to join the 2 day workshop exclusively for Women Professionals in leadership roles with an aim to explore important aspects of their lives and address their concerns with the diligence it deserves.
Focus of this workshop is to identify the core leadership traits and skills, explore the minds and hearts of women business leaders and find natural alignments between the two. It awakens them to their true potential and nudges them to explore innovative ways to balance their work life with personal and social lives.Benefits from this workshop:
Detailed knowledge of Leadership Traits and Skills
Workings of the Male and the Female mind, their workplace behaviour and practical differences between them
Self exploration of personal and social imperatives
Practical tools for ‘decision-making’
Lessons drawn from case-studies of successes and failures of women leaders
Explore new avenues and approaches to achieve a healthy work-life balance
Making the right choice – ‘by design’ rather than ‘by default’
Introduction and enhanced awareness of participants’ lives – self and mutual
Group discussion on live issues, leading to awareness of social and psychological dimensions of leadership, growth, commitments and imperatives
Case studies (group and individual) to gain insight into the successes and failures of women leaders from various fields.
Detailed, self exploratory questionnaires for decision-making abilities
Stories, Role Plays and videos to enhance the leadership skills development experience
Games and activities to accentuate the experiential learning process
Conducted by Prasanna Kumar, with leadership experience of over 21 years. He has trained managers and leaders from IT/ITES, manufacturing, retail industries, educational institutions and govt sector. An alumnus of IIM Bangalore, Prasanna blends experiential learning, with deep academic insights and outstanding facilitation skills with a unique sense of humour and spontaneity