The power of story gives meaning. We are social beings who use story to contextualize the world around us. never has the power of oral and verbal messaging become paramount for leaders to authentically communicate a compelling mission and vision for all to see and feel.
This show will present LEAP’s (Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics) leadership framework based on LEAP’s leadership philosophy that encourages participants to retain their authentic identity while maximizing their effectiveness.
The perceived value of sales management and the nature of the role have morphed over the years. From the 'top closer' to 'product expert' to 'administrator', the role is being redefined as there has never been a more dire mandate for new client acquisition.
Just like Japanese management perspectives revolutionized Manufacturing and Quality movements in 1980s and 1990s, time is ripe for Indian management perspectives to do the same for leadership, corporate governance and innovation ideas.
As organizations constantly change in today’s complex world of business and cultural communities, learning to adapt and thrive during transitions is essential to creating meaningful impact on people and organizations.
Leaders MUST be AWARE of organizational culture to effectively achieve strategic goals. Leaders need to do the emotional hard work to protect the culture as they are the regulators of organizational culture.
What is it that causes great talents to strike out on their own? Is it something they’re born with, is it forged from dreams and aspirations, or torn from the burning embers of setbacks and street scars?