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For those MBA Freshers and Graduates who are Not Employed and therefore, do not Know What They Will Do (or Expected to Do) on Day One, First Week and First Month of their employment.

The Work Shop is for those who know that they themselves are responsible for their Career and want to be Better- Than- Before in Knowledge and Skills required by the Management/their Bosses.

The Management / Your Boss expect you to be really ready-made to Do Right Job Right First Time Every Time. Your long-held views about management and your Role as First Time Manager may be outdated / obsolete you have to be fully familiar with issues of every day Work Life.

Never forget that your first job responsibility is to create value for stakeholders. But how do you do it? Attend this Work Shop to know all that “basics” you must know before getting a Suitable Job of a Manager.

Managers are Decision Makers and must possess following knowledge and Skills

Knowledge Base
  • 3 Basic Tasks ( What is to be done, How it is to be done, Who will do it)
  • 3 Basic Responsibility (Improve Performance of Self and Other, Maintain Improved Performance)
  • 2 Basic Duties (Being Effective, Being Efficient)
  • 4 Basic stages of Manager’s Development
  • Employment related laws

Skill Sets
  • Strong Self Confidence
  • Positive Assertiveness
  • Effective Inter-Personal Skills
  • Clear Communication Make Over
  • Effective Management of Company’s Time
  • Team Spirit
  • Decision boosters
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Workplace Discipline

The Workshop will cover topics such as:
  • How to interact with superiors, peers and subordinates
  • How to show determination to achieve results
  • How to prove that Bosses commands and demands have been understood
  • How to inspire trust and commitment

The workshop will also cover
  • Reporting & Joining formalities, induction requirements
  • How to be calm under pressure
  • Inspire Bosses trust, How to delight superiors
  • How to overcome fears

Know Your Trainer
Harsh Kumar Sharan (XLRI Alumnus, Train the Trainer certified) who will conduct this
program brings with him over 36 years of hands-on experience of working in senior
Management positions.

He is a distinguished faculty to top B-Schools like IIT Bombay SJSOM, NMIMS, ITM Mumbai, IILM Gurgaon, ICFAI Gurgaon.

As Management Faculty he trains MBAs in the subject of Soft Skills and Business communication.

He is also on the panel of selection committee at Thapar University LMTSOM

  • Performance Coach, Mentor-Trainer
  • Founder of Probus India Support Services, a HR Consulting & Productivity Improvement firm
  • Train the Trainer Certified from Tata Management Development Center (TMDC)
  • Former Asst. Chief Personnel Manager(Iron & Steel Division Head) – Tata Steel
  • Former VP – Corporate HR at S.Kumar Nationwide, Mumbai
  • Visiting Faculty to top B-Schools like IIT Bombay SJSOM, NMIMS, ITM, Thapar LMTSOM & others

Pushkal Pandey (PGDM-IIM Bangalore, M.Tech-IIT Delhi, B.Tech-IIT Delhi)
  • Faculty in B-Schools like FOSTIIMA, IMD and others
  • Management Trainer
  • Strategist in Core Finance and quantitative techniques
  • Prepared course material in the area of International Finance and Security and Portfolio Analysis
  • Formerly with Ministry of Environment and Forests
  • Formerly with CPWD

Investment on Learning

Rs.1900/- per participant + applicable Service tax (10.30%)
Total Fee: Rs.2096 per participant

Note: The fee includes Lunch, Tea & Snacks and Reference Materials

Workshop Details:
Date: 18.08.09 (Tuesday)
Venue: Glass Room, YMCA, New Delhi
Jai Singh Road, Gate No 1
New Delhi

For Registration:
Shakti @


Please note that the maximum batch size is 20.
So, hurry and book now
Registration will close on 15.08.09

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