Leading and managing people
People are at the heart of organisations. This is truer of social sector organisations. Working in complex spaces and addressing challenging issues, the success of these organisations is directly influenced by the individuals working there. In the process of leading and managing people, keeping teams motivated, empowering them, conducting effective meetings, reducing attrition, holding supportive and developmental work review conversations, and managing team conflicts are common areas of concern.
This 3-day programme addresses the core issue of effective team leadership. Using storytelling and appreciative enquiry as the key processes, the workshop will enable participants to create their own journey as a team leader.
In the 3-day workshop, you will
Discover your own leadership approaches and beliefs
Diagnose your team’s purpose and functioning
Devise tools and strategies to visualize effective teams
Design and plan approaches to lead and manage effective teams
Who should attend
If you are a mid-senior level manager and/or leader in the development sector, keen to take the learnings back to your organisation to improve overall team and organisational effectiveness - then this workshop is for you.
Fees: Non-residential programme
Rs 17,500/- + GST per participant
Rs: 16,000/- +GST per participant for 2 or more participants
Limited need based financial assistance available.
Date: To be announced
Location: To be announced
Sujatha Rao, Founder-Director, Viridus Social Impact Solutions
Sujatha works in the areas of education, technology and organisation development. Over the last two decades, her interest and research has been in studying how social purpose organisations can be purposefully designed in ways that empowers human agency and enhances organisational impact. She has worked in and consulted widely in the areas of organisational development, leadership, executive development and in vocational and school education across private, not-for-profit and public sectors both in India and overseas. Sujatha has taught at the University of Western Sydney, University of Sydney, Azim Premji University and is currently a member of the Academic Working Group at the Indian School of Development Management. She holds a Postgraduate Degree in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations from XLRI Jamshedpur, and a PhD in Organisational Studies from the University of Sydney.