India, an eye candy for international companies: ICBM director
Institute of Computers and Business Management (ICBM), Hyderabad, on Thursday conducted a workshop titled ‘Power of Positive Expectations’ on...
ICBM conducted a workshop on organisation success on Wednesday
Hyderabad: Institute of Computers and Business Management (ICBM), Hyderabad, on Thursday conducted a workshop titled ‘Power of Positive Expectations’ on management development. More than 150 professionals from industry comprising of CEOs, vice presidents and senior directors attended the sessions which focussed on the power of positive expectation – ‘A Pygmalion effects factor on organisational success’.
The workshop was a quick preview of what potential leaders and those who were already at a certain stage of the corporate hierarchy can hope to gain from understanding the evolution of change and how to develop, inspire and guide their organisations and their own careers. Organisations around the world have survived and grown only by revisiting their priorities and jettisoning those that did not matter anymore and adapting to changes on a dynamic basis.
The sessions were conducted by leadership trainers Debb Robins and Mick Thomas of Peregrine Leadership Institute.
Jitender Govindani, ICBM director, said, “The world is evolving as we fly through this era of modern technology, we need to constantly upgrade, the present session would provide the inputs of modern changes to the work force and the principle of Pygmalion effect will be discussed for its positive application. India as a country is developing and has always attracted many international and national investors.
Our country, with its rich heritage and excellent workforce, has been an eye candy for many international companies, which have set up important manufacturing hubs, back-end centres and important knowledge hubs.”