A special session on 'Impact of US Elections on Indo - US Relations'. The session analyses the impact of US election results on the US and the world. A joint programmes with Covington & Burling LLP, a prominent US Public Policy practice group.
Watch a Special Session on Strategic Patience - 'How India can rise to the China challenge’ with a panel of distinguished speakers. The session highlights measures of how India should address China's challenge. It includes engagement with the world without insecurity, building alliances with like-minded countries, and an effective workforce.
Watch Mr Gautam Bambawale, Former Indian Ambassador to China and Pakistan discussing the need for a process in India to build deep ties with other countries and modify its domestic policies in ways that suit the interests and values of these partners.
In this special session, Mr R Gopalakrishnan shares the highlights from his book series that explores the shaping of long-standing Indian business organisations by visionary business leaders. Each book in the series focuses on one such institution that shot into exemplary growth in the last half century.
Watch YLC session on the theme: "Open Source Leadership - When There is No More Business as Usual" with Mr Rajeev Peshawaria, President, Leadership Energy Consulting Singapore and Mr Vikram Bapat, Leadership Energy Consulting, YLC Mentor. In this session Mr Rajeev shares his insights on how the world is facing both exciting opportunities and daunting challenges.
Watch Mr Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Founder & Vice Chairman, Info Edge India Limited at AIMA's 77th Shaping Young Minds Programme sharing his insights on the phenomenon of 'snacking on jobs' and the story behind starting Naukri.com.
Watch Mr Lajim Yang, Director, International, Workforce Development and Registrar, UC Santa Cruz Silicon Valley Campus, and Mr Rajen Jaswa, Instructor, the University of California Santacruz sharing their insights on the theme ‘Skills and Tools for the New World Order. In this session, speakers discuss how converging technologies are allowing businesses to accelerate, thrive and advance.
Watch 77th edition of the AIMA's popular Shaping Young Minds Programme with Mr Deep Kalra, Founder & Group Executive Chairman, MakeMyTrip Limited and Ms Rekha Sethi, Director General AIMA. In this session Mr Kalra shares the inspiring story of the struggle as well as the hard work he has gone through to make a ground-breaking stand on MakeMyTrip.
Watch Ms Mahalaxmi R, Head HR India, Mondelez International; Mr Nathan SV, Partner & Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte India and Ms Emrana Sheikh, Enterprise HR Head – India & South Asia, Johnson & Johnson share their insights on Rewards & Benefits Strategies of the New Normal at HRM Conclave 2021. The session highlights how can rewards propel growth in the new normal and how reward is one of the strongest co-pilots both for the CEO and CHRO.
Watch Mr Harsh Pati Singhania, President AIMA & Vice Chairman & Managing Director JK Paper Ltd; Mr SY Siddique, Chairman – AIMA Core Committee on HR and Executive Advisor, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd and Ms Rekha Sethi, Director General, All India Management Association at the inaugural session share their insights on purpose-driven leadership and rescaling for the future.
Watch AIMA's 40th Leaderspeak session on "Global Business and Economic Outlook: The Implications for India" with Mr Claude Smadja, President, Smadja & Smadja Strategic Advisory, Switzerland and Former Managing Director of World Economic Forum and Mr Harsh Pati Singhania, President AIMA and Director, J K Organisation and Vice Chairman & Managing Director, JK Paper Ltd. In this session, the speakers discuss the emerging industry trends and their adaption to the new norms and the probable government actions that will be key in launching the economy on a sustainable recovery path.
Watch Mr TV Mohandas Pai, Chairman, Manipal Global Education Services, and Ms Rekha Sethi, Director General, All India Management Association at HRM Conclave 2021. The session highlights the impact of Covid globally, the new digital revolution, and how HR can manage the potential risks in taking work to the workers as opposed to bringing workers to work.