Watch. Mr G Parthasarathy, Former Diplomat - Ambassador to Myanmar, Australia, Pakistan and Cyprus & Author in conversation with Mr. Nikhil Sawhney, Vice President AIMA & Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Triveni Turbine Limited and Director, Triveni Engineering and Industries Limited share his insights on the theme 'India's two front test: Tackling China and Taliban' at the 49th AIMA LeaderSpeak session.
Watch the 48th AIMA LeaderSpeak session with Mr Harsh V Shringla, India's foreign secretary and the mind behind Howdy Modi on ‘Post-vaccine world order: Dismantling barriers to global business and travel’. During the session, Mr Shringla highlights the importance of care and cooperation in defining characteristics of our response to the global pandemic.
Watch the 47th session of AIMA LeaderSpeak with Dr Gagandeep Kang, Professor, The Wellcome Trust Research Laboratory, Christian Medical College, Vellore and Mr Sunil Kant Munjal, Chairman, The Hero Enterprise on ‘Measuring what matters in public health and pandemics’. In this session, Dr Kang emphasises that confidence in our health systems, agencies, and scientists is vital, which is enhanced by working together to protect our people.
Watch the 46th session of AIMA LeaderSpeak with Dr Mrityunjay B Athreya, Indian Author, Educationist & Management Advisor and Mr Harsh Pati Singhania, President AIMA on ‘The China Challenge to Indian Management'. The session highlights the economic dimensions, internal political and social transformations in China that continue to shape both its future and relations with India.
Watch the 45th LeaderSpeak session on ‘Imperatives for Strategic Leadership’ with Lt Gen A K Singh, PVSM, AVSM, SM, VSM (Retd.), Former Lt Governor of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands & Puducherry, Ex GOC in C Southern Command and Mr Shrinivas Dempo, Vice Chairman, AIMA & Chairman, The Dempo Group. In this session, Lt Gen A K Singh emphasises the ability of leaders to inspire followers to change expectations, perceptions, and motivations to work towards common goals through vision and personality.
Watch the 44th AIMA LeaderSpeak session on ‘Rebuilding economic recovery after the second Covid shock’ with Dr Rakesh Mohan, Former Dy Governor, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Chief Economic Advisor and Secretary, Economic Affairs, Govt. of India. During this session, Mr Mohan shares his thoughts on the government's policy options for resurrecting the economy from the second shock and accelerating growth.
Watch the 43rd AIMA LeaderSpeak Session on 'Making a Life vs Making a Living' with Mr Gurcharan Das, Former CEO, Proctor and Gamble, Author, Management Guru and Public Intellectual. During this session, Mr Das takes up a chapter of his life to explain what 'making a life' means and share what it entails.
AIMA Leaderspeak session on 'Management system and competitiveness in India' with Mr. R C Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki India Limited and Mr. Harsh Pati Singhania, President AIMA and Director, J K Organisation and Vice Chairman & Managing Director, JK Paper Ltd.
Watch AIMA Leaderspeak session on the theme 'Setting Right the Topsy - Turvy Covid World' with Mr Arun Maira, Former member of the Planning Commission and Former India Chairman of Boston Consulting. The session discusses how strong leadership can both prevent and solve problems in challenging times.
AIMA Leaderspeak Session on 'Military Model of Leadership: Winning with Strategy, Solidarity & Discipline' with Lt. Gen Alok Singh Kler - PVSM, VSM, General Officer Commanding in Chief, South Western Command and Mr. Harsh Pati Singhania - President, AIMA, Director, J K Organisation and Vice Chairman & Managing Director, JK Paper Ltd.
Watch Dr Sam Pitroda, discussing his new book ‘Redesign The World- A Global Call To Action’ at the AIMA Leaderspeak session. The session highlights how bold and courageous ideas are critical to making our new worldview a reality. The session is moderated by Mr Harsh Pati Singhania, President AIMA.
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.