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'Reach Where You Aspire To: Leadership Training for Women', 7-8-9 December, 2017, Jodhpur

 
Reach Where You Aspire To: Leadership Training
Specialised residential training for Women Professionals
7-8-9 December, 2017 (Thursday, Friday & Saturday)
Jodhpur - The Blue City
 
 
Away from the actual work environment, a break from the normal professional routine, explore your distinct identity while you learn at Jodhpur, the second largest city in Rajasthan, popularly known as the Blue City.

It is important for women professionals to think beyond their limitations. Requisite and timely skill training can help them realise their potential and grow beyond the limitations of self and society. Getting to the higher echelons of the organization is all the more tough for women professionals because of the mental blocks and special circumstances they face. To promote leadership in women professionals and help create a gender neutral work culture we take many initiatives at AIMA. To help develop leadership skills in women professionals, AIMA organised a specialised residential training - ‘Reach Where You Aspire To: Leadership Training’ on 7-8-9 December 2017.

Away from the actual work environment, a break from the normal professional routine, the training programme helped participants’ explore their distinct identity and develop leadership skills at Jodhpur, the second largest city in Rajasthan, popularly known as the Blue City. The venue was a heritage hotel - Ranbanka Palace, Jodhpur.

The training started with ice breaking, introduction, expectation capturing and setting the context of the training with gala dinner. Next two days were action packed with case discussions, role plays, experience sharing sessions and discussion on industry practices. The training inputs were complemented with psychometric tools and storytelling methodology by the trainer.

The training was attended by participants from 6 cities of the country with varied functional and managerial background. Participating organisations included Blue Dart express Ltd Centre for Development of Telematics (CDOT), Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited, GAIL Reserve Bank of India and Tata Business Support Services Limited.

It was an opportunity for participants to network and establish contacts with each other in the heterogeneous group.

This training was designed to help women executives sharpen their managerial skills, develop new skills and carve leadership paths for themselves. The training met its objective of bringing common concerns of professional women and draft a futuristic action plan to face challenges and take leadership roles.