THE OFFICE OF AIMA CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AT ANDHRA ASSOCIATION BUILDING, 24-25 INSTITUTIONAL AREA, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI HAS RELOCATED TO AIMA’S NEW PREMISES AT 15, LINK ROAD, LAJPAT NAGAR, PART-III, NEW DELHI W.E.F 6TH NOVEMBER 2017                   The office of AIMA Centre for Management Services at Management House, 14 Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi - 110003 has relocated to AIMA’s new premises at 15, Link Road, Lajpat Nagar, Part-III, New Delhi w.e.f. 13th November 2017
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Transiting to Executive Role Specialised behavioural training for first time executives, 21-22 December 2017

 
Transiting to Executive Role:
Specialised Behavioural Training for First Time Executives
21-22 December 2017, New Delhi
 
 

Change in professional orbit needs skills enhancement. To sustain and to be competitive, Executive’s role has gone beyond the traditional framework. Job knowledge or technical expertise is given importance but at the same time organisations expect executives to possess and execute managerial and behavioural skills, which are considered as ‘Employability Skills’.

It is important for first time executives to imbibe these employability skills to effectively take up the new role of initiator, executor and gradually of a leader.

As part of AIMA and UKIERI (UK India Education Research Initiative) Institutional Capacity Building project, AIMA identified employability skills required for entry level professionals, across sectors and job roles with reference to Indian job market. These skills formulate the background of this training programme.

 
Presents
Two day training on
Transiting to Executive Role
Specialised behavioural training for first time executives
24-25 November 2016
 

The second public training programme on ‘Transiting to Executive Role’ was conducted on 24-25 November 2016 in Delhi. The participants were a group of first time executives who were recently promoted from non-executive cadre. The training was focused towards skills to prepare them for the new role of initiator, executor and gradually of a leader.

In-company training on the same topic was conducted for The Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT), the Telecom Technology development centre of the Government of India. It was a five day long training with 18 participants from Delhi and Bangalore.