Workshop on "Leadership Skills to Make a Difference"

Introduction :

With companies becoming increasingly dependent on high-performances, leadership has become a major business strategy and getting teams to work an absolute necessity. To boost morale, to influence, to motivate and build a team leadership skills are critical to the smooth functioning of the organization.


The ability to lead and influence team members to fulfill the organizational or department goal is the essence of leadership. Leaders have high energy, ability to energize the team, guts to take decisions, and the qualities of being humane.


Leadership skills are as important as technical skills to get work done. Leadership skills make a difference to the organization. The need of the hour today is to have the New Age Manager with a glocal mindset. The leader needs to have a repertoire of skills and a big vision and passion. Leadership skills like motivating juniors, resolving conflicts, delegating, managing meetings and becoming a person who is task & relationship oriented are critical for success. This will make a difference in their and their juniors work in terms of productivity and quality of the work.

Objectives :

Topics Covered :

>>  Decision making

>>  Conflict resolution

>>  Initiative – to start desirable & stop undesirable activities

>>  Advocacy – to take a stand 

>>  Enquiry – ability to generate hard & soft data 

>>  Critiquing – giving & taking constructive feedback.

Training Methodology :

Active training methodology is used like games, caselets, role- play, discussion, simulation.

What is Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry:

Bombay Chamber Of Commerce and Industry is the oldest operating chamber of commerce in India serving Indian commercial organizations for the past 180 years. The Chamber has several thousand members from large, medium and small companies. Members of the Chamber contribute very significantly to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the country. The Managing Committee of the Chamber includes top professionals from industry, banking, and finance. It has its headquarters in Mumbai, the commercial capital of India and home to many, if not most, multinationals, banks and financial institutions in the country, the majority of whom are its members.
The vision of Bombay Chember Of Commerce and Industry is to ,“Contribute effectively towards overall development of commerce and trade by addressing core issues and be responsive to the needs of business”.

About the Speaker :

Dr. Lata Shetty, is the Director, Mainstream Training Centre, which offers Soft Skills Training Programmes in a variety of settings.  Qualifications: B.Sc., M.S.W., Ph.D., a gold medalist throughout her academic career and holds a Doctorate from the prestigious Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).

Event Date: 

23rd Jan 2018
10.00 am Onwards


Board Room, Bombay Chamber, The Ruby, NW-4th Floor, Dadar (W), Mumbai – 400 028