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Leadership Training in Gurgaon, Leadership Development Training in Gurgaon

Leadership Training

Personal Coaching
(Customized Professional Development for Leaders and Senior Executives)
In one-to-one coaching our executive coaches work individually on your areas of strengths and weaknesses in order to optimize your potential. The coaching works as a catalyst for your enhanced performance and of the teams you lead.

Benefits
Develops potential, improves performance dramatically and puts you on the fast track. This happens through developing personal leadership skills, setting better goals, reaching goals faster, making better decisions, and improving communications and relationships.

Training Outcomes
Fast-track leadership development;
Improved leadership and strategic planning skills;
Superior decision-making;
Improved goal setting – and faster achievement of goals;
Improved ability to inspire and motivate teams, including across geographically diverse locations;
Confident communication;
Improved working relationships

Benefits for the organization
Improved management and leadership;
More creativity, empowerment and ownership unlocked in the business;
Effective implementation of organizational change through supporting teams and individuals;
Greater commitment from recipients of the coaching;
Higher retention of key people who feel valued.

Our Approach
Our executive coaching interventions offer a transformational approach to coaching rather than a transactional approach. This means our coaches work not only at the behaviour level but also at the mindset and beliefs level which is the element that makes the difference between short-term change and long-term transformation.

Who is it for?
Executive coaching is customized to the needs of the individual. Some of the reasons for using executive coaching are:
Preparation for role/career changes;
Managing stress, change, conflict or crisis;
Enhancing personal impact and performance;
Supporting the appointment of a person into a different role;
Accelerating the personal development of individuals defined as high potential;
Acting as an objective and independent sounding board to a senior individual;
Offering customized development as a means of rewarding and retaining key staff critical to the business.

Evaluation and Return on Investment (ROI)
Performance Consultants specializes in evaluating the impact of coaching engagements and estimating the return on investment (ROI). We use our in-house coaching evaluation tool, coaching for Performance ROI, to measure the baseline at the outset of the coaching relationship and the growth and development that has occurred during the coaching sessions.

Leadership Assessment
(Evaluation of your leadership and management training needs through leadership assessment)
Leadership assessment gives you and your leaders an objective idea of their abilities as business leaders. An effective leadership assessment lets you — and your organization know in a constructive way just what kind of leadership skills you have.

Guiding your career goals
While gauging your capacity to handle different roles and responsibilities, a good leadership assessment can help you to define where you want to go as an executive and how to get there. The best leadership assessment tools used by us can assess your performance in a variety of areas and situations.
The leadership assessment is focused on personal leadership and business management, it can tell you what your strengths are and what you need to learn to tackle new challenges. A detailed assessment can guide you on the experience and, the leadership and management training required to achieve your business goals.

Knowing more about yourself A high-quality leadership assessment will inform you about what kind of person you are, a critical factor on the road to becoming a better leader. Self-awareness of your personal qualities and leadership skills can improve exponentially the way you lead organizations and deal with others.
We provide one-on-one leadership coaching with experts who can provide a frank but sensitive appraisal of your leadership skills and your management skills. When you are a leader it is often difficult for others to you tell you candidly how you are doing.
Rather than being innately acquired, leadership skills are continually developed and honed through coaching and experience.

Benefiting from leadership assessment at different stages There is no magic formula for acquiring leadership skills. In a rapidly evolving business world, companies are looking for global leadership capable of changing with the times. The skills that executives need are constantly shifting, so the executive education process to train global leaders is a never-ending process.
A lifetime of learning in top management means that you should be standing back to reassess your leadership skills at regular intervals. Leadership assessment can typically help you figure out what training courses are right for you when you are:
An ambitious functional manager seeking management training courses to advance your career
A mid-career business leader considering an executive development program or business management degrees to boost your value to your company
Looking to develop strategic leadership skills to tackle specific challenges, such as business development strategy or sustainability, through targeted business management training
A senior executive or CEO at the top of an organization seeking ways to move your organization forward while seeking out opportunities and leading with conviction and authority

Developing a leadership plan Leadership assessment can play another critical role for your organization as part of a leadership development plan. It allows you to appraise the abilities of business managers at different levels to lead teams and projects.
Leadership assessment helps human resources departments to identify gaps in the talent pool while establishing who is prepared to take on senior general management positions when vacancies arise. With the baby-boom generation reaching retirement age, companies need solid succession planning process to ensure continuity of leadership.
That involves identifying the executive education needed to ensure your company has the right people with the right training in place at the right time. The process can get a healthy head start with effective leadership assessment.

Enhancing leadership Potential
Your leadership skills play a big part in influencing your career development and career path. Technical skills will only take you so far, it is the softer skills, such as the ability to lead, that will help you to get noticed on the job. “Why Wait to Acquire the Title of Leader? Develop Your Leadership Skills Today,” Acquire leadership skills to prepare for a leadership role within your organization.

Leaders make things happen (And we train you for that)
At RISE we develop people’s Leadership Skills so they have the confidence and authority to make a real difference in their organisations.
Leadership is one of those things that's often awfully hard to define but you know when you see it, and you definitely know when it's missing.
You may have some people who now have to 'step up to the plate' and take on far more of a leadership role than previously. You may need them to demonstrate the kind of leadership behaviours that others aspire to.
There may be managers who have to take the next step and go beyond being good or even excellent managers, to become inspirational leaders within the business.

Leadership Training Objectives
Understanding good leadership behaviours
Learning the difference between leadership and management
Gaining insight into your patterns, beliefs and rules
Defining qualities and strengths
Determining how well you perceive what's going on around you
Polishing interpersonal skills and communication Skills
Learning about commitment and how to move things forward
Making key decisions
Handling your and other people's stress
Empowering, motivating and inspiring others
Leading by example
So what exactly is a leader?
Our approach is to run leadership programmes where natural leaders can develop the skill and insight to become great ones. And where fledgling leaders learn to lead with flair and authenticity.

Leadership Development and Training programmes Our Leadership Development and Training programmes push each and every participant to gain a rigorous personal insight into what makes them tick and then, with that understanding of themselves, to stretch their ‘comfort zones’ into new and challenging territory.
Coupled with this we focus on their ability to see what's going on. This is the one essential quality that anyone in any position of leadership must develop. Whether you're running a company, running a business or running a home, you can't excel unless you can see things from all points of view.
Once you develop your ‘seeing’ skills then you develop the skills that make things happen, get things unstuck, move things forward. You can look at creating a vision, motivating and inspiring others, setting clear agendas and supporting those who need to help make your vision become a reality.

Essential Skills of Leadership
Authenticity
Good communication
Being articulate
Thinking on your feet
Humour
Flexibility
Integrity
Compelling presence
Empathy
Taking on a leadership role
Leadership Development may be just what you need to help your whole company progress to the next level.
Our Leadership Training Programmes are intensive, provocative and very challenging.

Customized and In-House Leadership Training
Our Customized Leadership Training comes in many formats from one-to-one through to fully customized companywide programmes. We can run leadership skills training at your premises, any third party venue or at our own training centre at Gurgaon

Supervisory Excellence
Course description
This course provides you with both useful ideas and practical tools to improve your overall supervisory and management effectiveness. Mid-level and front-line managers and supervisors are the driving force for improving performance, productivity, quality, and innovation in today’s organizations. Whatever pressures and opportunities face you, this training will provide you with useful new skills and insights.

Who should attend
Mid-level and front-line supervisors and managers with some experience. The training is especially useful for "home-grown" supervisors and managers who have come up through the ranks of their organization.

What you will achieve
An understanding of the evolving role, impacts, pressures, and opportunities of supervisors and managers
Tools to understand and appreciate basic different personality types
Skills and insight to understand your own preferences and biases
The ability to manage your own time more effectively
One-on-one communications skills for giving criticism constructively and listening
Group communications skills, running better meetings, using consensus, and creative problem-solving.

What you will learn
Job Satisfaction — the core of job performance and how to improve your own and your subordinate's
Personality Types — the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and how to recognize, appreciate, and communicate effectively with different personalities
One-On-One Communications Skills — practical tools for communicating more comfortably and effectively, emphasis on listening skills, collaboration tools, and a positive assertive approach
Managing Priorities — developing an approach to time management that matches your personality preferences, biases, and blind spots
Performance Management — coaching and counselling skills, and why to give frequent quality time to subordinates in performance discussions
Better Meetings — group communications, run effective meetings, reach consensus, and do creative problem-solving with groups and teams.

Essential Skills of Leadership
Authenticity
Good communication
Being articulate
Thinking on your feet
Humour
Flexibility
Integrity
Compelling presence
Empathy
Taking on a leadership role
Leadership Development may be just what you need to help your whole company progress to the next level.
Our Leadership Training Programmes are intensive, provocative and very challenging.

Customized and In-House Leadership Training
Our Customized Leadership Training comes in many formats from one-to-one through to fully customized companywide programmes. We can run leadership skills training at your premises, any third party venue or at our own training centre at Gurgaon

Strategic Decision Making
Course description
Making business decisions is your most important function as a leader — and your riskiest. Every leader is expected to make strategically sound decisions, but decisions are more than judgment calls based on experience and domain-specific knowledge. Leaders are made or broken by the quality of their decisions. Surprisingly, many of us approach decision making in a way that neither puts enough options on the table nor permits sufficient evaluation to ensure that we can make the best choice. Strategic decision making employs processes and tools to solve problems taking into consideration all elements affected by the decision and the resulting potential outcomes.
In this course, you will learn how to apply systematic decision-making processes in order to reduce risk and choose the best course of action for the project, team, the organization, and you. This course reveals the steps necessary to making decisions that are strategically aligned with business objectives and provides problem solving tools to address a range of challenges that every leader encounters.

What you will achieve
Develop insight into how you make decisions on your own and in collaboration with others.
Enhance your toolkit for solving problems and making sound decisions.
Promote buy-in with the right decisions.
Align decisions with strategy.
Enhance commitment to decisions across groups.
Feel confident in the knowledge that decisions are the best choices that will produce the best results.
Make important decisions that are not likely to generate unexpected or undesirable outcomes.
Minimize uncertainty and risk.

What you will learn
Establish decision making processes that work across organizational silos and enterprise boundaries.
Successfully implement the five levels of decision making and learn when to use them situationally
Clearly define and frame complex issues using structured decision-making models.
Implement consensus decision-making models effectively.
Quickly and successfully identify root causes and analyze problems.
Identify and select priorities.
Effectively assess and manage risk critically evaluating costs, risks, benefits and impact.
Apply systems thinking and strategic scenario planning.
Identify, position, and build agreements with key stakeholders.

Problem Solving & Decision Making
Course description
Problem resolution is a "three step" process.
Step one explores the boundaries of the problem and defines it; step two examines potential solutions and establishes criteria for the logical selection of a solution. Step three evaluates solutions on the criteria to identify the solution most consistent with the desired outcome or objectives.
This program will use this "three step" approach to not only define a reasoned process, but to also deal with the emotional impact, brought on by the human element.

Who should attend
This seminar will benefit anyone involved in problem solving, whether individually or as a team

What you will achieve
The recognition of the importance of defining the boundaries of the problem.
The dangers of making unfounded, or inaccurate assumptions.
The ability to identify and develop the skills necessary to achieve collaborative outcomes when dealing with conflicts that might arise from competing solutions.
The knowledge of techniques that allow the maximizing of team problem solving efforts.

What you will learn
How to define the nature of the problems.
How to separate givens from perceptions/assumption.
An understanding of the nature and causes of conflicts during a problem solving session.
How to maximize the use of brainstorming and creative thinking
How to manage the emotions that often develop around conflict and to focus on proven methods for using the positive aspects of conflict to build a collaborative process.

Advanced Leadership Development Training
Leadership Skills Are Developed Over A Lifetime:
The Advanced Leadership Training focuses on self and interpersonal development, in addition to the management of groups and teams. The training stresses self-awareness, goal-setting, cross-cultural competencies, and people development.
As a participant of this premiere programme, you will have the opportunity to deepen and enrich your leadership capacity through an integrated curriculum including interactive workshops, peer-feedback sessions, professional coaching, and experiential learning opportunities.

Learning Outcomes
Become conscious of your personal values,
vision, and choices that affect your performance, relationships, and commitments.
Embrace a different leadership mindset and behaviours that enable you to leverage your impact on people and organizations.
Acquire team and communication skills to ensure your ability to contribute to team performance, synergy, and success.

This training is designed to be:
Personalized: This helps you identify and target your distinct leadership goals.
Global: Leadership practices vary across cultures. A formulaic approach to leadership will fail those interested in working in varied regions or in highly global organizations.
Integrated: It provides the participants with opportunities to continuously reflect on relevant leadership questions and practice new leadership behaviours in real time

Training Overview
Curriculum. Confidence. Connections. Community. You'll learn global business leadership skills from world-class faculty. And together with experienced leadership coaches, you'll develop a personal action plan to transform classroom learning into personal and professional success.
RISE Advanced Leadership Training for Executives is the first of its kind to address the gap in effective training for high-achieving executives. Learn how to lead cross-functional teams to compete for tomorrow's global assignments. Develop personal strategies for building power and influence. Recognize Asian and Western cultural biases and competencies. And find out how to get more of what you want. With RISE, the learning happens everywhere—both inside and outside the classroom.

Training Highlights
Building Power & Influence: Personal Strategies
Even though cooperation and collaboration is valued in organizations, they remain inevitably hierarchical. Because aspiring leaders are challenged by the idea of power, this training will highlight the importance of getting comfortable with power, understanding the fundamentals of power dynamics, and developing one’s own path to power.

The CEO Agenda: Taking Charge of Strategy, Growth & Culture
Getting to senior executive positions requires an understanding of the CEO's agenda—how they measure their own success, how they spend their time, how they communicate with different audiences, and their temperament. This training will provide insights from successful CEOs of medium and large companies.

Effective Communication Skills
As a leader, you spend the majority of your time communicating with others. You probably don’t spend much time thinking about the way you do this, nor are you likely to get honest feedback on the way you communicate. Yet the quality of communication largely determines your effectiveness. This training will provide guidelines for improving your own communication style. In particular, we will focus on your persuasive skills — how to convince others to accept your ideas or support your position, even if they are skeptical at first.

The Challenge of Change
Why do successful companies lose their competitive edge? The answer is not obvious, for these companies have all the resources and capabilities to stay on top—financial, market, intellectual, and technological. To avoid this "success syndrome" managers must be effective at simultaneously managing incremental innovation as well as leading revolutionary or discontinuous change. The purpose of this training is to explore how managers can balance the tension between the short- and long-term, with particular attention to the use of culture in their organizations as a potential source of competitive advantage—or disadvantage.

Leadership for Women
Many companies who make gender diversity a priority—by setting aspirational goals for the proportion of women in leadership roles, insisting on diverse slates of candidates for senior positions, and developing mentoring and training programs—are frustrated. They and their companies spend time, money, and good intentions on efforts to build a more robust pipeline of upwardly mobile women, and then not much happens.
The problem with these leaders’ approaches is that they don’t address the often fragile process of coming to see oneself, and to be seen by others, as a leader. Becoming a leader involves much more than being put in a leadership role, acquiring new skills, and adapting one’s style to the requirements of that role. It involves a fundamental identity shift. Organizations inadvertently undermine this process when they advise women to proactively seek leadership roles without also addressing policies and practices that communicate a mismatch between how women are seen and the qualities and experiences people tend to associate with leaders.
A significant body of research shows that for women, the subtle gender bias that persists in organizations and in society disrupts the learning cycle at the heart of becoming a leader. This research also points to some steps that companies can take in order to rectify the situation. It’s not enough to identify and instil the “right” skills and competencies as if in a social vacuum. The context must support a woman’s motivation to lead and also increase the likelihood that others will recognize and encourage her efforts—even when she doesn’t look or behave like the current generation of senior executives.

We at RISE understand this dichotomy and our training programme ‘ Leadership for Women’ enhances the leadership potential of women managers by building on the following competencies which most women naturally possess but may be un aware of their implications for leadership effectiveness
Enjoying a good challenge – and seek to find meaning and purpose from each circumstance they face and opportunity they are given. They like to see and understand the connectivity of thoughts and how they work or why they don’t. They want all the facts and figures before making important decisions.
Competitiveness amongst themselves may really be about looking for validation — an identity that matters and a voice that is heard. Successful women leaders don’t rely on favours; they earn respect and truly believe they can influence their own advancement by serving others.
Consummate team players, they also seek to prove their value and self-worth by exceeding performance expectations.. Looking for respect more than recognition, the most successful women leaders don’t seek to become the star of the show — but they enable others to create a great show. In other words, being in the spotlight is not what drives them – but rather it’s the ability to influence positive outcomes with maximum impact.
Women leaders understand survival, renewal and reinvention. They have grit and are not afraid to fight for what they believe in or an opportunity to achieve something of significance. They believe in what they stand for, but that doesn’t mean they won’t put their ideas and ideals to the test. For them, doing more with less is simply a matter of knowing how to strategically activate those around them.
Opportunity-driven When confronted with a challenge, the women look for the opportunity within. They see the glass as half-full rather than half-empty. They push the boundaries and, when faced with adverse circumstances, they learn all they can from it. Optimism is their mindset because they see opportunity in everything.
Strategic Women see what often times others don’t see. “A woman’s lens of scepticism oftentimes forces them to see well beyond the most obvious details before them. They enjoy stretching their perspective to broaden their observations. Many women are not hesitant to peel the onion in order to get to the root of the matter.”
At times they “play the part” to test the intentions of others and to assure that they are solidly grounded and reliable. Successful women leaders know how to play the game when they have to – and can anticipate the unexpected. They know what cards to play and keenly calculate the timing of each move they make.
Women enjoy the ebbs and flows of business activity and they know that the best things are accomplished when they are done naturally – and unforced. When things are happening organically, this means that they are functioning within a natural rhythm and speed – that is safer and risk adverse.
Women are not uncomfortable with risk – in fact, they will often tackle risk head-on in order to get to the root cause of a problem and to solve for it (they value time and money). Women leaders who don’t allow their egos to stand in the way of good business are in the mindset of getting things done for the betterment of a healthier whole.
Passionate While women in general were historically viewed and stereotyped as emotional leaders by men, they are just passionate explorers in pursuit of excellence. When women leaders are not satisfied with the status quo, they will want to make things better. Women leaders get things done and avoid procrastination. “They enjoy order and stability and a genuine sense of control. Many women have learned not to depend upon others for their advancement and thus have a tendency to be too independent. A woman’s independent nature is her way of finding her focus and dialling up her pursuits.”
Entrepreneurial Entrepreneurship is just a way of life for many women. They can be extremely resourceful, connect the dots of opportunity and become expert in developing the relationships they need to get the job done. Many women leaders also see through an entrepreneurial lens to best enable the opportunities before them. They know that to create and sustain momentum requires 100% focus on the objective – and so they don’t enjoy being disrupted by unnecessary noise and distractions.
Women can play into the politics of the workplace, and do so if it means adding value to the momentum they are attempting to create.”
Many women leaders find excitement and motivation by being extremely creative and resourceful when completing tasks and other duties and responsibilities –. They avoid falling too far behind on projects – knowing that if they do it will disrupt their focus and momentum.
Women like control. Not necessarily to be in charge, but to not lose the rhythm or compromise the momentum they need to accomplish their goals.”
Purposeful and Meaningful Many women leaders enjoy inspiring others to achieve. They know what it’s like to be the underdog and work hard not to disappoint themselves and others. Women leaders in particular often have high standards and their attention to detail makes it difficult for others to cut corners or abuse any special privileges.
Women have a nurturing nature and are good listeners and excellent networkers/connecters. They enjoy creating ecosystems and support a collaborative leadership style that melds the thinking and ideas of others; this is what multiplies the size of an opportunity and/or its speed in execution in order to create a larger sphere of influence and overall impact. Women who don’t have to be right all the time make good consensus builders and will more likely enjoy participating in a team environment.
Women are big believers in team building and the enforcement of mission, goals and values to assure that everyone is on the same page with like intentions. This secures a sense of continuity making it easier for everyone to have each other’s backs.
Women are Opportunity Experts Women see opportunity in everything and everyone – their neighbors, friends, family, business associates, strategic partners, etc. Women have the ability to see opportunity and give their ideas life and inspire others to do the same. Women, when given the opportunity to be themselves, are natural leaders!
Women are Networking Professionals Women are masters of navigation and putting their ideas to the test is their gift. They do this through networking. They follow-up and make sure they sow their seeds of ideas in the most fertile networking ground. Additionally, their inherent ability to be creative allows for the discovery of opportunities that most miss.
Women Seek to be Relationship Specialists Women are specialists at cultivating relationships that are purposeful, genuine and meaningful. They focus on growing healthy, long-lasting relationships. Women don’t quit. They thrive at creating and sustaining momentum for both themselves and others. Women are masters at facilitating connection points between people, resources and relationships. This is why women are such effective and efficient leaders. They don’t waste time and can quickly identify areas to consolidate, organize and strengthen business outcomes. In fact, some of the best project managers I know are women. Their attention to detail is uncanny and their ability to track, evaluate and manage change is impressive. They aim to assure the betterment of a healthier whole.