About Training Program


“We don’t have business problems, but we have people problems, and once the people problems are taken care of, most of the business problems get resolved automatically”

“If there was one thing you would like to change that makes your organization more productive, what would that be… attitude?! If people have a better attitude, then we have better quality.”

The above 2 quotes describe the importance of leadership skills to run any business. If you are facing challenges related to the leadership skills of your middle-level management then this program will be one of the best investments of time and money for them.

Our training program not just teach them new skills on leadership as well we coach them to perform at their best potential.

The outcome of the program is that middle level management will become strong, they will be able to build the best performing teams.
this also help organization to improve on their attrition rate as "People leave managers not the companies,"


The program is a mixture of Training and Coaching components. The whole program is divided into 5 training modules and coaching sessions. Training modules are interactive sessions with active participation from trainees and cover practical real-life examples. Training programs give insight into different leadership components whereas coaching will help them to unlock their potential to maximize their own performance.

The program starts with profiling (e.g. Hogan Assessment) of the candidates, which gives them and the trainer a basic understanding of the strengths and improvement areas of the candidates. It is a long-term engagement from 3 to 6 months. We focus on sustaining change which ensures that trainees implement what they have learned in the sessions and also remove unwanted blocks in their minds.

Each program has 5 components to it

  1. Insight: To become conscious that there is something in them that needs to be changed
  2. Assessment: To know where they stand today
  3. Training: Get trained in the area where they scored less
  4. Application: Implementing the learning in real life
  5. Coaching: To break down all wrong beliefs

The whole program will be around 6-8 months durations. Modules training will done within the first 4-5 months. Two coaching sessions are covered during the first 4 months and the rest three coaching sessions are covered in the last 3 months of the program to ensure that what they learn, they are able to implement in the real life.


The Foundation to the Leadership Skills

I normally call this module ZEROTH MODULE as this is the base of all that we will learn in this program. It has 4 components


You can study more in detail on the above content in the topic section. The first three components improve the basic skills and qualities of candidates and the last component (difference between manager and leader) gives them an eye-opening insight into what a good leader looks like and this sets the expectations of candidates for what changes they are going to bring after the program is over.


Amplify your effectiveness with Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is the key to both personal and professional success

Why do smart people fail? Why do technically brilliant individuals have trouble managing others and collaborating with a team? What distinguishes great leaders from merely good ones?

It isn’t IQ or technical skills, says Daniel Goleman. It’s Emotional Intelligence: a group of five skills that enable the best leaders to maximize their own and their followers’ performance. The five components of EI are:

  1. Self-awareness
  2. Self-regulation
  3. Motivation
  4. Empathy
  5. Social skill

You can read more about EI and its importance in the Topic (EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (EI))

The module covers the following topics:

  1. Understand what emotional intelligence is.
  2. Assess and understand current Emotional Intelligence level.
  3. Why emotional intelligence is important in people management
  4. How you can build emotional intelligence
  5. Develop the ability to understand, empathize and care for people
Module 3

Goal Setting and Feedback Sharing


What Kind of Manager do you want to be?

“Hard-Liners” – dedicated to bottom-line gain, usually at the expense of employee morale.
“Soft Managers” – are those who get their greatest satisfaction from the happiness of their staff, although often at the expense of the company’s financial well-being.

A different kind of manager – a manager who produces some of the best results in his field, while maintaining an extremely positive work environment and appears to have more free time than any of his counterparts.

What we cover in this module:

  1. The 3 secrets of a good manager
    1. One Minute Goal Setting
    2. One Minute Praisings
    3. One Minute Reprimands
  2. How to set the right expectations (Goal Setting).
  3. Why sharing feedback is so important
  4. How to share tough feedback (Conflict Management)
  5. Key differentiator in sharing feedback: Feedback>>Feedforward>> coach your team
Module 4

Motivating your team members

Motivate people with more responsibility rather than money

If you ask your team, what needs to be done, everyone has the right answer, but they are not doing it. What is missing is motivation. Can we motivate people?

The answer is no. What we can do is inspire people to motivate themselves. Why? Because Motivation is an action (I can't act for you) and inspiration is thinking and thinking changes. It starts reflecting in the behavior, which is more lasting and many a time, permanent.

What we cover in this module:

  • Why do people get de-motivated and who and what motivates them.
  • Traditional methods used to motivate and why they are not so useful
  • Demotivating factors are different from the factor which motivates them
  • Motivate people with more responsibility rather than money

Different Leadership Styles: Tailor it to fit your people/environment

Leadership is the Process of Getting Everyone to the Place They are Supposed to Go

This training program talks about different leadership styles used by various leaders. The different styles are

  1. Coercive Leaders demand immediate compliance
  2. Authoritative leaders mobilize people toward a vision.
  3. Affiliative Leaders create emotional bonds and harmony
  4. Democratic Leaders build consensus through participation
  5. Pacesetting leaders expect excellence and self-direction
  6. Coaching leaders develop people for future

What we cover in this module:

  1. Different leadership styles and how they are different from each other
  2. How each style deliberately influences the different factors (like flexibility, responsibility, etc.) of an organization.
  3. How to Tailor different styles to fit your people/environment.
  4. Situational Leadership