IIM-Sambalpur organizes a “female leadership” program
IIM Sambalpur organizes a female leadership program
Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Sambalpur organized a female leadership program under its Management Development Program (MDP) for 30 women leaders of Mahanadi Coalfields Limited. The two-day programs aim to provide advice on various verticals. The program was inaugurated by Professor Mahadeo Jaiswal, Director of IIM Sambalpur and Keshav Rao, Director of Personnel, Mahanadi Coalfields Limited.
The program included an insightful session on “Self-Leadership: Emotional Intelligence and Stress Management, Work-Life-Family Integration, and Empathetic Communication”. IIM professors and resource persons Professors Shikha Bhardwaj, Atri Sengupta and Bhumika Gupta passed on their knowledge to the female officers of Mahanadi Coalfields Limited.
“Transformation in the world requires a new way of thinking, self-well-being, making sense of changing market dynamics, developing new strategic directions and energizing people. IIM-S aims to provide support to organizations and help them see bigger and differently, cultivate the growth potential of new markets, redefine markets according to their own vision and engage customers and employees in more ways. relevant and inspiring, ”said IIM Sambalpur. in his statement.
Prof. Mahadeo Jaiswal, Director of IIM Sambalpur, said: “This program is quite special for IIM-S because we believe in inclusiveness in all aspects and as an institute we strongly contribute to a development ecosystem of women leaders in the workplace. In the current scenario of improved technology and post-pandemic changes in the workplace, women will have more opportunities to perform better. “
Keshav Rao, Director of Personnel, Mahanadi Coalfields Limited, said: “Such programs are not only important for higher leadership roles, but also for the empowerment of women. It is important for organizations to develop a conducive work environment that facilitates women’s performance. The other gender plays a crucial role in helping women lead. Therefore, it calls for collective responsibility between the family, organizations and institutions in general. ”