भारतीय लोक प्रशासन संस्थान
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Building Capacity for Good Governance

Advanced Leardership Programme

The key to creating and sustaining an innovative and successful organization is leadership. As competition increases and globalization offers a mix of opportunities and challenges, the role and importance of leaders attain centre-stage. Organizations take time to respond to the rapid changes taking place in the global economy. A good leader acts as a catalyst to continually evolve a work culture in the organization that is responsive and sensitive to business and administration. A leader not only has to have a bouquet of necessary skills, but also certain intrinsic traits of personality in order to handle organizational challenges. This does not come easily, as it requires a great deal of un-learning and re-learning. Everyone may not be a leader but each one of us has the necessary potential and requires nurturing in all types of organizations both public and private.

This Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP) is a transformative four-week engagement which creates an optimal learning environment. With a diverse participant cohort from different sectors, improved peer learning and a global, lifelong network of trusted professionals, the programme has been consistently appreciated. Participants invest four weeks to immerse themselves in new ways of thinking to enrich their ability to lead. The comprehensive curriculum and experiential approach extends a reflective pause in one’s career. The sessions are designed to be thought-provoking, keeping participants engaged and eager to apply their learnings within their organizations. They leave having gained new reserves of strategies and personal insights that can be put to use in their enterprises.

Eligibility Criteria

Senior Manager / Executive of PSU

Objectives

The main objective of the programme is to enable the participants to enhance their leadership capabilities. It is both developmental and diagnostic, identifying areas with potential for improvement and enhancing skills. The purpose of this programme is also to provide participants with a set of essential skills that will contribute to their effectiveness at work. The other objectives are:

 To prepare enterprise leaders capable of leading their organizations to achieve national aspirations in a globalized environment
 To enrich the participants through sharing of experiences, national and international, and provide opportunities for building relationships with key stakeholders
 To provide a comprehensive insight into the philosophy and concepts of Leadership.
 To develop a concept of Relevant Leadership in Business
 To develop creative and lateral thinking abilities for building globally competitive organizations in the public domain
 To develop a critical understanding of culture and management practices in countries abroad, with implications for Indian organizations
 To understand the intricacies of organisation development, public policy and change management in the public domain.

Programme

Global Business Environment
Global business and economic environment
Emerging role of Indian business enterprises
Strategic disinvestement in public sector
Corporate and global strategy

Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance
Corporate Restructuring and Turnaround strategies
Business Ethics & CSR

Strategic Leadership
Managing from within
Developing emotional & relational Competencies
Creating high performance teams
Leading organisations
Championing strategic change
Business transformation through spiritual and value based leadership
Transformational Leadership

List of Participants

S. No. Name & Details of Participants
1.        

Shri Raj Kumar Malhotra,

General Manager (Finance),

Power Finance Corporation Ltd,

New Delhi

2.        

Shri Nepuni Kaikho Mao,

General Manager (E/M),Env/R&R wing,

North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Ltd.,

Meghalaya

3.        

Shri Surinder Kumar,

General Manager-Admn. Dept. Mumbai,

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited

Mumbai

4.        

Shri Sanjay Dasgupta,

General Manager-LPG Projects, LPG SBU, HQO,

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited,

Mumbai

5.        

Shri Jagdish T. Nimje,

General Manager-IT&S, Int. Trade & Supplies Dept., HQO

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited,

Mumbai

6.        

Shri Debasish Basak,

General Manager-Retail Upgradation, Retail SBU, North Central Zone

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited,

Mumbai

7.        

Shri Subhash Anurag,

Gen. Manager-Retail Upgradation, retail SBU, North Central Zone

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited,

Mumbai

8.        

Shri Prashant M. Prabhudesai,

GM-Infrastructure & IT Facilities, Info. Systems Dept. HQO

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited,

Mumbai

9.        

Shri Ashish Kumar Chouksey,

Chief Engineer (Civil), NHPC Ltd.,

Faridabad

10.    

Shri Abhishek Singh,

Goa Shipyard Limited,

Goa

11.    

Shri. Murali Mohan,

Additional General Manager (Marketing & BD),

Bharat Dynamic Limited,

Hyderabad

12.    

Shri. Khem Chand Gupta,

Joint GM (Mining) NMDC Ltd,

Dantewada

13.    

Shri B Venkateswarlu,

JGM[Mng], BIOM, NMDC Ltd.,

Chhatisgarh

14.    

Shri R. Jayan General Manager,

Indian Oil Corporation,

New Delhi