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We are a business school in our 15th year of operation, and have been consistently been acknowledged for our learning environment and accomplished faculty – well reputed in their domain.   For your information I would like to share our most recent B School Rankings which were possible to a very large extent with your patronage

•    CRISIL for the first time has graded educational institutes and chosen Skyline Business School as one of them with an         All India grade A and  state level A**
•    Outlook magazine has placed Skyline at 70 position among the top B Schools 
•    Business World Best B School Survey 2010 just released has placed Skyline Business School at the 11th position in Industry Interaction,29th position by Pedagogy, 27th position from Students’Ranking while overall ranking is 71 (All India)

We are a business school in our 15th year of operation, and have been consistently been acknowledged for our learning environment and accomplished faculty – well reputed in their domain.   For your information I would like to share our most recent B School Rankings which were possible to a very large extent with your patronage.

We have restructured our training and consultancy activities with focus on developing industry engagement in areas where our team of faculty and consultants have acknowledged strength.   

The nature of engagements could typically be in the form of training workshop, consulting assignment or a consulting assignment starting with a training workshop. 

We look forward to explore training and consulting opportunities in areas where the engagement will be a mutually rewarding experience.

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Irrespective of the job, sector or profile, all employees generally want to work with a senior from whom they can learn something. If this skill set can be built into team leaders, the company will gain a highly positive image in the market. This will make talent recruitment and the subsequent retention much easier. To begin with, team members’ goals need to be defined beforehand and communicated to them unambiguously. Corporate training sessions need to be introduced to build on the team members’ skills. But before that, the leader needs to first identify their skills in the first place. Opportunities must be created using which employees can grow. This includes the right feedback mechanism, challenging assignments and a positive work environment.

Source:https://hbr.org/2018/09/great-employees-want-to-learn-great-managers-know-how-to-teach?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=hbr&utm_source=twitter

Uploaded Date:12 November 2018

Virtual Reality (VR) is proving to be one of the biggest aids for organizations in their corporate training programmes. One leading company to recently make substantial use of the same is Walmart where VR was used for simulating real-world problem scenarios such as the Black Friday shopping rush. PC-tethered Oculus Rifts are being used for the same. Walmart in 2017 used seventeen-thousand Oculus Go headsets to most of its five-thousand plus stores. All kinds of employees got such training, with soft skills forming a key part. Before implementing on such a large scale, the Walmart Academy conducted a pilot test on some of the company stores. Newer content keeps getting pushed down to the local stores. The company measures its ROI for this scheme through the knowledge transfer that takes place at the stores.

Source:https://www.enterprisemobilityexchange.com/virtual-reality/news/virtual-reality-training-walmart

Uploaded Date:31st October 2018

The next decade will see tens of thousands of Baby Boomers retire every day. This provides a golden opportunity for the millennial generation to stake a claim for corporate leadership. Companies will soon, if not already have plans to bring up the millennials to these top positions. Two companies in particular have already set up their plans to do so likewise. These companies are American Express and Johnson & Johnson. They have specific management training accelerated modules in place for aspiring leaders. American Express has an Accelerated Learning Development (ALD) programme aimed at leaders, though it was initially conceived to train fresh MBA graduates. The one at Johnson & Johnson is called the Talent Acceleration Process (TAP). One of its purposes is to track employees with highest potential from the early and middle levels. One of the reasons for the roaring success of these two programmes is the fact that the method of analogous learning is being used in them. They are also highly immersive so the trainees get deeply engaged in the acts.

Source:https://hbr.org/2018/06/how-johnson-johnson-and-american-express-are-developing-young-leaders?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=hbr&utm_source=twitter

Uploaded Date:13 September 2018

Most managers claim and think of themselves as good at coaching. Yet, in most circumstances what they see as coaching, is actually preaching or consulting in disguise. It is a process where the other’s potential is unlocked so performance may be maximized. This can be achieved through effective management training sessions, but does not happen due to inherent biases many managers tend to possess. This is because their ideas on their own skills tend to get approved not by the real coaching experts but by fellow members of the managerial cadre. To understand it all, an experiment was conducted on MBA students who had specifically enrolled at a course for leadership training. It emerged from this simulated study that right from student life itself, micromanaging is wrongly seen as coaching. Instead, coaching includes a gamut of skills such as listening, questioning, providing feedback, showing empathy, pointing out strengths, providing structure and encouraging one to find solutions.

Source:https://hbr.org/2018/08/managers-think-theyre-good-at-coaching-theyre-not

Uploaded Date:16 August 2018

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