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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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A.    Training workshops
B.     Consulting areas
C.    Profile of key trainers / consultants

Building a sense of empathy among professionals has now become one of the key tasks for people management professionals. This is because there is a substantial empathy gap that has emerged as per data received from marketing research firm Business solver, in a study titled State of Workplace Empathy. While most CEOs surveyed confirmed the need for the same, few practiced themselves some key empathy inducing traits. In order to develop some empathy in oneself, the first step is to listen actively to others’ viewpoints. Differences need to be explored and appreciated. Reading of fiction will actively help. Some companies even curate corporate training programmes built around mindfulness, to encourage such attentive behavior. At the end of the day, professionals need to appreciate why they need to possess that doze of empathy.

Source:https://knowledge.insead.edu/blog/insead-blog/five-everyday-exercises-for-building-empathy-12061

Uploaded Date:24 October 2019

The English football team did extremely well at the last world cup by reaching the semi- finals. Remarkably, its coach Gareth Southgate got the players trained for a penalty shootout, which they won for the first time ever, having exited a few times previously by the tie- breaker method. The world of sports gives an insight in to performing under pressure, that must be adopted by businesses as well. One is that every team must go through its corporate training with a set purpose in mind. One must never rush too much, but take the normal course of time. Professionals’ reactions matter, so they need to be kept under check. One must however, never obsess too much about anything. Confidence alone does not guarantee success. It needs to be replicated on the field of work.

Source:https://www.strategy-business.com/blog/Scoring-under-Pressure?gko=43ac8

Uploaded Date:03 October 2019

A lot of jobs that are extremely bound up in routine, end up as the first to get the nod towards automation. This could lead to mass retrenchment of job opportunities, but could also provide scope for further corporate training sessions that will focus on upskilling. The right upskilling measures require a deep understanding of business analytics and the data used for it involving insights on employment prospects, skills and tasks. Six steps have been identified in this entire chain. First of all, the situation needs to be analyzed and understood. Then, one has to design a skills plan. The third step is to assess individually the skill levels of the employees present already. Then one needs to match the right jobs, and engage the workers accordingly. The specific training is the fifth step, followed by administering the entire project and monitoring it to ensure the desired results are achieved.

Source:https://www.strategy-business.com/feature/A-strategists-guide-to-upskilling?gko=0bb8b

Uploaded Date:11 September 2019

The typical routine that helps corporate training sessions succeed best is- describe, demonstrate, do. The trainer gets full marks for this execution, yet several employees later feel the pressure when ‘do’ part appears the toughest to execute, as one is forced outside the comfort zone. The act of learning is either behavioral, methodological or even intellectual. The experience of the same though is more emotional. This is one reason that trainers usually do not like to be seen as learners. Those in the business of running leadership training programmes, need to themselves be part of a few off them, to understand how things could improve. One can start off as a beginner at workshops, where the stakes aren’t that high. One needs to feel everything, as part of the overall emotional courage.

Source:https://hbr.org/2019/08/learning-is-supposed-to-feel-uncomfortable?utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter_daily&utm_campaign=dailyalert_activesubs&utm_content=signinnudge&referral=00563&deliveryName=DM46537

Uploaded Date:29 August 2019

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