The Paradigm of Indian Leadership

The land of colors, exotic silk sarees, wild tigers, incense sticks, curry spices, magnificent temples and bustling traffic. There is no other place on earth like it – India. This country has produced some of the world’s greatest talents in leading fields – sports, politics, business, etc. For all the wealth of intellect and leadership available in this nation of over a billion people, one would think that leadership training programs were just a formality in it’s corporate landscape. But surprisingly this is not the case.

The Paradigm of Indian Leadership

A recent poll showed that the gap between the skilled/expertise group and upcoming qualified graduates from every field was increasing dramatically. The next generation, despite passing from their respective fields in flying colors and as state toppers, were ill-equipped to step into the daunting world of leadership in India. Numerous culprits are to blame for this – the educational system, which mostly does not encourage independent thinking, the socio-economic status that tends to pre-determine one’s success potential and the lack of attention to emotional intelligence that one is raised with from early on in their homes. These circumstances tend to cripple otherwise talented individuals with potential from possibly thriving in the arena of executive leadership.

 

Corporations today have tapped into this glaring deficiency and have taken the initiative to start up leadership programs that focus on reversing the very circumstantial factors that limit these individuals. The Indian talent pool is brimming with confidence and screaming to be tapped into. These programs focus on training candidates to think on their feet and out of the box, to take risks by being bold and encouraging them to break out of the introverted and passive trappings of culture. Our Emotional Intelligence training and soft skills training is done with the     intent purpose of producing the next wave of leaders that this incredible country so desperately needs.

 

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