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INSEAD Leadership Programme for Senior Indian Executives (ILPSIE)

As the last decade has shown, India’s long term growth prospects remain strong. While this rapid growth is a huge opportunity for Indian firms, it also presents many challenges. One key challenge is the relative dearth of skilled general managers who can provide the strong business leadership required to capitalize on growth opportunities.

The INSEAD Leadership Programme for Senior Indian Executives (ILPSIE) aims to address this scarcity of general management skills in fast growing companies. The programme has several learning components: week long immersions at INSEAD’s global campuses and in India, 360°assessments and coaching, in addition to ongoing personal development.

By developing an integrated approach to general management that combines the imagination and panache of entrepreneurs with the strong functional focus of operating managers, ILPSIE will prepare you for senior management roles and provide a timely boost for your career. Over the 12 months of ILPSIE, even as you pursue your current career, we enable you to learn from the best minds in business and from an outstanding peer group, and apply the new knowledge gained.

Key Benefits

  • Enhance the depth and breadth of fundamental business knowledge. More specifically, an in-depth understanding of individual functional domains as well as the linkages across functional domains that are critical to drive business performance.
  • Acquire and improve interpersonal skills such as networking, persuasion & influence, communication, negotiation and coaching skills that are essential for effective business leadership.
  • Heightened self-awareness of emotions, personal and business values and blind spots that together lead to development of your own idiosyncratic leadership style and ability to leverage it effectively for business success.
  Jul 19, 2014 | Teaching




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