At some point in our lives, we're all going to have to don the mantle of a 'leader' in one form or another. Leadership, as we know it, is no easy task. Though the fundamental tenets of leadership are largely well known to everyone, the higher up you go, more nuanced are the applications of its principles.

To discuss the challenges of leadership in a world that is dog-eat-dog, fast paced and increasingly driven by technology, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow is hosting a seminar under the title "Thought Leadership Series". The seminar will be delivered by Prof. Ram Charan who is a world renowned management guru, business advisor, and CEO-coach which makes it a must visit event for all you aspirational young students.

As part of this leadership seminar, the main topic of discussion will be mostly related to Digital Transformation Strategies. Basically, the seminar will guide one on how to not only survive, but to thrive in a world that is so technology dependent.

Bringing together the worlds of academics and industrialism, the seminar is all about giving the youngsters a dynamic skillset which can be honed and then used to their advantage to gain a lead and become a better, more powerful leader.

The seminar will be different from any other such talk as it will provide insight on the real world challenges that businesses go through. With this in mind, the goal will be to best equip the attendees with a more critical and innovative set of skills.

The theme of the seminar is all about how to make your business or idea not just sustainable but also grow in the long run. In addition to that, it will also touch upon how one can pitch thier business in a world that is becoming more and more digital.

For those of you wondering about Prof Ram Charan and his credentials, you would be pleased to know that he is a well known speaker not just in India, but across the globe.

He has helped many businesses grow and has even guided CEOs of some of the biggest companies in the world to the path of true knowledge and management skills. He himself has written a book on the same topic as the seminar, which is what makes him the best man for this.

Once you're done with this seminar, you'll come out as energized as ever, with a spring in your step and ready to take on the toughest challenges head on.

Date: 26th July 2019

Time: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Venue: Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow

Entry: ₹10,000/- (Per Participant)

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