Program Director: R.Venkateswara Rao
To enable the participants to acquire management concepts, tools and techniques that help enhance their managerial skills and practices in order to face the emerging business challenges of the banking environment.
The program is designed to enable the bank managers to develop their managerial and behaviours and skills which can make all the difference in times of turbulence and uncertain business environment. Such an orientation is developed through a blend of theoretical inputs, group discussions, virtual training games, activities and the use of psychometric instruments and will be delivered by a team of expert faculty that helped people and organizations to embark upon the transformational journey.
Online Virtual Classroom Mode
Total No. of Days: 5
Rs. 20,000/- plus GST applicable
Program Summary and Coverage:
The banking industry is one of the important pillars of the Indian economy and challenges posed by this industry are unique in nature. The Indian banking sector is continuously experiencing several changes and is awaiting the next round of reforms every now and then. For a Bank, the Officers working at the ground level, which constitute a critical mass, provide the critical link in the entire organizational processes and in many ways their effectiveness determines the performance of the Bank. Since they are responsible for supervising fairly a good number of employees working with them, they need to have a greater understanding of certain management concepts and practices which are essential for the success of the Bank. An unrelenting focus on developing their critical Managerial skill remains to be a key differentiator between a thriving and a non-performing bank, especially in times of turbulence, disruption and uncertainty of acquisitions in the Indian banking Industry.
- Banking Sector – Current Business Environment
- Understanding Self
- Motivating self and others
- Aligning personal with Organizational goals
- Managerial Communication for Achieving Results
- Emotional Intelligence for Relationship Management
- Need for Managing Differences
- Withstanding and Managing Change
- Developing Customer Orientation
- Managing Stress
- Planning for Future Development