PRLog - March 29, 2011 - MUMBAI, INDIA, India -- World renowned Kate Sweetman joins India’s Leaders at the HR Leadership Congress India 2011 in New Delhi on the 27th – 29th April at the Le Meridian Hotel.
Kate has co- authored ‘The Leadership Code’ which is the one of the most talked about management books of today - synthesising the best research and practice from the past 50 years to answer one fundamental question – “What is it that makes a leader effective?” She has written many articles on leadership, teamwork, creativity and gender intelligence. She has also spoken in meetings and conferences worldwide. Kate instructs at MIT, was an editor at Harvard Business Review, and is considered an emerging guru by the London Times' Thinkers50.
Kate recently led a roundtable discussion hosted by The Ideas Exchange to a closed exclusive group of 30+ industry leaders from across India’s corporate and non-corporate landscapes in recognition of the centenary of International Women’s Day in Mumbai. This discussion looked at the role of women in leadership, and how this group could produce some groundbreaking ideas on the subject. Gender diversity for diversity’s sake, Kate feels, doesn’t contribute much unless it’s integrated into a company’s overall strategy and culture. And in continuation with that focus on how to develop a business’ overall growth strategy and corporate culture, Kate will be moderating a session on how best companies can groom their future leadership to grow their business, at the HR Leadership Congress India 2011.
This is India’s premier independent forum for bringing together HR leaders focused on helping develop impactful HR strategies and come up with practical solutions for challenges that organisations face in executing their dynamic people management roles. This platform brings you face to face with not only international leadership gurus but also key decision makers from leading organisations like Standard Chartered Bank, Nelson Cohen Global Consulting, Becton Dickinson, Johnson & Johnson, Bharat Light and Power, PepsiCo, Schneider Electric, Simply HR Solutions, Aquil Busrai Consulting, Airtel, Eicher, Emaar MGF, Larsen & Toubro, Sony Entertainment Network, Lavazza, Monsanto, 3M, Procter & Gamble, RBS Business Services, Castrol, DraftFCB Ulka along with experts representing our Knowledge Partner - Harvard Business Publishing...
...making THIS the Leadership Forum for 2011!
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