February 2013 | Chennai, Bengaluru, NCR, Mumbai
This workshop is designed to equip mid to senior level executives in organisations with the knowledge and practices required to create great workplaces. Creating a great place to work has tangible business benefits. Our on-going research allows us to share stories and insights about great workplaces around the world. This workshop is an exclusive forum limited to 40 executives at a time.
Building Trust and Inspiring Performance is a full day public workshop for senior HR managers. It is equally relevant for managers who lead large teams in functions responsible for helping organizations become great workplaces. The workshop will cover:
- The definition of a great workplace from an employee's view point,
- A comprehensivle and accessible model for understanding the relationships that impact employees' perceptions of the workplace,
- The role that managers play in creating such an environment,
- Actions that managers can take to begin the process of creating a high trust culture and ;
- Personal Action Plan to create a great workplace.
Dates and Cities
- Chennai-18th Feb.
- Bangalore- 22nd Feb.
- New Delhi-25th Feb.
Mumbai- 1st March.
Know your facilitator
All workshops will be facilitated by Mr. Prasenjit Bhattacharya, CEO of Great Place to Work ® India.
Prasenjit Bhattacharya has two decades of experience in Indian and multinational corporations like HSBC, Eicher Consultancy Services (ECS Ltd.), Siemens, and Crompton Greaves.
Prasenjit has worked closely as an internal HR consultant and as an external consultant with senior leadership teams at various organisations in the area of change management.
Prasenjit heads Great Place to Work® in India, the world's leading Institute doing research in creating great workplaces. In his previous stint in consulting, Prasenjit has worked widely in various areas in HR and in Service Quality and TQM in industries ranging from telecom, cement, heavy engineering, automotive components, dairy products, software and hotels.
Prasenjit has done his MA in Personnel Management & Industrial Relations from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) and is married to Puja who is an MA in Family & Child Welfare working as a freelance consultant to social and non-governmental organisations.