Mumbai, New Delhi and Vadodara were a part of the tour
National, November 10, 2017: Randy Slechta, the global leadership guru, creator of the Total Leader® Concept and co-author of ‘The 5 Pillars of Leadership’ successfully concluded his three day India tour today. In his sessions, aptly called “Business For Breakfast”, Randy addressed leaders across Mumbai, New Delhi and Vadodara on ‘Managing Leadership During Turbulent Times’. The breakfast sessions saw active participation from senior management representing leading private and public sector organisations including Citibank India, Ecole Hotelier and Shaman Wheels.
During the sessions, Randy also addressed various concerns and challenges that often arise among leaders and suggested efficient techniques to tackle them. He shared statistics with regards to LMI's Indian market, and how companies need to address and invest in leadership training. Randy also shared details from his experience running LMI for over 30 years. He highlighted a comparative trend analysis in the L&D industry from 15 years ago to now, as to how industries globally have imbibed leadership development as part of their training. Post the session, there was an interactive Q & A session with the CEO's wherein Randy addressed real-life instances and recommended solutions to lead better in such scenarios.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Randy Slechta, President & CEO, LMI said, “We have been looking forward to hosting a seminar in India for a long time. There is tremendous growth potential in the country, which can be optimised with good leadership. We are hoping to fill this leadership deficit. We are taking back a lot of learning's about the Indian market which we will work on and put an international perspective too. And of course, we look forward to a continued association with our delegates.”
Dr. Hiru Bijlani, Master Licensee, LMI India added, “Our team in India has been working towards this for a while now and we are glad we could tap into the markets that we did. While Mumbai is a prime business hub, we felt markets like Vadodara and Delhi have potential, but need the right guidance. It was an honour having Randy Slechta help leaders gain insights from his over 30 year journey at LMI and we hope to continue his works across the country.”