TimesPro and the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta have launched the Transitioning into Leadership: A Programme for Women Executives (TLPWE) and entrepreneurs to enhance their managerial capabilities and equip them with the knowledge of various facets and skills of organisational functions, data analytics, finance, leadership, among others.
The 12-month IIM Calcutta’s next-gen Transitioning into Leadership: A Programme for Women Executives enables women executives to become self-aware, build managerial and leadership competencies and break the glass ceiling. They will hone their skills and channelise their leadership qualities to emerge as successful leaders in their workplace.
The Transitioning into Leadership: A Programme for Women Executives will be conducted via TimesPro’s state-of-the-art Interactive Learning (IL) platform and delivered in Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode that includes a four-day campus immersion at the end of the programme. It follows a proven pedagogy consisting of a judicious blend of lectures, presentations by experts, real-life case studies, assignments, and quizzes.
The programme will help learners vastly enhance their skillsets by learning subjects such as Strategic Leadership, Leadership Communication, Working Women in Emerging Markets, Legal and Human Resource Perspectives, and Leading and Managing Teams, among others.
Applicants interested in enrolling for Transitioning into Leadership: A Programme for Women Executives can register on: Transitioning into Leadership | Programme for Women Executives | IIM Calcutta – TimesPro
Speaking at the announcement of the programme, Sunil Sood, Chief Business Officer, Executive Education, TimesPro, said, “The programme will enable organisations to have diverse leadership teams by integrating women and leveraging their skillset and expertise. It will also create several opportunities for organisations to build its gen-next workforce while promoting universal growth of their employees.”
Prof. Nimruji Prasad Jammulamadaka, Professor, Organisational Behaviour, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, said, “This programme will equip learners with skills to create transformative changes across workplaces while integrating and empowering more women to take leadership roles. This programme will benefit women executives and entrepreneurs to gain cross-functional knowledge and enhance their strategic capabilities.”