We continue to engage with industry platforms in various countries to keep the conversation going.
STRIKING PERSPECTIVES Webinar — Keynote Speaker Dr Jerry Gule CEO, Institute of People Management (IPM) | Presenter Prashant Hoskoté President Global Engagements, Striking Ideas | Panel Moderator Nico Landman Business Relationship Custodian — South Africa, Striking Ideas
Organizations made up of passionate and capable people who are meaningfully arranged — will make the organization come alive. Like a living organism – organizations aspire for success, strive towards excellence, pledge commitments for a cause, promote and abide by values and commit to a shared vision. Such interventions are indeed aptly relevant to every aspect of this conversation.
Duration: 58 min
@ STRIKING PERSPECTIVES
Despite all the progress in the last hundred years, the age-old dilemma persists. Can smart, innovative leaders who lead their organizations with an entrepreneurial spirit with agile, proactive ways achieve superior, consistent performance — and not fall prey to blind spots? What is the secret of success in the long run? The world has a plethora of examples around us, from recent times to old nuggets of wisdom.
Duration: 49 min
@ ICAI - Malaysia Chapter
Destiny Shapers Beyond Figures and Trends
The world has witnessed massive leaps in progress. Making sense of business potential through numbers of relevance is an art and the science of causality. This talk covered how the Leadership role has changed over time. What role can CFOs play. It covered concepts such as Internal VOC, the language of money, COPQ, and how to participate in developing the company's stakeholder loyalty system, balancing between stringent regulations and processes vs. freedom to shape a new conversation to enhance long-term stakeholder value.
@ South ASIA – THE GLOBAL VOICE OF QUALITY
HUMAN FACTOR – Value proposition can be vibrant with a service oriented mindset. Making a human connection should be a way of life. It's not a second nature. In fact it is the nature of humanity. In this age of machine learning and AI –– human touch has a special place.
@EMOHA — ELDERS FIRST
Once Upon A Time — is a curated series designed to kindle an appetite to deliver genuine service from the heart. Behind the brand and the process-centric facadé – resides an indelible spirit of humanity. Once Upon A Time is about Celebrating Life in a curated session that brings a heightened awareness of what it takes not just for the front-line associates but for everyone who should be mindful of appreciating the human spirit beyond a transactional mindset.
@ THE HOTEL GMs GUILD INDIA
THE HEART OF HOSPITALITY : Whenever human interaction occurs, there is an opportunity to lead the way with The L&S principles. The conversation was insightful for professionals in the hospitality business.
@ New Zealand Business Excellence Foundation
DESTINY SHAPERS – brings new insights and revelations to elevate the conversation about Leadership, Loyalty and factors of Loyalty.
@ ASQ – THE GLOBAL VOICE OF QUALITY, EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA
ARE ORGANIZATIONS ALIVE? Like a living organism – organizations aspire for success, strive towards excellence, pledge commitments for a cause, promote and abide by values and commit to a shared vision. The L&S principles are indeed aptly relevant to every aspect of this conversation.
@CONSORTIUM OF ACCREDITED HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS
ARE ORGANIZATIONS ALIVE?: Healthcare has risen to the COVID 19 challenge that has held the world hostage to the failures of governance standards among nations and mega pharmaceuticals who paid no heed to the pandemic that lurked as among the top 5 challenges to humanity. The L&S principles are aptly visible in healthcare –– and its relevance amplifies the need to engage.
@CONFEDERATION OF INDIAN INDUSTRY
REDEFINING ENGAGEMENT Is there more to engagement than just customer engagement and employee engagement? The short answer to all those questions is – YES, of course! The L&S principles based on a uniform definition of loyalty is the first step in this conversation. Sometimes simplest of ideas are most difficult to see due to a lack of appetite for change.