Multiplier Skills for New Managers
On-demand Webinar: Hear from leading CHROs on how they are nurturing multiplier skills in their organizations.
*This virtual dialogue was presented by DDI India.
Change and disruption is a given. What skills do new managers need to lead in constantly changing times? What are the essential skills to maximize their personal impact and drive team effectiveness?
Multiplier skills have the power to increase impact across multiple situations and challenges. These skills help new managers facilitate high-quality interactions and make sound business judgments aligned to the cultural and strategic priorities of their organization.
In this virtual café, leading CHROs will explore:
- Research on multiplier skills for new managers to leverage
- Barriers in developing multiplier skills in new managers
- Expert perspectives on nurturing multiplier skills in organizations
Sumit Mitra - Head of Group Human Resources and Corporate Services, Godrej Industries Ltd.
Sumit joined Godrej as a management trainee and has spent over 20 years working across different Group businesses including FMCG, Real Estate and Food and Agriculture. He currently leads the people practice and efforts to build a purposeful, authentic, inclusive Godrej employer brand for 20,000 people of 34 nationalities, across 23 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. He has been instrumental in making Godrej an inspiring place to work with an agile and high performance culture that attracts and engages some of the best global talent.
Ashok Ramchandran - Group Executive President and Group Human Resources, Aditya Birla Group
Ashok oversees a portfolio consisting of a set of businesses across the conglomerate with 7 CHROs reporting to him, as well as the Group Centres of Expertise of Learning & Talent Development, Talent Staffing and Employee Relations. He also oversees the Group’s initiatives of running 62 Unit schools across the country. Ashok carries over 29 years of rich and varied experience in HR, spanning multiple sectors in companies such as Asian Paints, GE Capital, Tata AIG Insurance and Vodafone India, prior to joining ABG in Group HR in October 2015. Across his career, Ashok has led HR teams to deliver both strong, strategic impact as well as building depth of HR processes. Ashok is a strong believer in talent and potential, and building of strong opportunities and careers for people.