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Technical Portfolio

Course IDCourse nameMode of Delivery
SSTP031Cultivating Ethical Excellence in the WorkplaceVILT/In-Person
SSTP424Gender SensitizationVILT/In-Person
SSTP359Business Communication SkillsVILT/In-Person
SSTP403Connect & CollaborateVILT/In-Person
SSTP400Influence & ImpactVILT/In-Person
SSTP135Mastering Gender IntelligenceVILT/In-Person
SSTP399Employee Advocacy Training ProgramVILT/In-Person
SSTP378Assessment and Development Center (ADCs)VILT/In-Person
SSTP299Collaboration – Partnering for SuccessVILT/In-Person
SSTP103Fostering Emotional IntelligenceVILT/In-Person
SSTP281WEQUiTY: Inclusion for ManagersVILT/In-Person
SSTP379 First Time Manager – Long TailVILT/In-Person
SSTP221Psychological Safety at WorkVILT/In-Person
SSTP195Negotiation Skills – FoundationVILT/In-Person
SSTP120Everything DiSC® Workplace DebriefVILT/In-Person
SSTP029Advanced Business CommunicationVILT/In-Person
SSTP051Conflict ManagementVILT/In-Person
SSTP340Overcoming Unconscious Bias with DiversityVILT/In-Person
SSTP317Personal TransformationVILT/In-Person
SSTP256Stress ManagementVILT/In-Person
SSTP236Risk TakingVILT/In-Person
Course IDCourse nameMode of Delivery
SSTP116Everything DiSC® Management Debrief ProgramVILT/In-Person
SSTP114Leadership Insights with Everything DiSC® Agile EQVILT/In-Person
SSTP041Change Management TrainingVILT/In-Person
SSTP099Feedback Forward for ManagersVILT/In-Person
SSTP424Gender SensitizationVILT/In-Person
SSTP426Artificial Intelligence for LeadersVILT/In-Person
SSTP419Sales Mastery AcceleratorVILT/In-Person
SSTP363Dealing with Low/Poor PerformanceVILT/In-Person
SSTP39790mins Book Review SessionsVILT/In-Person
SSTP208Creating Safe SpacesVILT/In-Person
SSTP402Entrepreneurial Mindset for LeadersVILT/In-Person
SSTP400Influence & ImpactVILT/In-Person
SSTP135Mastering Gender IntelligenceVILT/In-Person
SSTP399Employee Advocacy Training ProgramVILT/In-Person
SSTP096The Execution BlueprintVILT/In-Person
SSTP194Advanced Negotiation SkillsVILT/In-Person
SSTP169Leading Through Diverse SituationsVILT/In-Person
SSTP396Sales Leadership ProgramVILT/In-Person
SSTP221Leader’s Toolkit for Fostering Psychological SafetyVILT/In-Person
SSTP046Chief Executive FacilitatorVILT/In-Person
SSTP372Fostering Leadership ExcellenceVILT/In-Person
SSTP380Leading with PurposeVILT/In-Person
SSTP165Leader as CoachVILT/In-Person
SSTP280WEQUiTY – Inclusion for LeadersVILT/In-Person
SSTP388Executive Coaching for LeadersVILT/In-Person
SSTP387Everything DiSC Work of Leaders DebriefVILT/In-Person
SSTP385Building Inspirational LeadershipVILT/In-Person
SSTP384Empathetic LeadershipVILT/In-Person
SSTP285Women in LeadershipVILT/In-Person
SSTP354Leading an OrganizationVILT/In-Person
SSTP349Leadership Feedback & CoachingVILT/In-Person
SSTP348Excellence In LeadershipVILT/In-Person
SSTP132Building a Cohesive TeamVILT/In-Person
SSTP342Leading Through ConflictVILT/In-Person
SSTP200Overcoming Cultural ConundrumsVILT/In-Person
SSTP344Augmented CoachingVILT/In-Person
SSTP345Think Like a CEOVILT/In-Person
SSTP286Work of Leaders ProgramVILT/In-Person
SSTP341Building a Winning CultureVILT/In-Person
SSTP029Advanced Business CommunicationVILT/In-Person
SSTP123Executive PresenceVILT/In-Person
SSTP160Jamavaar ® – A Tapestry of Organizational VisionVILT/In-Person
Course IDCourse nameMode of Delivery
SSTP116Everything DiSC® Management Debrief ProgramVILT/In-Person
SSTP103Fostering Emotional IntelligenceVILT/In-Person
SSTP041Change Management TrainingVILT/In-Person
SSTP099Feedback Forward for ManagersVILT/In-Person
SSTP368Agile EQ For ManagersVILT/In-Person
SSTP424Gender SensitizationVILT/In-Person
SSTP412Perception, Proposition, and PresenceVILT/In-Person
SSTP363Dealing with Low/Poor PerformanceVILT/In-Person
SSTP362Think On Your FeetVILT/In-Person
SSTP337Critical Thinking & Problem SolvingVILT/In-Person
SSTP39790mins Book Review SessionsVILT/In-Person
SSTP403Connect & CollaborateVILT/In-Person
SSTP208Creating Safe SpacesVILT/In-Person
SSTP400Influence & ImpactVILT/In-Person
SSTP135Mastering Gender IntelligenceVILT/In-Person
SSTP399Employee Advocacy Training ProgramVILT/In-Person
SSTP398Coaching-Based Approach to ManagementVILT/In-Person
SSTP250Account Mastery ProgramVILT/In-Person
SSTP194Advanced Negotiation SkillsVILT/In-Person
SSTP054Managerial CourageVILT/In-Person
SSTP248Stakeholder ManagementVILT/In-Person
SSTP221Leader’s Toolkit for Fostering Psychological SafetyVILT/In-Person
SSTP281WEQUiTY: Inclusion for ManagersVILT/In-Person
SSTP379 First Time Manager – Long TailVILT/In-Person
SSTP285Women in LeadershipVILT/In-Person
SSTP361Professional Skills in Facilitation – Fast-trackVILT/In-Person
SSTP357Return to WorkVILT/In-Person
SSTP356Proactive Mindset in Early ManagersVILT/In-Person
SSTP334Professional Facilitation SkillsVILT/In-Person
SSTP329DEI Champion CertificationVILT/In-Person
SSTP194Negotiation Skills – AdvancedVILT/In-Person
SSTP153Innovation and Design ThinkingVILT/In-Person
SSTP147Hiring Expert CertificationVILT/In-Person
SSTP029Advanced Business CommunicationVILT/In-Person
SSTP200Overcoming Cultural ConundrumsVILT/In-Person
SSTP131First Time ManagerVILT/In-Person
Course IDCourse nameMode of Delivery
SSTP071Data Visualization – with Tableau 10VILT/In-Person
SSTP370Agile Scrum WorkshopVILT/In-Person
SSTP375Eggplant Automation ToolVILT/In-Person
SSTP401Azure Synapse Analytics TrainingVILT/In-Person
SSTP245Six SigmaVILT/In-Person
SSTP072Data Science, Machine Learning & AI – Python Programming (Level 1 & 2)VILT/In-Person
SSTP371Java – Core & Advanced WorkshopsVILT/In-Person
SSTP367Software and Automation Testing WorkshopVILT/In-Person
SSTP366Google Cloud WorkshopVILT/In-Person
SSTP365Cyber Security WorkshopVILT/In-Person
SSTP162JIRA User WorkshopVILT/In-Person
SSTP161JIRA Administrator WorkshopVILT/In-Person
SSTP068Data Science with PYTHONVILT/In-Person
SSTP021Blockchain Basics WorkshopVILT/In-Person
SSTP020Blockchain Advanced WorkshopVILT/In-Person
SSTP011AWS Cloud – Admin & DevelopmentVILT/In-Person
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Training Leaders At Workplace

By tying business objectives to the organization’s broader mission and vision, a leader can facilitate the execution of the vision they have created. An organization invests in a leadership development course as a perk to keep and develop its leadership resources. According to a study, businesses without such a program had worse business outcomes than those with mature leadership development programs. There has been an increase in C-level employee training during the last ten years. Traditionally, strengthening a leader’s personal leadership skills was the main goal of leadership training. Companies have come to understand that the effectiveness of any program for leadership development depends on a variety of elements, including: 

  • Qualities of each learner
  • Program for developing leaders’ quality and focus
  • The leader’s superior’s backing for changing behavior

Given their potentially packed schedules, leaders must be trained utilizing a blended strategy that combines several delivery channels like eLearning, podcasts, classroom instruction, and coaching. These individuals may not always benefit from classroom instruction; instead, they will require a variety of learning opportunities, including one-on-one coaching, challenging tasks, industry speaker sessions, mentoring, and hands-on experience. Leadership development courses typically last longer, anywhere from a month to a year. Although the majority of businesses outsource their leadership training, the majority of them still carry it out in-house because for leaders, the organizational environment is crucial.  

For leaders, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all strategy. When choosing the modes of learning, there should be openness. It is critical that we always adjust the situation to the advantage of the aspiring leaders because each one has various behavioral strengths. The advantages of having a leadership development course are as follows: 

  • Sculpts the corporate culture – Your company’s culture can be inferred from how you treat your staff. When a firm invests in your wellbeing and personal growth, the workers take this seriously and work hard to make sure the business is successful in everything it does 
  •  Retains the workforce – After identifying the potential leaders, the organization helps the business invest in them to develop the next generation of leaders

Here are some difficulties encountered when giving a leadership development course since oftentimes, leadership training without context and purpose can be a complete waste of money. 

  • Any leadership training’s impact will be challenging to quantify. A sudden shift in conduct is not anticipated. The learning must settle over time. To ensure that learning is maintained, recurring follow-up sessions are an option
  • The entire effort may be a waste if there is no strategic alignment between the learning intervention and corporate objectives. To ensure that the program agenda achieves and serves the program’s primary goal, brainstorming must take place from the program’s outset
  • What is in it for me is the largest obstacle for leaders to continue to be involved. This question can be answered by involving the participants in the program’s development; doing so makes the learning journey more relevant and increases leadership buy-in

One of the most prevalent issues that businesses want to keep addressing is leadership effectiveness. Therefore, the secret to development is well-planned interventions with smaller learning chunks. According to reports, businesses spend much on external leadership training. This increases the necessity of spending money on pertinent and efficient leadership development courses. 

Training Program On Effective Management

A manager plays a very crucial role by acting as the catalyst for the teams. Apart from that, managers need to be the coordinators and middlemen communicating between team members, teams and the management. It is crucial that a manager rightly utilizes all his resources to ensure that success and productivity is increased. 

As a manager, one needs to provide direction and structure to the team, along with a motivating environment for the team to perform to their fullest of abilities. Hence, it is a journey for someone to move from an individual contributor to manager. It is not just thinking from an individual perspective but to think about the team as a whole. One needs to focus on the strengths and challenges of the team, delegate, and essentially align the entire team to the organizational goals and values. These are some crucial reasons as to why effective management training becomes important for managers to flourish in their role.  

In order to for training on effective management to take place, one needs to keep in mind to address the following important aspects:  

  • Even high potentials fail to shine as a manager due to many reasons, such as, not knowing how to leverage the expertise of the team, not pushing the team to perform or develop, etc, could bring the entire team down. Thus, the training program needs to gauge these issues and create an outline that would address these reasons
  • Next point to be kept in mind while developing an outline for a training on effective management is to address the different dilemmas a manager would face. Some of the dilemmas could be people orientation vs task orientation, self vs team, delegate vs not delegate, etc. Addressing these through a training program would help managers to step up their performance
  • Some of the most important skills any manager would need to exhibit effectiveness, can be classified under three broad buckets as personal excellence, team excellence and organizational excellence. In each of these buckets can be placed several skills a manager needs to possess:
    1. Personal excellence: planning and prioritizing, ownership and accountability, emotional intelligence, time management, networking skills, etc. 
    2. Team excellence: directing and delegating, creating a motivating environment, developing team, trust, conflict management, handling diverse workforce, etc. 
    3. Organizational excellence: change management, decision making, problem solving, customer centricity, risk management, strategic thinking, etc.  

While each of these aspects can be addressed through separate training programs, but depending on the need and skills to be addressed or developed, the training outline needs to pick multiple building blocks to be made into an effective management training outline. Creating a customized outline based on the target audience is a crucial aspect in any program outline and it is essential to address multiple skills through one program either as a two-day program outline or as 4 half-day programs or 2-hour virtual sessions on various skills.  To conclude training on effective management, need to be focused on understanding the problems, addressing the dilemmas, combining various skills that can boost the performance and a mode of delivery that will be most effective. 

The Importance of Stakeholder Management in Organizational Success

In today’s fast-paced business environment, organizations face a constantly changing landscape of challenges and opportunities. Effective stakeholder management is crucial for organizations to succeed in this dynamic and complex environment. Stakeholders can have a significant impact on an organization’s success, and therefore it is necessary for businesses to develop strategies to understand, engage with, and manage stakeholders effectively. 

What is Stakeholder Management?

Stakeholder management involves identifying the individuals and groups who have a vested interest in an organization’s success, and developing strategies to engage with them effectively. Stakeholders can include customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders, government agencies, regulators, and the wider community. 

Stakeholders can impact an organization’s success in various ways. For example, customers can influence the organization through their purchasing decisions and feedback, while employees can impact the organization through their productivity, creativity, and loyalty. Government agencies and regulators can impact the organization through their policies and regulations, while the community can impact the organization through their perceptions and attitudes. 

Understanding Key Stakeholders 

Identifying and understanding key stakeholders is the first step in effective stakeholder management. It is necessary to identify the stakeholders’ expectations, interests, and level of influence on the organization. Stakeholders can be classified based on their level of interest in the organization and their level of influence over the organization. Stakeholders with high interest and high influence are considered to be key stakeholders. 

Analyzing Stakeholders’ Needs and Expectations 

Once key stakeholders have been identified, it is necessary to analyze their needs and expectations. Stakeholders can have different needs and expectations based on their roles and perspectives. For example, customers may expect quality products and services, while employees may expect fair treatment and opportunities for growth. 

Developing Strategies to Address Stakeholders’ Needs and Expectations 

After analyzing stakeholders’ needs and expectations, it is necessary to develop strategies to address them effectively. This involves developing communication strategies to engage and involve stakeholders in decision making, as well as developing conflict management skills to manage stakeholders’ conflicts and resistance to change. 

Effective Communication Strategies 

Effective communication is essential for stakeholder management. It is necessary to communicate with stakeholders in a timely and appropriate manner, using clear and concise language. Communication can take various forms, including face-to-face meetings, electronic communication, social media, and public relations. Effective communication strategies can help organizations to build trust and credibility with stakeholders, and to enhance their reputation. 

Managing Stakeholders’ Conflicts and Resistance to Change 

Stakeholders may have conflicting needs and expectations, which can lead to conflicts and resistance to change. It is necessary to develop conflict management skills to manage these conflicts effectively. This involves understanding stakeholder perspectives and interests, and developing solutions that meet their needs and expectations. 

Evaluating Stakeholder Management Effectiveness 

Evaluating the effectiveness of stakeholder management is necessary to determine whether the strategies are achieving their intended outcomes. This involves developing performance metrics to measure the impact of stakeholder management strategies on the organization’s performance. It is also necessary to make continuous improvements to stakeholder management strategies based on feedback and analysis of results. 

Ethical Considerations 

Stakeholder management involves ethical considerations, such as the need to balance competing interests and priorities, and to maintain integrity and transparency in communication. Organizations need to be aware of their ethical responsibilities and uphold ethical principles in their stakeholder management strategies. 

Real-World Business Scenarios 

Stakeholder management principles can be applied to real-world business scenarios. Case studies and group exercises can help participants to develop practical skills and strategies to apply stakeholder management principles in their work. Participants can develop a stakeholder management plan for a selected project or initiative, and communicate the plan to internal and external stakeholders. 


Effective stakeholder management is crucial for organizational success. Organizations need to identify key stakeholders, analyze their needs and expectations, and develop strategies to engage with them effectively. This involves developing effective communication strategies, conflict management skills, and performance metrics to evaluate the effectiveness of stakeholder management strategies. Participants in stakeholder management training programs can develop practical skills and strategies to apply stakeholder management principles to real-world business scenarios. By applying stakeholder management principles effectively, organizations can enhance their reputation, build trust and credibility with stakeholders, and improve their performance. 

Training on Managerial Courage

Managerial courage is a crucial skill needed in today’s fast-paced, ever-evolving business environment. It is the ability to make tough decisions, take risks, and stand up for what is right, even in the face of adversity. However, many managers struggle with displaying courageous behavior, which can have a detrimental impact on their team’s productivity, job satisfaction, and overall success. Therefore, it is essential to provide training on developing and enhancing their managerial courage. 

Managers are often placed in challenging situations that require them to make difficult decisions. For example, they may need to lay off employees, terminate underperforming team members, or implement unpopular policies. When these situations arise, managers must demonstrate courage and make decisions that are in the best interest of the company and its stakeholders. 

However, the fear of making a wrong decision or facing negative consequences can hinder a manager’s ability to exhibit courageous behavior. Studies have shown that fear of failure is one of the primary reasons why managers avoid taking risks and making bold decisions. Therefore, training programs should include modules that teach managers how to overcome their fear and develop the confidence needed to make tough calls. 

Managers also need to learn how to effectively communicate and implement changes that may not be popular with their team members. Having difficult conversations, such as providing feedback on performance or addressing behavioral issues, requires managers to be courageous and assertive. However, if these conversations are not handled correctly, they can damage the manager-employee relationship and hinder productivity. 

Training on developing managerial courage should include techniques on how to communicate difficult messages effectively. It should cover topics such as active listening, empathy, and how to provide feedback in a constructive manner. Additionally, it should teach managers how to handle confrontations and discussions with difficult team members without resorting to passive-aggressive behaviors. 

Another aspect of managerial courage is the ability to stand up for what is right, even when faced with opposition. In today’s business environment, ethical decision-making is becoming increasingly important. Managers must be able to identify and address ethical issues promptly and speak up against unethical behavior. 

Failure to act quickly and decisively in situations where unethical behavior is being exhibited can cause significant damage to an organization’s reputation and financial stability. Therefore, training on developing managerial courage should include teaching managers how to recognize ethical issues and how to act on them effectively. 

Finally, managers need to learn how to take calculated risks to maximize their team’s productivity and long-term success. In today’s business environment, playing it safe can often lead to missed opportunities and failure. 

Managers must learn how to assess the potential risks and benefits of a particular decision, and then weigh them accordingly. This requires a clear understanding of the company’s goals, market trends, and available resources. 

Training on managerial courage should include modules on risk-taking and how to make informed decisions. It should teach managers how to identify and evaluate risks, how to plan and prioritize actions to mitigate those risks, and how to communicate their plans to key stakeholders. 

In summary, developing and enhancing managerial courage is essential for managers to be successful in today’s business environment. Training programs should cover a range of topics, including how to overcome fear and gain confidence, communicate difficult messages effectively, recognize and address ethical issues, and take calculated risks. By providing training and support, organizations can help their managers become more courageous, which will benefit both the company and its stakeholders in the long run.