For HR professionals, the challenge increasingly is how to do more with less. The driving force behind organizations is people. To that end, the success of organizations largely revolves around the quality of their senior leaders, support functions, and staff. The demands placed on HR to source, develop, and retain quality talent are greater than ever before.
The speaker’s key areas of delivery in creating and maintaining High Performance teams, and how individuals can better use a coaching methodology to sustain a high performance culture will give us key learnings from a sporting context on the strategies for creating a high performance culture at work. With combined strengths in domain, analytics and technology, the speaker will speak to us on how we can use analytics build and manage high performance and promote leadership.
“Managing High Performance & Leadership”
(Learnings from a sporting context)
C K M Dhananjai (DJ)
Vice President of SportsMechanics
At 07.00 pm, on Friday, 16 October, 2015
At Hotel Savera, Dr. Radhakrishnan Salai, Mylapore
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Mr. C K M Dhananjai became the Indian Cricket Team’s performance Analyst in June 2007 and in 2014 finished a very successful campaign as the most successful analyst.
Dhananjai along with MS Dhoni are the only 2 people to have been part of winning teams in the (all 3 ICC Titles) ICC Twenty 20 2007 World Cup, 2011 World Cup and the ICC Champions trophy to the team becoming No 1 in Test cricket in 2010. Dhananjai is also member of the leadership team of Mumbai Indians and has been associated with the franchise since inception.
He has a Degree in Commerce and has done his MBA from ISB, Hyderabad with 8 years of unparalleled education with the Indian Cricket team. He has worked, mentored and trained by Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman, Anil Kumble, Saurav Ganguly, Ricky Ponting, Gary Kirsten ,Shaun Pollock and Duncan Fletcher etc.
Look forward to meeting you.
Registration Fee of Rs. 400/- will apply to Non-Members attending the program.
Networking over tea begins at 6.30 pm.