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Technical Session by Dr. Happy Paul -TAPMI at AIET Mijar

Published On : 29 Jan 2019   |  Reported By : Dr Nagendra S


Manipal: On Monday, January 28, 2019, Dr Happy Paul, Professor, Human Resource Management and the Chairman for Leadership Assessment and Development Centre at TAPMI Manipal, conducted a technical session on topic ‘Leadership Assessment and Development Centre for B schools’ at Department of Business Administration (MBA), Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mijar.

The function was presided by Dean Prof. P. Ramakrishna Chadaga and attended by Faculty and students.

Dr. Happy Paul emphasised on Leaders’ Development. He spoke about the importance of generating self-awareness so as to identify his/her potential to become transformational leader. He explained the method of seven psychometric tests to measure various aspects of leadership in an individual. He opined that openness to experience is the most important trait which leads to generation of new ideas and critical thinking.

He described the role of advisory in identifying leaders and the onus of self-development under the LADC, at TAPMI, Manipal.

Advisory delivers:
• Key drivers to hone Transformational Leadership (TFL)
• Driving strength to commence self-development
• Incremental changes desired
• What should the person guard against?

 







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