Guwahati (Saturday, 6th Aug 2011) Indian Chamber of Commerce in association with IIM-Shillong organized a two days management development training programme on Team Building, Personal Effectiveness and Communication Skill on 5th & 6th of August 2011 at Indian Institute of Bank Management (IIBM), Khanapara campus, Guwahati. Dr. Sonia Nongmaithem, Asst. Professor of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Management, Shillong popular as IIM-Shillong conducted the program successfully.
Indian Chamber of Commerce realizes that human resource development plays a significant role in the growth of business of an organization and most important factors being employees’ ability to work in a team with set targets and desired goal and shared leadership with proper flow of information through anorganized system of communication and channelized organizational behavior. As many as 40 participants from various PSUs, Railways, Banks, Corporate sectors, IT and Infrastructure companies, and telecom giants along with Members of Indian Chamber of commerce attended the two day of the program which primarily focused on team in an organisation.
Dr. Sonia during the training session stressed on need of a team work in an organization for yielding desired results better productivity during the cut throat completion of professionalism. ‘Proper organisational behavior and channelized flow of information and communication along shared leadership concept, can make wonders for an organisation’, she said while addressing the valedictory session. She appreciated ICC-North East efforts in grooming the future managers of the region to build up healthy work culture in the region and proposed ICC to reach out maximum through its channel partners and members. In his valedictory speech Mr. Mahesh Deori, Regional Director ICC-North East outlined the functions of ICC and said that Northeast team is committed to explore the land of ‘unlimited opportunities’ which the chamber have been consistently doing over the few years now. He shared his personal experience on being benefitted from two days training program and stressed on need of more such class room training time and again on various segments. Mr. C C Mitra Director IIBM who attended valedictory session as observer and Mr. Mahesh Deori along with Dr. Nongmaithem gave away the certificates to the participants who successfully completed the training.
Miss Roshini Rai a Management Trainee at the Northeast Financial Corporation Ltd. (NEDFi) hailing from Sikkim said that it was her huge experience to have opportunity to attend such a professional training program organized by largely reputed organization ICC and one of premier institute of the NE the IIM-Shillong. ‘By far I was the youngest and juniormost participant in this program but I believe I had the highest takehome from this program. All thanks to Dr. Sonia and ICC for availing an opportunity for such grooming’, she overwhelming said on being asked to speak after receiving her certificate. Members of all participating organization aired same kind of view with small constructive criticism by a few.
Addressing the participants Mr. Mitra said that the topics selected by ICC for the training has been very relevant in view of work culture in Northeast India. Training as such has always been beneficial to the participants. He appealed the future managers to adhere to principle of organizational behavior and cope-up with the existing working environment. He concluded his speech applauding the efforts of ICC-NE and IIM-S in holding the training program successfully.
Mrs. Shanta B Sarmah Asst. Director ICC in her vote of thanks speech thanked IIM-Shillong for the collaboration and association with ICC for holding the program in Guwahati. She made a special mention of Mr. C C Mitra, Director IIBM who alloted them all the necessary infrastructure for the training program and thanked him for his kind presence. She thanked all the participants and the organizations for keenly participating in the program. The program ended with a call for more such management skills development training program time and again on other topics.