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Transactional Competencies team work, developing subordinates, coaching and mentoring, interpersonal competence, cross cultural sensitivity, diversity management, and openness to ideas.

Transactional Competencies team work, developing subordinates, coaching and mentoring, interpersonal competence, cross cultural sensitivity, diversity management, and openness to ideas.

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    Why are Indian Managers sought after globally? Why are Indian Managers sought after globally? Presentation Transcript

    • Why are Indian Managers sought after globally? www.midcareers.com
    • Competencies required to be a Global Manager www.midcareers.com
    • Transactional Competencies
      • Team work, developing subordinates, coaching and mentoring, interpersonal competence, cross cultural sensitivity, diversity management, and openness to ideas
      www.midcareers.com
    • Transformation Competencies
      • Communicating vision and values of an organization
      • Strategising to take organization forward to the next level
      • Drawing up long term policies
      • Building an inspiring culture
      • Motivating the workforce with strong leadership skills
      www.midcareers.com
    • Strengths of young Indian Managers
      • Analytical skills
      • Resilience
      • Adaptability to unknown terrain
      • Good interpersonal skills
      • Trustworthy
      • Can work in complex and diverse scenarios
      • Willingness to learn
      • Job knowledge
      www.midcareers.com
    • Areas of Improvement
      • Open-mindedness, inability to build juniors
      • Vision, values, strategic thinking, decision making skills, risk taking,
      • Learning orientation, self renewal efforts, cross cultural sensitivity
      www.midcareers.com
    • Which industries are looking for Indian Managers?
      • Information Technology
      • Consulting
      • Investment Banking
      www.midcareers.com
    • What do they command in the global market?
      • 30% of IIM A students (2007 batch) accepted offers from abroad
      • Packages were as high as $225,000 to $300,000 per annum.
      • Average entry-level salary stood at $115,300
      www.midcareers.com