AAAI to organise day-long Leadership Workshop

06 Oct,2015

By A Correspondent


Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) announced that under the aegis of the AAAI Prowess brand, a one-day Leadership Workshop will be held on 15th October 2015 at AAAI’s Training Centre. This workshop has been titled ‘Unleash The Leader Within’ and is targeted at young managers with 5-10 years of experience and those who have moved to a leadership role managing teams of 3 to 10 people. The workshop to be conducted by Prakash Iyer will focus on practical advice, powerful tips and actionable strategies that can be put to use right away by participants and is designed to meet the following objectives:

  • Learn  what successful leaders do
  • Becoming a better coach, a builder of great talent
  • Communicate better
  • Get better at working with people
  • Leverage the power of story-telling and building your own leadership brand
  • Build winning teams and become an inspirational leader


Commenting on the workshop, AAAI President Dr MG Parameswaran said, “We announced this workshop based on feedback we got after our first workshop on Negotiation Skills organised by AAAI recently. And when one talks of leadership, who better to conduct such a workshop than Prakash Iyer who has successfully helmed companies across various industry verticals in leadership roles including being CEO of the victorious Mumbai Indians franchise during the last IPL season.”


Prakash Iyer has spent nearly three decades in various companies selling everything from soaps and colas to yellow pages and diapers before deciding in 2014 to step out of the corporate world to pursue his passion for writing, speaking and helping other people unleash the leader within. In his last role, he was the Managing Director of Kimberly Clark Lever in India. Apart from being a best-selling author and a leadership coach, Prakash is also an independent director on the board of Xerox India and an advisor to Multiples (a Private Equity fund).


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