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Axis Bank Wins Dale Carnegie Global Leadership Award 2017

Dale Carnegie Training India awards Axis Bank with the prestigious Dale Carnegie Global Leadership Award 2017

Ms. Varsha Ramachandran Manager HR Talent Management  OD at Axis Bank receives the Dale Carnegie Global Leadership Award 2017
Dale Carnegie Training India has announced Axis Bank as the winner of the prestigious Dale Carnegie Global Leadership Award 2017. The first runner-up award went to Capgemini, with IL&FS Financial Services bagging the second runner-up award. Axis Bank stood out as the frontrunner of this year’s Global Leadership Award for their advanced people development initiatives, which, backed by proven statistics, highlighted their cutting-edge efforts towards L&D with measurable business results.

In 1985, Dale Carnegie & Associates conceptualized the idea for an award that celebrated organizations that were ahead of the pack when it came to human capital management. This year, Dale Carnegie India held the third edition of their Global Leadership Awards and received 34 outstanding applications from some of India’s most-esteemed companies. The event brought together HR professionals of India’s foremost organizations, honouring them for their significant achievements, and celebrating the success of their people development. 

The judging criteria for the Global Leadership Award involved a thorough assessment of which nominees were at the cutting-edge of investing in their organization’s human capital. The jury for the award included Jonathan Vehar, Global VP of Products, Dale Carnegie & Associates, Michelle Bonterre, Chief Brand Strategy Officer, Dale Carnegie & Associates, Mark Marone, Director of Research and Thought Leadership, Uwe Gothert, CEO Dale Carnegie Training Germany, Greg Story, President of Dale Carnegie Training Japan, Sanjay Jha, Executive Director and Pallavi Jha, Chairperson & Managing Director, both from Dale Carnegie India. The factors taken into consideration include key goals and initiatives under the three broad categories of Organizational Structure, Learning & Development and Employee Engagement.

The event began with an introduction and welcome by Pallavi Jha, followed by a panel discussion on Experience Innovation: The Defining HR Trend of 2017. The panel was comprised of industry stalwarts like Ms. Suchitra Rajendra - VP Human Resources, India Region, PepsiCo; Dr. Aquil Busrai - CEO, Aquil Busrai Consulting; Mr. Jagjit Singh - Chief People Officer, PwC India; Mr. Jonathan Vehar, Vice President of Products, Dale Carnegie & Associates; Ms. Pallavi Jha - Chairperson & Managing Director, Dale Carnegie Training India.

Commenting on the awards, Pallavi Jha, Chairperson & Managing Director, Dale Carnegie Training India said, “Axis Bank, the winner of 2017 has set the bar high with their advanced people practices in the L&D space. The Global Leadership Award is a testament to each organization’s investment in their employees. I am glad to see how organizations today are prioritizing employee engagement, growth and satisfaction through innovations in learning & development.”

On receiving the award, Ms Varsha Ramachandran, Manager HR, Talent Management & OD at Axis Bank said, “There’s been a change in how L&D has evolved over the past couple of years at Axis Bank, and winning this really means a lot to us. It is validation that we are on the right track, we have arrived. It feels great, it’s a huge boost and we hope to continue on this journey.”

In 2016, Mahindra & Mahindra snagged the award for their forward-thinking L&D strategy aimed at grooming future-ready leaders for larger leadership roles. The first runner-up prize for 2016 was presented to Jindal Power, and Indus Towers won the second runner-up award.

About the Dale Carnegie Leadership Award
The Dale Carnegie Global Leadership Award was created in 1985 by Dale Carnegie & Associates to recognize companies who have dedicated to the ideal that their people were as important to the success of the organization as any technology, patent or business strategy. Traditionally, these were companies who were committed and dedicated to improving their business results by developing their people. The 1985 Dale Carnegie Leadership Award was presented to The Ford Motor Company by Dale Carnegie & Associates, and Wipro Technologies was the first Indian recipient of this award in 2007.

About Dale Carnegie Training® India
Dale Carnegie Training India represents the first corporate face of the Training Industry in India. As a company dedicated to Performance Enhancement, it offers ‘Talent Development Solutions’ in the areas of Leadership, Communications, Presentations & Public Speaking, Sales Training, World Class Customer Service, Interpersonal Skills, Building High Performance Teams, Media Training, E – Learning, Executive Coaching and Profiling & Competency Assessment tools, in a variety of formats to suit various needs. For over a century, Dale Carnegie has been improving individual and business performance around the world. While our training techniques continue to evolve, our core principles remain true to a single vision: real transformation begins within.

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