Step Three

Step Three

The next level committee, i.e., The Executive Level Committee was conceived, the members identified and created with the help of the four Regional Heads (New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai) and the Service Head. They were acknowledged as the ‘doers’ in the organisation, who prevailed over the others and could exercise their clout on the diverse unofficial and official work groups.

Also, they were picked on their abilities to seize the opportunities in braving the obstacles masqueraded by those who were anticipated to obstruct ‘change’. They all had devoted a long time with the organisation, since the formation of a 100% owned subsidiary.

This Committee became the focus of attention for evolving the attitudes towards work which were to be evolved, altered and conformed to, after the broader guidelines were discussed and agreed at the ALC level. They were not only individually counselled but also eventually taken through a rigorous training schedule which involved

  • Highlights of the role of the ALC and the ELC.
  • How to counsel.
  • How to conduct brief brainstorming sessions to draw conclusions.
  • Problem solving
  • How to train