TranExec signs MoU

Mumbai, 22 March 2019

TranExec, Australia signs MoU to promote their Cross-Cultural Organisational Leadership Coaching Program with a prestigious Indian University-NMIMS

With a firm belief that leaders of the future need to be equipped with discerning tools, visionary approach to decision making and an ever adaptive mind, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between TranExec Pty Ltd, Australia and NMIMS University, India. This promising collaboration has been diligently facilitated start to end by Australian Trade & Investment Commission (Austrade) in New Delhi, India. This signing is a testimony of the advancing Australia-India bilateral relations especially within the Indian Education and Corporate sectors.

Based out of Australia, TranExec aims to create the right opportunities for tomorrow’s leaders with its uniquely crafted ‘Advanced Organisational Leadership Coaching Program’ and seeks to partner with like-minded institutions of excellence like NMIMS. This superior program is targeted at corporate talents who see themselves as helming their organisation in the coming years as well as senior leaders wishing to don the hat of a wise coach to help develop executives. This is even vital to internal/independent mentors seeking to enhance their existing skill sets.

The course consists of 60-hours of blended learning practices including a combination of experiential, in-class synchronous learning, online live web conferences and independent study and is delivered in 2 separate modules – first in India (Mumbai & Delhi) and the second in Sydney, in September 2019.

Ms. Karen Barker (CEO, TranExec) believes that a holistic setting imperative to nurture a leader is the need of the hour and TranExec will bridge the gap between would-be leaders and leaders. She also underlined that NMIMS is a perfect collaborator in this journey.

Dr. Veena Vohra (Associate Dean, School of Business Management-NMIMS) feels that this program will unlock the underlying potential of an individual and hone their skill sets with experiential and collaborative learning across verticals.

Prof. Chittaranjan Bhattacharjee (Director, Centre for Executive Education-NMIMS) shared that when leaders from diverse fields come together for this program they leave with a deeper understanding of the world around them and become better prepared to take meaningful decisions within a stipulated timeframe.

This program creates a long-term sustainable model which has the unique potential and advantage to create emerging leaders who are more self-aware and confident.