Strategic Corporate Planning
Duration: 3 days




Strategic Corporate Planning


Duration: 3 days

Facilitator: Anil Bhatnagar

B. About the Workshop:

The ability to set goals, to make plans, to preserve enthusiasm to maintain an unswerving focus and to achieve goals are the key skills for professional success. Committing yourself to a lifetime habit of ceaseless and progressive endeavours towards the development of this skill will do more to assure great success and achievement in your life than any other skill you can possibly learn. The greatest wastage in any organization is the gap that it permits to exist between the potential and performance of its employees. And the lesser the employees are trained in the skill to set and achieve goals the wider is this gap, and consequently this wastage, is likely to be. Employees if equipped with this skill can at least double the quality and quantity of their output.

This workshop is based on the insight , “You do best what you do for yourself’, and is designed to dovetail orgnizational goals to participants’ personal goals and self-esteem. It wakes up the participants from their complacence and inspires them to embark on the journey of honouring and fulfilling their personal dreams while automatically fulfilling, in the process, those of the organization as well.

The workshop makes you step out of the hackneyed and usual stuff on the subject and introduces you to the techniques that humanity in its present status of evolution is just beginning to get introduced to with amazing results. 

C. Contents

1.    What do the terms Strategic Planning, Vision, mission, values, objectives, targets, key result areas and goals mean, how they are different from one another, and why they are important.

2.    Crafting vision, mission, and Values statements.

3.    The three essential components of Mission statement.

4.    Five criterion to check if any core value is actually in operation in your team/organization. Discovering the gap between professed and actual values.

5.    Narrowing the identified gap between professed and actual values. Earmarking time for reviewing and renewing performance in the backdrop of committed action plan for adhering to the stated Vision, mission and values statement. The standard agenda to follow in the review meeting.

6.    What are SMART goals? Why SMART goals, though necessary are not enough in themselves?

7.    Which of the three kinds of visions you are consciously or unconsciously, operating from? The role of beliefs and mental blocks behind each one of them. What kind will your vision/goals be, had you been the owner of the company?

8.     Redefining individual role and responsibility in the light of the company’s vision, mission and values statement.

9.    Seeking and honoring the feedback of stakeholders.

10. Transforming conflict situations as opportunities for learning and growth.

11. Five fundamental facts about positioning for future. Making short and long term assumptions to arrive at different possible scenarios and answer three questions in their backdrop: what to sell, whom to sell, how to sell better than your competitors?

12. The Power of networking and how to harness it most effectively.


D. Objectives

1.    To acquaint participants with the latest techniques that equip them to exploit their hitherto untapped inner potential in incredibly amazing ways so as to make them set and achieve goals for themselves that are dovetailed to those of the organization with infallible confidence and certainty.

2.    To let them become aware of the fact that how little of what they deserve, they are giving to themselves (and to their organization)—and how they can begin to progressively reduce the gap between their potential and performance from today itself.


E. Methodology:

Each unit shall have 6 phases:

·         Intro (Story, anecdote, belief questionnaire etc. to introduce the concepts)

·         Acquisition of concepts (Small group discussion, exs, puzzle etc.)

·         Practice (Role plays, Exs, etc) ,

·         Recapitulation (Each participant to contribute what s/he learnt ),

·         Proposal for application (group discussion and presentation on where and how the learning points can be applied),

·         Journal keeping (Each participant to select from the group proposal his/her own pick and make a time bound commitment for implementation and giving a once in three months feedback on progress and bottlenecks).






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