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Overcoming Anger, Stress and Anxiety: A New Perspective on Management
with Dr. Param Srikantia

Date: March 22, 2018
Session Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location Information:
Arcadian Loft
401 Bay Street, 8th Floor Simpson Tower (Corner of Bay and Queen)
(416) 264-1211
Session Description
Our energies are often entangled in coping with personal and work life tensions that induce stress, anger and anxiety. The seminar will give you techniques to unleash unconscious sources of positive energy to transform stress so endemic in the business world, generate profound breakthroughs in relating to others and cultivate an emotional culture that generates greater engagement and supports teamwork. Prior techniques of developing emotional intelligence have failed to explore the farther reaches of this creative potential that can result from opening new doors of perception in managers. This seminar, based on Eastern wisdom traditions like Zen, has been hailed as a paradigm shift in leadership training. It builds on emotional intelligence but goes beyond, leading us to a new vision for our relationship with ourselves and with others in generating a personalized presence.

Dr. Param Srikantia (Ph.D. Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University) is a Professor, Seminar Leader and Author, who draws upon twenty years of leadership experience in six global conglomerates coupled with teaching and scholarly research in multiple continents. He has authored over 35 scholarly papers in Management, Organizational Behavior, and Globalization published or presented at conferences in the United States, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. Before joining the faculty at Baldwin Wallace University, Dr. Srikantia was a consultant at an international financial institution, designing workshops for Finance Ministers of several countries. He has also developed and facilitated leadership seminars to management teams of transnational organizations drawn from over 75 countries in a global leadership organization sponsored by the federal government. He has taught at Case Western Reserve University, George Mason University, University of Iowa, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute in India and FAE Business School in Brazil.  He is a former television host in India who is well acquainted with the art of energizing a live audience. With a doctorate in Organizational Behavior and several Master’s Degrees- in Psychology, Human Resources and Business Administration, Dr. Srikantia has recently embarked on public seminars based on non-traditional ways of unleashing human potential that have now grown to a contagious level of popularity reaching nearly 20,000 attendees in Cleveland, Washington DC and the New York metropolitan areas. They have attracted practicing managers, entrepreneurs, physicians, attorneys, social workers, nurses, psychotherapists, public policy practitioners, labor leaders, and teachers.  These ten public seminars embody an unusual form of education not currently available in most U.S. universities or corporations as they invoke very diverse methods and perspectives discovered across the world for tapping into the deepest reservoirs of human potential. 
Time Allocation - Topics

25% The Unmasking of Enlightened Presence: An EasternTechnique

  • A blueprint for jumpstarting our potential for profound relatedness by deepening self-awareness and connecting with self and others beyond the social masks of everyday life.
25% Beyond Behavioral Change: The Transformation of Consciousness
  • Four approaches to shifting from the robotic trance of everyday routine to being an awakened presence, rediscovering forgotten capacities in our ability to relate to others.

25% Chattering Monkey: A Breakthrough in Emotional Accessibility
  • Both, an ‘aha’ experience as well as a technique to collapse the mental barriers between managers and their audiences, increasing one’s ability to connect effectively with colleagues, subordinates and customers.
25% Emotional Resilience: Transcending Anger, Stress and Anxiety
  • Meditative exercises to increase resilience and experience one’s proverbial calmness in the eye of an emotional storm enhancing our ability to lead in times of crisis.
Guide to Participant Selection
1 indicates primary target audience.
2 indicates a good fit if the level of material is appropriate.
3 indicates (in the opinion of the institute and the faculty) very limited applicability.
Senior Executive
(Pres, Exec & Sr VP)
(VP & Gen'l Mgr)
Senior Managers
(Div & Reg. Mgrs)
Middle Managers
& Superintendents
Adaptability, Commitment, Communication, Creativeness, Developmental Perspective
Decision Making, Delegation, Direction, Guidance, Discipline
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