Managers to be trained on the art of talent retention. iProdigy announces first-of-its-kind comprehensive Leadership Development Program for talent retention.

The cliched debate of whether employees leave organizations or managers, has almost come to rest, with the industry looking up to the managers as the saviors. iProdigy announces iRetain, a first-of-its-kind Leadership Development Program for talent retention. With its involved engagements with more than 50 organizations, touching lives of close to 4000 managers, in its 6 plus years of existence, iProdigy comes forth to fortify line managers with the skills and mindsets for talent retention.

Bangalore, Karnataka, December 11, 2007 /India PRwire/ -- iProdigy announces iRetain, a first-of-its-kind comprehensive Leadership Development Program for talent retention. It’s envisaged as a suite of 4 x 2-day weekend modules starting January 04, 2008 at Bangalore.

Module 1: iCare on 4 & 5 January, 2008

Emotional connect between the manager and the employee is critical for employee engagement. iCare focuses on helping the participants explore and enhance their emotional competence and leverage the same at the workplace, effectively. This module will provide opportunity to the participants to be better equipped to relate with their team members at a personal level leading to the employees feeling cared for.

Module 2: iSelect on 11 & 12 January, 2008

Selecting right resources is an art. Getting resources on board who are not just technically qualified to play the role but will also align well with the organization is necessary to ensure talent retention. iSelect focuses on the art of whole-brained interviewing and the related skills, techniques and methodologies. This module will provide opportunity to the participants to be better equipped to select and hire the right individual.

Module 3: iCoach on 18 & 19 January, 2008

Performance Management is not just limited to evaluation and feedback. Managers need to optimize the performance of each individual and the team as a whole. Holistic view on managing performance can have far reaching positive impact on the organization’s bottom-line. iCoach focuses on the abilities and competencies required to make the other win through talent-spotting and mapping, talent-centric goal setting, talent engagement and talent development. This module will provide opportunity to the participants to transform themselves from being the appraisers to Performance Catalysts.

Module 4: iReward on 1 & 2 February, 2008

Most employees quit the organization when they feel ill-compensated or a lack of recognition for their earnest efforts. The negativity of sentiment easily overpowers the engagement that the employee may have with the organization. iReward focuses on providing insight into the significance of different means of rewards and recognitions including compensation. This module will provide opportunity to the participants to get sensitized to the critical recognition needs of employees and learn how to create employee delight by catering to the same, within a given framework.

For detailed brochure, write to Hurry, last date for nominations is 20th December 2007.

Notes to Editor

iProdigy Learning Services Private Limited (ILSPL) is a consulting organization created with a promise to engender evolution and enable bottomlines. In organization and individual lives. Through full services offerings in the areas of Learning & Development, Organization Development and Human Capital Management. Our business-aligned solutions and services address issues like: Talent Retention through enhanced employee engagement; Bringing new hires up to speed in a short time through customized boot-camps for grooming and transition; Customized assessment and development center; Project turnaround through team integration and alignment; Organization discovery, strategic alignment and culture building through a process of co-creation. For more information about iProdigy, visit

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