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All India Management Association


Date – Saturday, 19th January 2008, 0930 to 1700 hrs at Pune ( entry only with pre-registration)

Icons Invited – Mr Amjad Ali Khan, Mr Sunil Gavaskar, Mr Rahul Bajaj,Ms Anu Aga, Mr Jyotiraditya Scindia

Hosts – MITCOM and Pune Management Association Investment – Rs 400 per person >> Special concessions to eGroup Members

Contact for More details – or 94223 18263


All India Management Association (AIMA) is the national Apex body of the Management profession in the country. "Shaping Young Minds Programme" (SYMP) is a new initiative of AIMA which seeks to help young people find the common ground between managing self, choosing their career and finding the right work environment. The programme objectives are :

Inspire young people, below 30 years of age, both students and professionals in management.

Many young people today have bright minds, which need shaping up on what to expect in a management career – they are always seeking advice from icons.

Our target audience will be 1500 Young Minds – made up of management students and young management professionals.

At the programme the young managers are exposed to four speakers from different fields including Public Domain, Corporate World, Creative Field, Media and Sports/Adventure etc. The four icons invited are requested to narrate their experiences in an anecdotal form with a view to conveying lessons from their lives. Specifically we request them not to talk down but narrate their story which indirectly brings out the lessons from the lives of icons, who the young managers consider their role models. Each speaker is requested to speak for 30 minutes, which is followed by a Question Answer session of 45 minutes.

The format of the programme is to have the speaker as well as a panel of 8 (pre-selected) students on the dais.

The style of your speech may be anecdotal, storytelling and coaching; and not preachy or jargonistic. It could center on your own personal experiences or something large that has gripped your imagination – the idea ultimately is to deliver a charismatic message that will leave an indelible mark on the Young Minds. Some of the topics you could speak on could be:

A big idea that has influenced you.

Mistakes you have made & lessons learnt.

What life has taught you.

What you have learnt in your management career.

How to keep young while growing older.

How to think about developing your management career.

How to enjoy your career.

The first big success in your career.

Thinking positively about stress.

Creating a work life balance.

Managing your ambitions.

Getting the winning spirit.

Creating a never say die attitude.

What keeps you going.

This programme is being held at a very opportune time as the country is in a state of resurgence and growth. The National Management Movement has a part to play in this awakening. More than ever before, the role of young people and professional managers is at the forefront. It is through the contribution of people like yourself that we will be able to raise the professional competence of the Young Minds in the country and enhance their contribution in building and developing the nation and the society.

Dear The list of Icons looks very imposing.All the best in your endeavour. With Regards V.Sounder Rajan E-mail :
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