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Jamshedpur: Steel Authority of India Limited, Management Training Institute (SAIL, MTI) signed an MoU with Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF) on 8th January 2019 at MTI, Ranchi for “Outbound Learning for Leadership Development and Team & Synergy Building”.
This Learning & Development intervention under this MoU will be for all SAIL Plants and Units. The interventions shall be designed in line with SAIL’s requirements, recognizing the changing needs and different leadership requirements across different levels, The Outbound Training experts from TSAF will steer these interventions with the motto that no classroom is better than nature and no teacher is better than your own will. The participants while living in the woods and breathing under the stars in high altitude ranges will learn leadership skills and values that is going to serve them and the organization they work for. The experiential learning programmes will help in promoting condidence, self-awareness, creativity, tolerance and other leadership qualities.
TSAF has been conducting outbound learning programmes for SAIL employees since 2011. The programmes were kick started by Top Executives of Bokaro Steel in April 2011, who went all the way to Darwa Top at 13550 ft. facing snow conditions and setting an example to all. Subsequently, Employees from Bokaro Steel Plant, Durgapur Steel Plant, Rourkela steel plant, Bhilai Steel Plant & IISCO Burnpur have attended the programmes in past. However, need was felt to centralize the training requirement across all SAIL plants for employees of various levels.
Bachendri Pal, Director TSAF (First Indian woman to climb Mt Everest, Recipient of Padma Shri, Arjuna Award and Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award) and Kamakshi Raman, Executive Director HRD, SAIL signed the MoU with Hemant Gupta, Secretary TSAF and Dr. Satyajit Jena, DGM I/C from SAIL, MTI both signing as witness.