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dctiMr. Sanjay Jha
Executive Director
Dale Carnegie Training India

Sanjay Jha is the Executive Director of the world-famous Dale Carnegie Training operations in India, which has a global experience of having worked with over 400 of the Top Fortune 500 companies. In India, Dale Carnegie has worked with over 3000 corporate firms, multinational companies, public sector, government and NGOs and trained more than 200,000 Dale Carnegie graduates in the last ten years. His area of professional interest and management science specialization includes leadership development, change management, corporate culture and ethics, business strategy and emotional intelligence. Sanjay is a Motivational speaker, an Executive Coach and Mentor who has advised top management, including CEO’s as well as senior political leaders.

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Sanjay has often received an overwhelming feedback and recognition for his high-quality training and leadership talk. He is one of the senior leaders in the worldwide Dale Carnegie Training network, and has addressed global audiences in New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Chicago, Singapore, Bermuda, Taiwan, Mexico and Toronto. Jha has addressed managers and leaders at ICICI Pru, TEDx, IBM, Axis Bank, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Oracle, British Gas, Brookings, Dainik Bhaskar, Crompton Greaves, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Bajaj Electricals, SHRM, Standard Chartered, Tata Motors, CII, IMC, Venture Capital Association, NHRD, Apple, Bharat Petroleum, Citibank, Mahindra & Mahindra etc. He has conducted several corporate programs focused on executive development, advised companies on corporate image management, done executive coaching and consulted with companies. He has also addressed business schools, industry conferences and knowledge symposiums, and has also been engaged frequently as a strategic consultant/ advisor on training to a leading political party. Mr. Jha is also the National Spokesperson of the Indian National Congress Party.

He has made several contributions to mainline news and business dailies and magazines such as Business Standard, Indian Express, Financial Express, Hindustan Times, Mid-Day, Tehelka, Rediff.com and The Huffington Post, and appears regularly to air his views on print and electronic media. He is one of India’s top influencers on social media.

He has founded one of the world’s leading internet portals called CricketNext.Com which was ranked once amongst Alexa Top 1000 sites globally, and is now part of the Network 18 media Group.

Prior to starting Dale Carnegie, Sanjay was instrumental in setting up the private sector mutual fund industry in India, having worked as a Senior Vice President with ITC Threadneedle Asset Management ( part of BAT plc, UK) and as a Vice President , Alliance Capital ( New York, USA).  His career in banking included stints with both Bank of America and ANZ Grindlays Bank where he worked in NRI marketing and operation services, product-technology training, retail banking and branch management. He started his career in sales with Bharat Petroleum.

Jha completed his MBA from XLRI, Jamshedpur and his Master’s in Economics from Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, University of Pune. He graduated with distinction in Economics from Fergusson College, Pune.

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Sanjay has also written a cricket anthology titled 11—Triumphs, Trials and Turbulence in Indian cricket, two cricket quiz books and published his first collection of poems.  Jha has recently authored a book on leadership called The Superstar Syndrome (The Making Of A Champion), co-authored with Dr. Myra White, who is a Professor at the Harvard Medical School. This book was launched in August 2013 and featured in the Crossword Bestseller list.


SPEAKERSHIP SERIES : THE MOTIVATION MANTRA

TALK DURATION ( Variable) but normally: 1 hr 30 minutes

Q & A:  30 minutes

When the chips are down, self-confidence hits a bottomless pit. Despondency sets in, as customers appear hard to negotiate, colleagues seem to be insufferable, the team does not rally enough, and the big boss is hopping mad. The cookie has apparently crumbled. In these circumstances, nothing helps more than a positive pep-talk. Motivation is also equally important when we are on a roll, and everything we touch turns to gold, a la Midas. At these times, we can become arrogant, over-confident or complacent without even realizing it. We then tend to often believe that good times last forever, when in fact, we should know that everything is transitory. Ever heard of a business cycle?

Sanjay Jha is a motivational speaker who can address audiences in any category on multiple subjects such as:

Leadership: Setting the Pace

Leadership: when the seas get rough

Leadership: The Shepherd Principle

In the Digital Age, Why Human relationships matter even more

Team Building

Corporate Culture

Crisis Management

The power of Motivation

Discovering Yourself

Fighting the Fear Factor

Nice Guys Finish First

The World has changed; have you?

Communication: The basics matter

The Fine Art of Negotiation

Innovation: Why it Succeeds, and Why it Fails

Business Strategy Vs Corporate Culture

Stress and the Burn-Out Syndrome

Learning from the President’s

What Sports Champions Tell Us

COMMERCIALS: ( Available on Request) ‘

FOR BOOKING and ENQUIRIES, E-mail at  SanjayJhaSpeakership@gmail.com

2 comments

  • Dear Sir,

    I Must Be Bothering You… But Cant Help It, All Fired Up To Make It Big In Training & Public Speaking Industry. Need Guidance MargDarshan…

  • Dear Sir

    right now i am working in a news channel as an anchor. i am in public dealing. i just want to know that is it possible for me to be corporate motivator.

    waiting for ur reply
    thanx

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