Indian businesses fear the second wave of the COVID pandemic could set back the gains made by the Indian economy in the last two quarters following the ending of the lockdown measures imposed during 2020. Considering that the impact of first wave was already in a negative way, businesses are worried about what the economy would look like in a few years going forward. At the moment we are in a receding COVID tide but the arrival of the third wave cannot be ruled out. Businesses are looking at what the Government does to bring the healthcare crisis under control.
So what are the challenges of leading through these difficult times? What has changed and what is set to change? How do businesses manage their employees, and keep them engaged and productive? To discuss these and other leadership challenges we have invited Mr. Vivek Yadav, Business Head and SVP, Havells India Ltd to our Leadership Studio today.
Business Head & Sr VP at Havells Ltd.
Vivek is an Industry veteran with over 31 years of experience in Electrical and Automation. Having worked in all domains from Residential and Commercial Buildings to Industries and Infrastructure, he has extensive experience in products and solutions from Circuit protections in Low Voltage and Medium Voltage to Automation in Industries and Homes. He has worked extensively on Go-to-market strategies, both in B2B and B2C space. He is also credited for establishing businesses and functions from scratch in his illustrious career spanning three decades.
He is currently heading Havells domestic circuit protection, Electrical wiring accessories and Home Automation business. He also heads the Projects and Enterprise Business which cuts across all business verticals in Havells.
Vivek is an Electrical Engineer with a PG in Management and Systems from IIT Delhi.
YSM | Director - Amity Institute of Training & Development
Commissioned into Indian Army in 1971, Rajesh went straight into battle as a young officer during Indo-Pak War of 1971 in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). He participated in counter-insurgency operations in Nagaland, Manipur and Punjab. He commanded a Brigade along the Line of Control in Kashmir in the aftermath of Kargil Conflict of 1999. He was awarded YudhSewa Medal for his leadership in battle by the President of India in January 2004. ‘He held senior faculty positions at Infantry School, Mhow and Defense Service Staff College, Wellington. He has been into corporate learning and development since 2006.
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