Leaders from Polaris, Ramco, Cognizant, Sify, to speak @ siliconindia Leadership Summit in Chennai
To be held at The Park Hotel, Anna Salai in Chennai the Summit is designed for CEOs and senior executives of technology companies. This is a platform for evoking thought leadership in a global business environment. The Summit is seen as an ideal platform for today's eminent leaders to meet and inspire the leaders of tomorrow.
The siliconindia Leadership Summit is an opportunity for technology leaders to get a true insider's look at what's new today, and what's coming over the next 12-18 months. It's an exclusive preview of how companies will change the way other companies do business.
There would be panel discussions on subjects such as Great Leaders take Risk; Managing the Most Talented; and How Successful Leaders Think. Leaders will share their personal pathways that helped them achieve professional successes. They will also share their views on making the next wave of business technology even better.
Some of the speakers at the event who will be sharing their perspectives on leadership will include Prashant Sankaran, CEO, Blueshift; Gowri Shankar Subramanian, CEO, Aspire Systems; Moorthi Chokkanathan, Head - India and Mexico, Delivery and Operations, Hexaware Technologies; Sukumar Rajagopal, Senior Vice-President and Chief Knowledge Officer, Cognizant; David Appasamy, Chief Communication Officer, Sify; Gopal 'GD' Shrikanth, India's 1st Columbia Certified Executive Coach; Chandra Prabhakar, Vice President - OnDemand Solutions, Ramco; Suresh Veluchamy, cofounder & CTO, Einksoft.com MG Raghuraman, Head, Business Operations (Chief Operations Officer), MphasiS, An EDS Company; Somasajeevan T K, EVP & Global Head - Talent & Change, Polaris. This is a closed-door Summit, which allows for free exchange of idea's and experiences among the attendees.
Entry is by invite only. Those who would like to avail guest passes can mail their name, designation, company and phone number to email@example.com
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