Corporate Training....

Siddhis Career Development Center has a successful history in corporate training and currently doing the same 
for reputed organizations. We have compiled a best practice guide to our training process. Using the process 
developed we can help you train and retain highly talented people when you want them to get the best to 
your organization productivity. 

We have customized practical programs and content is relevant, we provide powerful, real-world solutions. 
Our trainers are from corporate background which helps to synchronize your organizational culture. 
Our unique process and techniques of each program is customized based on the objectives and goals 
you tell us are important to you.

Siddhis Career Development Center specializes in making fresh talent “ready-to-deploy”. 
Our mix of scientific design and industry experts coupled with the use of cutting-edge technology 
make sure that the fresh students make a smooth transition to industry ready resources. 

We offer complete solutions around hiring and training of fresh talent.

Corporate Values

Our Corporate Values and principles also support us on our journey to corporate growth.

At Siddhis Career Development Center, we're committed to achieving our mission. This requires 
great people who are bright, creative and energetic, and who share the following values:

1) Trust: "Trust is hard to earn and never returns once we lose it”

       Trust is the most powerful tool which is gained over a period of time through actions.
       Trust implies a willingness to empower employees and teams and to allow managers to experience the effects 
         of their initiatives and decision. 
       It also implies an open mind and genuine transparency in the flow of information.
       We should be honest, trustworthy, candid and straightforward in both personal and business dealings.
       Similarly as a policy we should communicate facts about our capabilities, policies and people accurately 
         and responsibly.
       Trust forms the foundation for effective communication, employee retention, employee motivation and 
         contribution of discretionary energy, the extra effort people voluntarily invest in work.

2) Integrity: "Integrity is doing the right thing, even if nobody is watching”-Jim Stovell

       Integrity means what we do, what we say and what we say we do is right the first time and every time. 
       This is the bedrock principle of behavior.
       Be straight forward and honest in professional or personal relationships.
       Even in the fiercest competitive situation never talk ill of the company or of customers.
       Importance
         Demonstrating integrity in the workplace shows completeness and soundness of the organization’s character.

3) Leadership

         I. Innovation: “To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating 
                                                oneself endlessly” - Henri L Bergson

       Innovation is the key element in providing aggressive top-line growth, and for increasing bottom-line results.
       Steps in Innovation Management
               ♦  Idea Generation
               ♦  Opportunity Recognition stage (Idea Evaluation stage
			   
         II. Leadership - Decision Making:
		             It doesn't matter which side of the fence you get off on sometimes. 
                                What matters most is getting off. You cannot make progress without making decisions 
               We believe that we should inculcate the practice of timely decision making, complemented with the
               use of the “six hats thinking” process or the popular parallel thinking to ensure all our decisions 
               are effective and in line with our value system.

         III. Leadership-Ownership & Accountability:
		 
        We should be responsible for our own behavior and the decisions we make.
        We are accountable to the needs of our customers (internal/external), and partners and take our 
          commitments to them seriously.
        We should be driven by a sense of ownership rather than by intimidation.
        We are not troubled by the idea of failure .
	 
      IV. Leadership-Winning Attitude:
                  “If you can't change your fate, change your attitude.”, Amy Tan 	
        Winning attitude is a blend of confidence and positive attitude. Confidence is built from past successes 
          and a strong understanding of one’s self. Success is defined here as “taking a positive lesson from a 
          given circumstance”. 
        Your mind is like a garden, whatever you plant, it will return back to you. 
        The difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is the way they think.
        It nurtures the excitement of limitless possibility, urging us to plan, to work and ultimately to 
          believe in ourselves
		  
4) Team Work: “The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual.”

       Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. It is the ability to direct individual 
         accomplishments toward organizational objectives. 
       It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
       We believe that there exists six C’s in an effective team
                  ♦  Clear Expectations 
                  ♦  Commitment
                  ♦  Competence 
                  ♦  Charter
                  ♦  Communication 
                  ♦  Celebrating
	
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