"If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with success unexpected in common hours" - Henry David Thoreau |
Leadership is an acquired quality. Training builds high morale in an employee by developing positive attitude, job satisfaction, enhanced earnings, job security. Training leads to optimum use of resources and zero waste which increases productivity and helps to minimize cost of operations per unit. It also leads to economic use of materials and machinery.
Management Training helps in crisis Management and highlights ways which can enable a corporation to reach greater heights. Training develops self reliant and well motivated employees, they need less guidance and control therefore burden on supervisors is reduced. By adopting right work methods and making use of prescribed safety devices employees reduce accident rate. It also enables effective communication and dealings with both customers and employees.
The IndianOil Institute of Petroleum Management, the 'Temple of Learning', as we call it, is a centre of excellence for nurturing future leadership, situated on the outskirts of New Delhi. It conducts advanced management education programmes in collaboration with premier business schools and top line professionals.
To ensure that every employee is working with the same corporate vision and goals in order to be successful in the Corporation, Various orientation programs for new employees are held at IiPM. Orientation provides an opportunity for new employees to become acclimated to their new company, department, colleagues and work expectations.
IndianOil operates 18 training centres across the country for up-skilling, re-skilling and multi-skilling of employees in its pursuit of corporate excellence.
IndianOil has been serving as a source of technical support and expertise to petroleum companies of carious countries across the globe. Some of these countries, which have partnered for excellence, include Sri Lanka, Kuwait, Bahrain Iraq, Abu Dhabi, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Algeria, Nigeria, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Malaysia and Zambia.