ISME is committed to create work-ready graduates for India and prepare the Gen Z for their careers and match them to jobs of the future, and our partnership with Talerang - a unique, experiential model researched as a project at Harvard Business School stands as a catalyst in our endeavors with a unique experiential learning pedagogy.
Through this selective and transformative 60-hour leadership and work-readiness program, ISME aims at developing the eminent entry-level talent and training them in the areas of self-awareness, enhancement of communication skills, boosting confidence amidst the young leaders with effective resume and interviewing techniques, introspecting life vision, time management and evolving a creative approach to problem solving.
Experiential: At ISME, learning is experiential. The curriculum has been modeled on a course at Harvard Business School called Authentic Leadership Development with the support of Harvard’s Social Enterprise Initiative and HBS faculty.
Experiential implies that the future entrepreneurs will primarily learn from each other, with the facilitator present to guide the discussion using the case study method amongst the other valuable practice learning tools that result in the highest degree of absorption. The program doesn’t include any lectures.
Pre-work and home-work component: Students will need to prepare for the session by submitting relevant material and reading content which will result in maximum productive utilization of class time. Additionally, the session will be followed by a reflection.
Individual attention and feedback: Each and every student will be given individual attention, ensuring relevant individual feedback and mentoring.