Consultivo presenting at ISTD 4th eastern regional conference


24 – 25 March 2017, Kolkata

Consultivo was chosen as one of the startup companies to give presentation about the company at the Indian Society for Training & Development (ISTD) 4th Eastern Regional Conference 2017. At the same conference, the CEO & Chief Mentor of Consultivo, Saikat Basu was one of the speakers on the topic ‘Breakthrough for Business Excellence through Training’.

Indian Society for Training & Development (ISTD) – Kolkata Chapter organised its 4th ISTD Eastern Regional Conference on the theme ‘Re-engineering Training & Development for Improving Bottom Line’ at Kolkata on 24 – 25 March 2017 at the Mini Auditorium, Science City. Around 300 HR Professionals, Academicians, Line Managers, Trainers, Entrepreneurs, NGOs, B-School Students and professionals in different fields of business/industry participated in this regional conference. This event saw presence from the Government of West Bengal by Mr Partha Chatterjee, MIC, Departments of Higher Education and Mr Moloy Ghatak, MIC Department of Labour.

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Consultivo team presented a 15 minutes presentation on its organisation, its services and the organisation culture which happened to be one of the most appreciated presentations of the evening.

The conference had interesting discussions on topics like ‘Training young Minds for Start-Ups & Entrepreneurship’, ‘Leading High Performing Organisations’, ‘Innovative HR Strategies for Attracting, Shaping and Retaining Talent’, ‘The HR Challenges of Building a World Class Enterprise’ and various other topics.

CEO & Chief Mentor of Consultivo, Saikat Basu was one of the speakers on ‘Breakthrough for Business Excellence through Training’. This session saw participation by other speakers like, Mr M.K. Barman, E.D, IISCO Steel Plant (SAIL), Dr. S. K. SinghRegional Vice President (East) Tata Steel Ltd, Dr. Prem Saran, IAS (Retd) and Mr Rahul Bose, IBM.

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