Tanvi Dalal has been identified as an emerging / future leader at Mirus Australia and was invited to participate in the Mirus Emerging Leaders Program.
This program has been designed to nurture leadership capabilities, provide education and career development opportunities, and assist team members in becoming the best leader they can possibly be!
The program includes: Module 1 – Understanding the Self Module 2 – Influencing Others Module 3 – Coaching and Driving Performance
Participants also complete course work in-between sessions including utilising our LinkedIn Learning program or reading specific articles to support our blended learning approach. Participants also complete an online HBDI assessment ** which is the foundation of Module 1
1. What are you hoping to gain from this experience?
From the program I am hoping to better understand my strengths and weaknesses as a leader, understand the skills and qualities of an effective leader, how to develop them and how to be resilient as well as build a resilient team in today’s competitive environment.
2. How is “your world” changing?
My world has completely changed in the last 4 months since I have become a first time mum. Motherhood has taught me patience, empathy, vulnerability, responsibility, next level multi-tasking skills and how to perform well with very little sleep! All skills of which I plan to transfer into my professional life!
3. What tools/process do you use to stay focused when learning something new?
When I am attending a webinar or course, I make sure that those hours are completely dedicated to learning without any distractions. I have a learning diary in which I take notes on everything new that I learn. My partner and I also discuss anything new that we learn which further solidifies the learning.
4. What is your career highlight to date?
** The HBDI® is a powerful psychometric assessment that defines and describes the way you think and process information. It is built on Whole Brain® Thinking, a holistic and complete model for making decisions. This 120-question survey results in a profile of your preferred thinking styles.