Personal Improvement for Successful Leaders (PISL) Program


Just like (LSEP), Personal Improvement for Successful Leaders (PISL) is also meant for senior leaders and high achievers.

This is more useful for all those participants who have already attended Leadership Stallers Elimination Program (LSEP) for any of the leadership stallers. This program is different from PSEL because each course of PSEL addresses one leadership staller where PISL consists of a 7-step method for personal improvement. PISL can be offered separately or along with LSEP depending upon the requirements of the partners.  

Why you should attend PISL?

This program is based on the premise that the constituent elements of success keep changing with the passage of time. What makes you successful in the beginning becomes irrelevant when you have achieved a certain level of success. Accordingly, you need to take different steps if you want to go beyond one level of success to another.

Who should attend?

This program is meant for all successful leaders and managers (especially senior leaders and top managers) who want to get to the ‘next level of success’ and want to achieve self-accomplishment.

Advantages of the Program


This program has been designed on the basis of the international best training practices of the world renowned leadership gurus. The bestselling resources of these authors and their proven as well as tested methods for personal improvement have been employed in the development of this program. This program is based on the key beliefs of the 21st century successful leaders and the behaviors holding them back. This method can serve as a guide to any successful leader who is near the top of the ladder or waiting close to the ladder to climb upward.

What is included in Personal Improvement for Successful Leaders (PISL) Program?

Personal Improvement for Successful Leaders (PISL) Program offers a step-wise method to make revolutionary improvement in professional career. This course is offered batch-wise to a group of 20-30 participants in the form of a 2-day workshop. The systematic method includes the following steps:

  • Asking for Feedback
  • Apologizing
  • Advertising
  • Listening
  • Thanking
  • Following up
  • Practicing Feedforward