A celebration of being life-long learners

Three days of exciting sessions, varied perspectives and a celebration of continuous self-learning. This was what the Mahindra Learning Festival was all about, which made its successful debut in the ‘vidigital’ mode.

Employees attended virtual sessions by internal speakers  — Group Executive Board members who shared their experiences and led the learning agenda from the front — as well as external speakers from Amazon Web Services, Google, Microsoft and McKinsey. From CXOs to individual contributors across sectors, learners participated in curated sessions that introduced them to frameworks they could apply in their daily lives. Employees also completed activities on Harvard ManageMentor® (HMM) Spark™, the micro-content library, which offers high-quality content on a number of topics to develop skills of interest.

The resounding success of the Mahindra Learning Festival is a testament to the culture of continuous learning within Group companies. As Dr Anish Shah, MD & CEO, Mahindra Group, says, “Change and growth are associated with learning more deeply than we give them credit for. Learning is extremely important to me personally, and I believe that it goes hand in hand with leadership.”

If you missed any of the sessions, you can access the videos here:




Here is a quick look at what the Mahindra Learning Festival was all about.

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