Pegasus Academy & Consulting; Unlocking One's Utmost Potential through Experiential Learning

Capt. S Ravi, MD,   Of late, the corporate world is pretty akin to armed forces with its best leaders and managers battling for the company’s growth from dawn to dusk. However, cherry-picking such a lot of highly fueled individuals and retaining their spirit is a hard nut to crack and evidently the biggest obstacle in the corporate trajectory. Voyaged with the idea of transferring management technologies from evolved systems like Armed forces to budding systems such as corporate, Pegasus Academy & Consulting (PAC)was ensconced in 1997 under the aegis of Capt.S.Ravi(MD) and K.R.Prabhu (Director) as an experiential learning hub that aided individual/organizations realize their full potential by processing human behavior. Enhancing the academy’s ethos by extending equity and fairness to all its stakeholders, PAC further expanded its offerings apace with the market needs like Development Centres, Extended LDP’s, Coaching, OD, and so forth.

Exploring Abilities
"We take every engagement with our client as a new challenge and their articulated needs form the foundation of our program designs,"avows Capt.Ravi, delineating PAC’s endeavors in validating its program design by interacting with a set of sample participants whom it revers as its key
stakeholders. The vital interaction either authenticates the sponsors’ stated expectations or recommends fresh needs, and the program’s outcome is followed-up at least twice at regular intervals(45 day typically). In most of its programs, the academy has delivered a minimum of Level 3 impact of behavioral changes, some of which were measured to highlight the monetary impact on ROI. Besides, it enjoys co-creating the design of its engagement in an innovative and futuristic way and proactively collaborates with individuals &institutions to ensure client’s success at reasonable rates.

In most of its programs, the academy has delivered a minimum of Level 3 impact of behavioral changes, some of which were measured to highlight the monetary impact on ROI

Under corporate outbound training, the academy trains its clients to sharpen their personal effectiveness(helping people internalize their individual strengths), team effectiveness (building high-performance teams), leadership effectiveness (focusing on leadership attributes),as well as organizational effectiveness (helping the organization to develop a shared vision).

The facilitator gives feedback based on the observation made during activities and the facilitation is always non-judgmental & non-prescriptive, leaving it to the participants to reflect on their behaviors and decide the action to be taken. Further, the sessions are either episodic (short duration)or progressive(extended period of
6-15 months) or a blend of both. The academy also has Learning Management System software to track, guide and coach participants along with other robust systems & processes that constantly evaluate the facilitator engagement and delivery levels.

K.R.Prabhu, Director

Learning from Leaders
‘Different strokes for different folks’ is what PAC practices to empathize with its participants wherein it speaks in their regional languages. A faculty team with diverse experience,encompassing defense personnel, scientists, trainers, HR, academicians, corporate, and BFSI instilled with sense of curiosity and inquisitiveness, is the backbone of the academy, whom it coaches through initiatives like Learning for Development, KM & Learning Management System and a 'Cliniquing' process. Further, the academy prides itself in serving a clientele cutting across the sectors MNCS, PSUs, Govt. Bodies and NGOs.

Currently working with scientists and academicians from Denmark, France, Singapore, and India, PAC has formed a consortium to partner, research, and develop a whole set of solutions.“In the emerging world of Analytics and Machine Learning, we are poised to concoct value proposition, learning & development models, and organizational development models for not just the corporate but the social ecosystem as well,” concludes the trio.