Consensus India to Open in Hyderabad
September 24, 2016 (New York, NY) … Consensus has announced plans to expand into India. Consensus India will offer the firm’s flagship professional skills workshops, Maximizing Value through Collaborative Negotiation and Having Challenging Conversations, both in English and in German.
“We are proud to be expanding our geographic footprint to include India,” says Consensus managing partner Michael Rosenthal. “In so doing, we are making our Talent Development services more accessible to existing clients with India footprints. Our firm has a history of working with some of India’s leading companies, as well as with global organizations that maintain offices within India. Accordingly, this presents a wonderful opportunity for our clients to access our training while containing costs relating to travel.”
Consensus India will be based out of Hyderabad, and will be led by Nayana Chekka. A seasoned professional with more than twenty years of Talent Development experience, Ms. Chekka most recently Head of Leadership Excellence at HCL Technologies. Previously, she ran professional skills development for Infosys.
“Nayana is a perfect fit,” adds Rosenthal. “Her extensive experience and commitment to excellence are in line with the high standards we have maintained for twenty-three years.”
Consensus India is expected to begin operations during the first quarter of 2017.
For more information, please contact Michael Rosenthal at:
Consensus (Global Headquarters)
1501 Broadway Suite 1200
New York, NY 10036
Consensus is a global leader in negotiation and conflict resolution services. In addition to helping clients negotiate and resolve acute challenges in both the private and public sectors, Consensus delivers customized negotiation workshops, challenging conversations workshops, and other leadership training. Based in Times Square with regional offices throughout the world, the firm works with leading organizations across most industries, including the Fortune 500 and global professional services firms including the Big Four.