Winny Patro, CEO & Co-founder, Recordent said employees can actually experience what it is like to affect change
HYDERABAD, June 17 (The CONNECT) – Fintech platform Recordent, has introduced the ‘CEO for One Day’ programme for its employees to get the power to make an enduring choice for the company.
The ‘serious fun’, will encourage Recordent employees to get a holistic understanding of the organization and its processes and goals. The employees will also get firsthand experience, and insight into the abilities needed for leadership roles.
Winny Patro, CEO & Co-founder, Recordent said, “So many times, as employees, we think ‘if I was the CEO, I would change this, do that’. We wanted to give our employees a real chance to be able to make a difference to the company. We are committed to nurturing a great workplace culture and through this program, selected candidates will get an opportunity to experience from the bird’s eye view of the company. They can actually experience what it is like to affect change”.
To enroll into the ‘CEO for One Day program’ Recordent employees will be required to attempt a few tests which evaluate their Reasoning, Situational judgement and Personality fit for the role of the CEO.
“We do understand that employees may be apprehensive about taking on management & leadership responsibilities or, perhaps, even uninterested in doing so. However, a program like these benefits both, the individual and the company. It’s very important for employees with immense potential to learn to be a leader”, added Bhasker Shetty, Chief of Staff.
Recordent will select one candidate per month as CEO for One Day.
Recordent is a technology platform helping businesses improve collections by credit profiling their customers with payment data; and reducing risk by providing insights into the payment history of customers. The company is closely working with 50+ SME industry associations and plans to continue establishing meaningful partnerships to add value to the association members in their credit management practices by improving collections and reducing credit risk. Along with FSDA India, Recordent has recently engaged tie-up with Bombay Industries Association and Taloja Industries too.
In November 2021, Recordent has raised $400,000 in angel funding from the Family Office of Kantamaneni & IIM Calcutta Innovation Park and other angel investors from India and the US.