I was a toddler when my parents used to take me to ‘Dinga Pull’, a local pond, near my home town of Sultanpur Lodhi in Kapurthala District. The pond was full, of a number of local as well as migratory birds like cranes, black winged stilts, herons and geese etc. Those were the days when
Ali Baba and his elder brother Qasim are the sons of a merchant. After their father’s death, the greedy Qasim marries a wealthy woman and becomes well-to-do, building on their father’s business. Ali Baba marries a poor woman and settles into the trade of a woodcutter. *One day, Ali Baba is at work collecting and cutting
I my last post on ‘The Art of Co-Facilitation’ I talked about Co-Facilitation, its types, advantages and potential disadvantages. In this post I’ll share some tips for an awesome Co-Facilitation. A co-facilitation program is very different than conducting a solo program as a lot of planning and
I have been a trainer and facilitator for last 11+ years and have conducted a number of training programs successfully. Recently I got an opportunity to co-facilitate a Leadership training program with my colleague Mr. Kunal Chakrabarti wherein he was the lead trainer and I was second in command. This was my first ever
In order to survive and cope up with new challenges in the market place, at some point in its life time, almost every business goes through a very tedious task of change under various names like restructuring, rightsizing, reengineering, turnarounds etc. History shows
Business Ownership is a looked upon personality trait for leaders, team builders and those who are managing people as a resource. Taking ownership about things is a human trait. But taking ownership of situations, circumstances and people doesn’t comes easy. A number of business managers complaint about the lack of ownership among the team members.
It was around 7:40 pm when my wife told me about demise of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. I thought she must have seen the picture circulating on various social media wherein Jharkahnd Education Minister paid floral tribute to Dr. Kalam thinking he’s no more and I ignored the news. I was having dinner when I
There’s one common trait found in all successful people world over- they all are early risers and they start their day when most of others are still sleeping in their beds. Rising early is amongst the most important lessons I learnt from my parents (Click here to read). We are living in an era where
For a project management company it’s very important to meet the timelines and complete the project in the stipulated time. If the timelines are not met the company may face severe consequences and to avoid any financial loss many projects managers start work in fire fighting mode and often compromise the quality of the work.
There is so much of cut throat competition these days that many business houses operate on such small margins that even a small miscalculation or a bad decision can derail the company and it becomes very difficult task for the management to revive the company and put it back on the right track. Following are