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
Let me begin with the fact that I have been a reader in the past and then I was just busy like all of us and then I renewed by friendship with books again. On a serious note, I
Today’s the fourth day of Diwali festival and Hindu’s across the world celebrate this day by performing Govardhan Puja. In this post I’ll share the story of Govardhan Puja and one more story from our Puranas and my take on Govardhan Puja Story 1: Krishna was playing with his friends when he saw villagers of
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.
Have you ever wondered what those little things which make you happy are? Following is list of those little things which make me happy Waking Up Early Without Alarm: You know you have more time to finish things. Cuddling In The Bed: It feels great to cuddle in the bed waiting for the bed tea.
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
Are you Listening? A lot is been said, discussed, trained, argued on listening skills. Be it a debate on television, a healthy discussion with friends, a critical board room meeting or anything – listening holds importance everywhere. If you are listening, you are alert and you are into the game. If you aren’t – you
A week back, while I was working on a leadership module for a level II executive batch of middle management & senior executives, I thought of another story from Indian mythology to back my content. Like I always maintain, stories enable a total recall. Stories not only evoke our brain cells but they also summon
Once there was a Seth (Rich Man). One night the Seth and Sethani (his wife) were standing on the terrace of their house and they saw their neighbor, a Brahmin, playing with his kids and seemed very happy with his kids. While Brahmin was busy playing with his kids, Sethani told the Seth that their