Learning & Development (37)
Are you coming for the PRIVATE SCREENING on 14th (Wed.)? Hi… I have booked a THEATRE, exclusively for our members and customers. On Wednesday, 14th March, I am hosting an ELITE (Invite-ONLY) networking breakfast followed by a PRIVATE SCREENING of “FILL Your Seminars and Events Framework” Masterclass, along with launch of ELA (what is this?… you will know and LOVE it :-) The framework has 5 strategies for getting more people to your events and 5 techniques to make each one of those strategies work for you to get as many people as you want to your own events (that’s 25 ideas!). The theatre has only 85 seats. So, register your name and if you are on-time, you will receive your invitation to participate. There’s no fee. This is a sponsored session, but entry by invitation only. Register and await your invitation here: https://t.globallinker.com/4Knx6
8 Mar 2018, 18:39
Is that really fine with you, when your child has not achieved milestones or skipped milestones ? Kindly check our website www.wecarewebridge.com and our informative facebook page Child Development www.facebook.com/wecarewebridge. We provide online Development screening for children from the age group of 0 to 5 years 6 months. We screen them for five development domains of Gross motor, fine motor, Cognition, Speech and Language, Social and Behavioral Skills. We also screen them for Autism Spectrum Disorder.
13 Feb 2018, 12:53
Transformational Communication program taking place in New Delhi on 22nd September. The program will boost Healthy Relationships in your professional and personal life by helping you to communicate effectively. The workshop brings great value to the following: • Leaders and Managers • Sales Professionals • Where strong negotiation skills are required • Those who wants to convert their potential into performance
21 Sep 2017, 16:00
Transformational Communication program taking place in New Delhi on 22nd September. The program will boost Healthy Relationships in ones professional and personal life by helping to communicate effectively. You will also see increased productivity in the Organisation by investing just one day of your life. The workshop brings great value to the following: Leaders and Managers Sales Professionals Where strong negotiation skills are required Those who wants to convert their potential into performance
15 Sep 2017, 12:09
Putting the H back in HR Sports has a large role to play in the overall development of a person. Whether it is physical fitness which brings stamina or the ability to focus on a goal, the drive to win or working with others, sports is a low cost investment in holistic self-development. Regular practise inculcates discipline and channelizes energy productively. Encouraging employees to play a sport either together or an individual sport ensures that do not waste their time in fruitless gossip. There are many ways of getting employees organized – by creating an in-house sports club which employees can be encouraged to join. Alternatively the organization can take membership of a club and offer the club facilities to employees. HR may have to take an active role initially to get tournaments started and facilitate the formation of teams, set practise timings and make provision of transport arrangements, till the teams start driving the momentum. HR may also have to get involved by making regular visits, sharing player’s achievements, to show support and ensure that the time is being used to play sport only. When employees come together to play and participate in tournaments as a team, they learn to work across departmental barriers to win as a team, learn to obey rules, respect others for their performance and take risks. The playing field tests their decision making and coaching skills, thus preparing them for leadership roles. While it is not necessary that a good player will go on to become a great leader in the organization, there can be no doubt that players get a lot of visibility in the organization, spread positive energy and work well with others across cultural barriers. Playing it is not the same as watching it
14 Sep 2017, 17:44
Success is a journey, not a place. It takes consistent hard work, and an unshaken belief in your values. One such inspiring journey is that of Warren Buffet. From a kid with hobbies and interests that revolved around numbers to getting his first lesson selling packs of chewing gum at the age of six; how all these events played a role in making him the world’s most influential person, a person revered as much for his knowledge of how to make money and more so how to make it and use it with integrity. Named the world’s wealthiest person (2008) here are a few nuggets from his book “The Snowball” (written by Alice Shroeder), lessons perhaps we can use in our own journey: 1. Even a boring and repetitive job can be turned interesting by getting into competition with oneself, driving oneself by raising the bar every day. 2. Intensity is the price of excellence. And intensity comes only with obsession. Excellence does not come overnight. It is laid one brick at a time. 3. “Always” he says “Always” ………have confidence in yourself……. Confidence in the power of your business model and have confidence in using it. This confidence comes only from mastering your subject, one concept at a time. 4. Winners have a magpie obsession with minute details and a streak of competitiveness. 5. Each day one has to invest in oneself, learning and trying out what we learn. Cumulative knowledge is what lays the foundation. 6. “You’re going to get one ball out of there, and that is the most important thing that’s ever going to happen to you in your life.” That ball will determine your gender, race, nationality, natural abilities, and health — whether you are born rich or poor, sick or able-bodied, brilliant or below average, American or Zimbabwean. This ovarian lottery, i.e. the deal that you have got in life is the best chance you have of achieving your dream. Loving who we are and what we do makes the difference! Well have fun and let me know how your experiences shaped your entrepreneurial journey .........
23 Jul 2017, 12:03