I am an Organizational Development professional based in Bangalore, India. I blog about my learning from my past experience in the corporate world and some reflections coming out of discussions I engage in with some of my friends, colleagues, clients and participants from around the world.
- 5 Reasons Why We Shouldn’t Bury Instructor Led Training Yet December 12, 2013
- To Be or Not to Be…Reachable December 9, 2013
- The Single Most Important Thing HR Must Get Right November 21, 2013
- Assertiveness continued – Saying NO October 31, 2013
- Assertiveness Across Cultures October 8, 2013
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Monthly Archives: March 2013
I was, once again, reading an article titled: “There is no I in team”, and feeling slightly irritated. How can individual needs and style not be taken seriously to establish high performance teams? Despite what some – a lot – … Continue reading
“I am the client, you should do what I tell you to do!” I think all service providers have heard this before, and most have complied. The client is king, right? Wrong. To be effective, the client-provider relationship is a … Continue reading
From the Deccan Herald. Article by Tini Sara Anien Guillaume Gevrey came to Bangalore 13 years ago and his wife, Amelie, has been here in the country for a decade. The couple, who hail from France, has established deep connections … Continue reading
And Now for Something Completely Different.
Becoming interculturally competent is a developmental process. No one is born interculturally competent and people don’t build this competence just because they live in a multicultural environment. The Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS) was first defined by Dr. Milton … Continue reading
I have been lucky to be involved in delivering virtual classrooms for the past 6 years. To be honest, I was not really convinced that this could be effective…until I started facilitating them. With over 200 virtual sessions delivered on … Continue reading
I have finally found the time to read Abhijit Bhaduri’s “Don’t Hire the Best”. Since I am responsible for recruitment in C2C but never been formally trained to recruit, I always look forward to getting new insights. The title already … Continue reading