Monthly Archives: July 2013

Why do we end up shooting in the dark? by Preethi Rao

A problem that many of us training professionals struggle with – is how to ensure that the training program we conduct actually makes a difference. The sequence of events that usually unfolds is – We receive the training need from … Continue reading

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You can lead a horse to the water but you cannot make him enjoy the view

“How can you assure us that every participant will be engaged in your workshop?” was asking a client recently. “I can’t assure you of that, I am afraid. My role is to create the conditions for each style of learner … Continue reading

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Common Challenges of Expats Relocating to India – Part 3: Time Management

The single most difficult thing that most expats living and working in India have shared with me, is the difficulty to adapt to the (in)famous Indian Stretchable Time..and that’s normal. There are 2 major ways of perceiving time: the linear … Continue reading

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