July 31, 2018

From Lawyer to Facilitator

For a while after graduating from law college, I felt completely at a loss about what I was supposed to do next. I had no idea what career path I wanted, or […]
February 14, 2015
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Snow White Never has a Bad Day !

Imagine this: After years of planning & promises – you finally manage to take your family to the nearest Disney World, which is in HongKong. The children are besides themselves in excitement. […]
June 30, 2013
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3 Attitudes for a Facilitator

My visiting card says that I am a Facilitator. It often gets people screwing their eyes, looking at my card quite intensely – running a hand around their chin in contemplation, and […]
February 9, 2012
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Training Vs. Facilitation – Two Different Worlds

Its not easy being a Trainer. The challenges are multiple: • Many people often don’t know that they don’t know (Unconscious Incompetence) • Few people know they don’t know (Conscious Incompetence) – […]
November 3, 2011
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Facilitating in Vernacular

Of late, we have had an increasing trend of clients requesting for Team building sessions to be conducted in Hindi or that interesting mix of English & Hindi, popularly referred to as […]
August 28, 2011
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Lessons from the MouseTrap

Conversations – especially in a team scenario can often be like an Adventure. We know for sure where we are starting from, but like rivulets that find their own path as they […]
April 15, 2011
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Kicking Off Your Team Building Program

“Well begun is half done” – so goes a tried and tested saying. When it comes to conducting Team building programs that is one piece of advice you would do well to […]