Lasting Impressions

There are facilitators and facilitators. Not just the ones that have gone on a podium and facilitated a

SHRM India Annual Conference 2016 ( Part 2) #SHRMI16

This post is a summary of DAY Two of SHRM India’s Annual Conference 2016 ( #SHRM16 ). Day

SHRM India- Annual Conference & Expo (Part 1) #SHRMI16

It was two days of intense conversation, content and of course a whole lot of fun. SHRM India‘s Annual Conference and Exposition ( #SHRM16 ) was filled with it all. While going to the conference I had written about what I sought to get from a conference. I did get far more than that. To

Making the most of conferences. #SHRMI16

The printed out boarding passes to Delhi flutter from the corner of the table. What is the point,

Strategy. Alive and real!

The topic of building strategy that is alive and real, that is not an indulgent document that is

Future gazing

The few days spent in Washington DC attending the annual conference of the World Future Society was quite

What does a coach really do?

The Indian cricket team’s dressing room sports a new head coach: Anil Kumble. The Indian head coach’s job

New realities for the future

Some spring cleaning lead to this post. Yes. Out stumbled an old Nokia E 61i. It was a prized possession a few years ago. It was in colour and had a fantastic QWERTY keyboard. Those were the pre-iPhone days. There were no apps nor was there Whatsapp. Life was good! Frankly, the dead device rekindled

Growing New Wings

I write this sitting in an airport. Its been a busy time. For the mind, the body and the calendar. My flight is ‘delayed due to operational reasons’ I am told with an honour laden tone and a straight face. So, I sit here in the airport trying to pluck words off the keyboard. This

SingularityU’s India Summit

Lee Sedol is a name that I wont forget in a hurry. For he carried the weight of

Deep work & distractions

To be a champion is easy. The best of champions make it appear easy, that is. That perhaps

Notes for 2016

Imperatives are best made after the euphoria of the moment dies down. Well, 2016 is upon us and of course, the celebrations are past their prime. It is left to the arrival of the odd greeting card, to remind us that the year is new. Resolutions have always been a bit more than distant for

New Horizons & fresh hopes

So, 2015 rushes hurtles towards its end, with the unmistakable charm that every ‘end of a year’ proffers, I wonder what stood out for you. There is a bouquet of aspects that caught my attention. Here is one such. The education system that Finland is putting in place is quite something indeed.  The fact that

One of a kind

Facilitation. Now, that’s a much abused word. There was a time when anybody with a PowerPoint deck, platform and a set of participants came to think of themselves as great trainers. Gradually, as ‘training’ in itself became less ‘cool’ and perhaps as a need to distinguish themselves from others who had gotten on to the