W I S H Y O U A L L A V E R Y H A P P Y N E W Y E A R ! !
KNOWLEDGE BEANS a human resource newsletter issue no 42 | jan 2012
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
OUTBOUNDTRAININGS - ANEMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE Niket Karajagi gives insights
OUTBOUNDPROGRAMMES - PLAYSCHOOL FORTHE CORPORATE Neha Kamat elaborates on the programmes
OUTBOUNDTRAININGS - ATHRILLINGVOYAGE DishaHalaniopinesabout thisvoyage
OUTBOUNDTRAININGS - AN ENJOYABLEROADTOWARDS
WORKANDLEARNING! Aratrika Samanta refines
“There is only one thing constant in life. And that is Change.”With the daily routine of going to office and working on the assignments, it brings a mundane atmosphere in the life of an individual. To help the individual work more efficiently and effectively, enhancement of knowledge, training, interaction with others is really important. An outbound training works as a key to this situation. Effective experiential training not only helps individuals develop their skills and knowledge but also acts as a tool for building self confidence, motivation, team spirit, togetherness, better understanding, conducive workplace which in turn leads to the organizations success.
Disha Halani, MBA (Finance) and Certified Company Secretary from Institute of Company Secretaries of India is working as a Company Secretary (Compliance Officer) and finance co-coordinator at PMC-Sierra India Pvt. Ltd. She is actively involved in conducting ICSI study circlemeetings for sharing knowledge on different topics based on corporate compliance and conducting seminars within the CS circle. OUTBOUNDTRAININGS -ATHRILLINGVOYAGE ODCONNOISSEUR’SORATE
Organizations look to foster the hidden potential, personality traits and team spirit when they send out individuals from varied roles and departments to experiential learning. Members learn to involve in personal relations with their team mates and across functional groups. Many managers might be good at getting their work done effectively and on time. But it might be at the cost of pressurizing their team members. In such situations, managers can be provided outbound trainings and role changes. This would sharpen and fine tune their behavioural skills and qualities.
Deeksha Jawa, Head – Project Management, Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, is a post graduate inManagementHRandGreenBelt inSixSigmawithabackground inPsychology.She is also a DISC certified behaviour analyst with a passion for behavioural sciences and combines herknowledgeofpsychometrictestingwithhermanagementexpertisetomanageprojectsend to end. She is currently pursuing post graduate diploma course in Instructional Designing to be able to design & develop workshops in order tomeet the changing needs of businesses. THE EDITOR’S COLUMN Deeksha Jawa
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In today's corporateworld, the need of the hour is for clever thinking, instant action and effective people skills - qualities that are more effectively developed outside the four walls of classroom training. Outdoor training is not just having fun. The whole experience influences one's behaviour and attitude towards the organiza- tion. A few learn how to cope up with others, while others learn to believe in their colleagues. In our current issue we emphasize on how in an informal environment, amidst the nature, people become more insightful and sincere, paving theway for a complete and effective learning process.
Ankita Velankar – Trainee Consultant - Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, has completed her Masters in Business Administration and has majored in Human Resource Management. Her wonderful interpersonal skills help her in creating quality relations and enhance her learnings in the field of training and development. She is highly passionate about learning languages, teaching and dancing. NOTES FROM SUB-EDITOR Ankita Velankar
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