Archive for category Experiential Learning

Are YOU among the Ubuntu people?

A few days back I read the book, “Ubuntu” by Stephen Lundin & Bob Nelson. The key message of the book – for me, resonated with some people I know and to some extent with some of our Indian philosophy as well. The book narrates an interesting story of an organization, which was struggling to […]

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Are Your Customers SATISFIED?

“There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else”.  Sam Walton, Founder of Wal-Mart  The importance of a satisfied customer cannot be overstated. Little wonder then, that most of us are regularly faced with the customary “feedback […]


4 Common Leadership Mistakes

One of the most satisfying elements of our work is being able to watch at very close quarters how different leaders work with their teams. And, we have been fortunate to see many remarkable leaders and their different styles in handling their teams. At the same time, in the course of our interaction with various […]

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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 gather momentum, if you ride along with them, you often reach such unexpected destinations. One of the pleasures of being a Facilitator is […]

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Teambuilding through Treasure Hunting!

What brings people in groups closer together to form a more cohesive team? A voice from above would perhaps say, “Well, this is going to take a long time!”. But the short and crisp answer we would say is : “Challenges”. And so, when we received a request from an MNC to conduct a Team […]

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Facilitating with Excellence

As a Facilitator, I find satisfaction in meeting clients, getting to know their objectives and translating them into Experiential Learning activities.  Facilitating an entire program is an invigorating, exciting experience for me, especially so when the team is able to meet their learning objectives and they shake our hands at the end of the day, […]


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The Road Ahead: Leadership Team Exercise

AREAS OF INSIGHT: Getting to  know team members better Recognizing inherent strengths within the team Respecting personal differences OVERVIEW: This is a very simple and interesting exercise to understand the different strengths that individual members bring to the team and designing a team charter. It is especially useful for senior teams, who might have reservations […]

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