SHOULD LEARNING BE A CONTINUOUS PROCESS?
Those who remain learners forever, grow at a different pace than the once who feel they have arrived. Says who? Well, says ‘Shilpi’, that’s according to me. When learning stops, growth takes a backseat. It’s applicable both in career and life generally. Organisations ought to take stock of what’s happening as far as training their employees go. Here’s a short and crisp write-up from BEEHIVES that I found quite resonating with my thoughts as a training facilitator. Please do read…..
With marvellous facilitators Nishith Shah, Prasanna Vajandar & Michael Perez
When it’s about training the workforce on life skills or soft skills, the whole perspective of training needs to be introspected. We aren’t looking at training pets or children after all! The whole game is about re-engineering attitudes, reprogramming thought processes, redesigning reactions and responses, in the whole it ought to be a gradual process of reinventing and rediscovering hidden potentials, facilitate self-learning for sustainable growth of the workforce.
If we are able to tap the potential of Emotional Intelligence in workplaces, imagine what could be the outcomes of such initiatives.