Posted by: "Sreenidhi Sam kris"   sreesamkris 
Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:29 am (PST) 

 "The trouble with the world," said the Master with a sigh, "is that human beings refuse to grow up."

"When can a person be said to have grown up?" asked a disciple.

"On the day he does not need to be lied to about anything."

Anthony de Mello, SJ


As long as a man stands in his own way,
everything seems to be in his way.

-- Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 -1882) 


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2. Develop your Leadership Muscles - Brilliant ppt with real examples 
Posted by: "vivek khare"   vivekkharedel 
Mon Feb 13, 2012 9:05 pm (PST) 

Develop your Leadership Muscles

Leadership is 
expected everywhere. But what is leadership  and How does one develop leadership. A
brilliant presentation to develop leadership muscles.  Follow the exercises mentioned with real
examples  to have leadership six pack
muscles at   



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3. Wisdom Capsules 
Posted by: "Job Xavier"   jobxavieraelavanthara 
Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:12 pm (PST) 

Dear Friends

One of my professors whom I met recently   is now in his seventies and
leads a fully retired life with his books and memories. While
interacting with him, I was fascinated with the amount of information
that he had on almost every topic , be it the Freedom movement, the
first few decades of our Independence, the Emergency as well as recent
developments , right up to the Anna phenomenon. While he may have
forgotten dates, the analysis  and interpretation of events as also
the clarity of thought and purpose left me asking myself” if he dies
tomorrow, what happens to the massive amount of information and
knowledge gathered by him over the years?

I have been fortunate enough to mingle with  eminent scholars be it
from Tilak Road, Pune, descendants of Thiruvalluvar in Coimbatore,
Academicians trained by the Jesuits in Mumbai, Scholars from Hyderabad
as also the Maths and Computer wizards from Chennai. One common
feature among them all, is a genuine love for books and knowledge and
for mastery in one or more areas of academics or profession.. Though
elderly and weak,  and some not so well off, they will fascinate you
with their deep insight into areas which many of us are not even
familiar with , given the current TV soaps, movies and the cell phone.
But the pity is that many of them move on  with old age and when they
die, all that accumulated knowledge is gone as very few of them keep
their knowledge recorded. One famous  Linguistics scholar from the
Deccan Institute of Research, Pune, an author and internationally
reputed scholar, spent his last years, trying to transfer some of such
accumulated knowledge to  the younger generation. In fact in one of
his public lectures, he explained to everyone present how, contrary to
public notion, Sanskrit is not the mother of all Indian languages;
Indian languages get divided into Indo Aryan, Dravidian with most of
the Dravidian  languages  having  borrowed heavily from Sanskrit.

The issue for us to tackle  in this Knowledge age, when everyone is
concerned with protecting the collective knowledge of their workforce,
is, how can we capture the collective wisdom of a an aging generation
that has no recourse to electronic means of saving their own data base
as it were. What is needed is a mechanism to capture this wealth of
information, by recording in writing or orally, so that future
generations could benefit . This could be done at an individual level
by those keen to perpetuate their memory and contribution or by
corporate sponsors, who could also make it commercially viable for
both parties, with the senior citizens given some monetary benefit
that will be welcome in their old age.

The collection of data could be on  the basis of profession , academic
bend such as Literature and Culture, Economics,  Scientific pursuits
or even based on industry verticals. The  person need not be into
academics but also those with rich experience  as a skilled technician
who can fix any machine, someone who has travelled the world as a
mechanic or cook in a cruiser, a farmer who can predict the weather by
smelling the earth or the air; any experience and memoirs that can add
value to the collective wisdom of humanity and specific cultures. And
while at it, we will also collect as much info as possible on the HR
scenario too.

With around 10% of our population above 60, the potential number that
could contribute to this venture is around 120 million- that is a
whopping , live, database.

In case this thought interests any of my  professional colleagues
here, do write in  so that we can start this initiative and together,
capture  our rich heritage for posterity.

With Warm regards
A.J. Job Xavier
098923 29188
022 3244 2325

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4. Inviting nominations for 6 useful & Important Training Programs by N 
Posted by: "ndesai"   cexcellence2000 
Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:20 pm (PST) 

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5. Where to Find Happiness? 
Posted by: "Sreenidhi Sam kris"   sreesamkris 
Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:53 pm (PST) 

 "Why is everyone here so happy except me?"

"Because they have learned to see goodness and beauty everywhere," said the Master.

"Why don't I see goodness and beauty everywhere?"

"Because you cannot see outside of you what you fail to see inside."

Anthony de Mello, SJ


It is not easy to find happiness in ourselves, and impossible to find it elsewhere.

--Agnes Repplier


Director - Oscar Murphy International, Singapore & India

Behavioral Trainers, Coaches & Attitudinal Change Catalysts
Reg Director (Asia) - AATD - Accredited Alliance for T & D, USA