Author Archives: Diahann D'souza

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People Management

People Management

Are you an Accounting Manager? Are you the Vice President of Production? Or perhaps you are the Director of Development. It doesn’t matter, because what you really are is a People Manager. Regardless of your industry, your company, or even your job title, all managers are people managers, all management is people management. Managing people

Change Management

Embracing Change

Change management is a term that is used freely. Sometimes it is blamed for poor performance – “That initiative failed because we didn’t focus enough on change management.” And other times it is used as an umbrella term for activities that would otherwise not have a classification of task – “When we implement that new

nextgeneration

Training The Next Generation

“Is there an App for this somewhere?” “Can I download this information online?” “Are these online courses accessible from my phone?” “Is there a way to integrate the training towards a more interactive structure?” If these are some of the questions that you encounter while trying to train your next batch, you’re definitely training the

Training

Getting an ROI with Training

Think about the last time you ventured out to buy yourself an electronic device, home appliance or vehicle … what were the key things you factored into your decision making process? A simple tool to help understand how to calculate the ROI in any situation is… CLICK HERE NOW TO READ THE REST OF THIS

Workshop

Marketing Yourself as a Trainer

Marketing has been defined as the process of communicating the value of a product or service to customers, for the purpose of selling that product or service. However, most people reserve the concept of marketing to primarily just that – products or services. The idea of marketing themselves as a professional in their field is

Soft Skills

Soft Skills Training

People generally tend to focus on attending or developing their skills on concepts relating to knowledge or business acumen. However, what we fail to realise is that the most powerful skill to develop in oneself is Soft Skills. Soft skills is a sociological term relating to a person’s “EQ” (Emotional Quotient), the cluster of personality

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