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communication

Good Interpersonal skills

Submitted by rashmijsr on Wed, 2014-12-03 12:12
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Interpersonal skills are life skills which are needed in a person to interact with others. Every day we communicate in personal and professional environment. The ability to speak clearly, to the point and not beat in the bush is a big art which needs to be mastered. To put your point forward without hurting the other person. Our behavior, attitude and perception plays a big role while communicating with the other person. This helps us in regulating our behavior and helps us in talking with the other person.

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I conducted training program at Dhanwate National College on 27th September 2013 on "Body Language". My audience comprised of graduation students. They were very excited to learn about body language.

I taught them the importance of body language in communication and why it is the most important part of Non Verbal communication, tips to improve their body language and how to read others. I enhanced their knowledge on right gestures and postures for effective communication.

It was fun conducting the training program and the students were very participative and attentive.

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I conducted training program at Bhagini Nivedita working women's Hostel, Nagpur on 10th September 2012 under the banner of JCI Nagpur Pratibha. My audience comprised of Working women and students. The topic of training was “Growing Together” or “Team Building”.

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Effective Parenting training program

I conducted training program at JCI Ranchi on 24th June 2012. The date was decided after a long follow up with Jcrt wing Chairperson Veena Agarwal. I was given a warm welcome by Veena Agarwal and President JCI Ranchi, Anand Dhanuka when i reached the official destination of JCI Ranchi. The place was properly arranged with name plates in the correct order.

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Motivation - The backbone of success

Submitted by rashmijsr on Fri, 2012-03-09 13:27
Motivation

Motivation is a will to do something to achieve our goal. Motivation is the driving force behind individuals who wish to achieve something in life. Motivation is the driving force to get success and it distinguishes the ordinary from the extraordinary. The driving force takes the person ahead and helps him achieve the impossible. Motivation is required to traverse on a particular path. We need motivation at each and every step of our life. To do something, to complete a particular task. Day to day motivation is important in a persons life.

Training Program on Human Relations

Submitted by rashmijsr on Thu, 2011-09-22 12:13
Dr Ambedkar College, Nagpur

I conducted training program at Dr Ambedkar College, Nagpur on Human Relations under the banner of Unnati on 21 September 2011. It was a nice moment to share my own experiences with them. Students were from Bachelors of Arts, science and Commerce background. They were very enthusiastic about the program. As it was afternoon time i was aware that they were not prepared and ready for one more lecture. I conducted an interactive session with them. Yes they started responding. It really felt great to receive answers from 40 students sharing their experiences and views.

Soft Skills

A soft skills trainer is the person who enhances communication, personality, language and other social traits of a person. There are thousands and lac's of soft skills trainer but all are not popular and credible. There is a small chunk who is doing wonders and has established credibility. There are trainers who have a long list of degrees but do not know how to teach and conduct training sessions successfully. Mere degrees will not determine success of a trainer in the long run. It is the skills set which matters.

Effective Communication

No communication - Leads to miscommunication. It is always recommended to stay in communication as absence of communication causes negative talk. There are various situation which arises when we cannot speak or state a problem directly and avoid it which leads to aggravation of problem. Every individual has to realize the need for communication. The employees need to be in direct communication with the employers and need to disclose their work with them so that at the time of appraisal they are in good books of the top management.

I love what i do – Do you love your Job ?

Submitted by rashmijsr on Sat, 2011-05-07 11:34
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Its a great pleasure writing this article as i don't need to remember anything. Its all in my subconscious mind and my hands are moving on the keyboard. Oh what is happening. Yes because today no theory, no practicals and no great quotation only my true feeling are going to be expressed as i am writing today on “ I love what i do “. I loved writing articles so rashmipriya.com was born where i could share my whole lot of feelings and experiences. I could write what i felt and needed no approval from the third party to publish my articles.

Do’s and Don’ts of Interview

Submitted by rashmijsr on Wed, 2011-05-04 10:48
Job Interview

1) Be well prepared for the interview
2) Arrive 15 mins early at the place of interview
3) Carry several copies of your resume.
4) Carry pen and A-4 size paper with you for the interview
5) Greet the receptionist. It shows your humble nature.
6) Do not talk or laugh out loudly. Maintain office decorum.
7) Do not fix two consecutive interviews in the same day as you never know how much time your first interview will take.
8) Greet the interviewer after entering the room.
9) Take permission and sit down.
10) Do not slouch at the time of interview.

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