enablement

Managers as coach, I am fortunate to have lived, learnt and grown with a child from the time he was born. It’s now been more than five years of rich learning, living and growing up with this child. I have seen him from the time...

The recently concluded iEnable in Bangalore in many ways was quite a milestone event. [caption id="attachment_1049" align="alignleft" width="300"] Exploring in depths[/caption] The conditions for being an enabler, distinct from a trainer, facilitator, teacher, instructor, coach, mentor or even a healer were clearly established. Participants, all of whom came...

What social responsibility initiative can a company undertake when it fails to demonstrate individual responsibility towards one of its most crucial stakeholders – the employees? How would a company claim to pursue triple bottom lines when one of the Ps – the people - is...

When I founded iProdigy - a consulting outfit partnering with businesses to bring about talent, leadership and organizational transformation - in 2001, I consciously used the word 'enabling' in its tagline not knowing how loosely it will be used to mean almost anything and everything...

If one would have learnt by just reading books, all those who have read Bhagwat Geeta would have become as adept and achieving as Arjuna. If listening lectures could have transformed human beings, all those who sit through sermons would have become saints.  On the one hand...