Wednesday, 31 January 2018

IAF India Chair Ms. Vinisha Jaiswal feedback about our signature workshop LEAF: Facilitation Skills

Sunday, 28 January 2018

Welcome to experience the power of #Facilitation


Saturday, 27 January 2018

Eyes are useless when the mind is blind...


Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Execution excellence begins with the Purpose...


What HR Business Partners do?

Friends,

When it comes to defining a team's goal, the time proven rule applies : " No involvement, no commitment"                                                                - Stephen R Covey

How true is it for you the above statement? I have experienced two common blunders the leaders make:

  • The lone genius - the leader goes "off to the mountain" creates a strategy and vision, and announces it to everyone. Result: no commitment, understanding or buy-in.
  • The opinion poller - the leader takes no stand, follows the crowd, and over involves people. Result: Lack of confidence in the leader and a murky purpose.
How do we create Shared Goals? How can we co create policies and processes to have effective outcome? How do we unleash the talent, inspire trust and align systems in the organisations?

If you would like to seek out answers to the above i strongly recommend you to attend our signature workshop LEAF on Facilitation skills on 23rd and 24th Feb 2018 at Holiday Inn, Mumbai.

If you would like to discuss any of this with me, please reach out on 9223268309 or shyam.iyer@60bitsconsulting.com

When people are treated as whole people, they volunteer their highest efforts and energies. When people are treated as things, they withhold their full commitment.

Its your chance to take the next step and create that difference.

Looking forward to meet you at the event.

Cheers,
Shyam

Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF)
International Association of Facilitation (IAF)



Your Opportunity for Greatness...

Dear Friends,

The call and need of a new era is for greatness. Tapping into the higher reaches of human genius and motivation requires leaders to have a new mind-set, a new skill-set and a new tool-set.                                                                                                                                 - Stephen R Covey                               
The above quote made me think and reflect on how do leaders and as an HR professional we enable greatness in people and organizations? What does an Organizational Greatness look like?

The answers i could think of where - sustained superior performance, intensely loyal customers, winning culture and distinctive contribution.

All the above calls for three things:
  • Execution excellence
  • Great Leadership
  • People orientation
Becoming a great leader is a process and not just attending thru and workshop or training. 

To enable, empower and engage you to be a great leader i strongly recommend you to attend our signature workshop LEAF on Facilitation skills on 23rd and 24th Feb 2018 at Holiday Inn, Mumbai

To have more details connect on 9223268309 or shyam.iyer@60bitsconsulting.com

We promise you will get the mind-set, skill-set and tool-set necessary to unleash the talent and capability of your team to achieve your highest priorities.

Now is your opportunity for Greatness. Looking forward to meet you at the event.

Cheers,

Shyam
Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) from the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) 

Monday, 22 January 2018

The Core of Leadership...how are you doing?

Dear Friends,

Feedback is a leader’s life-support system, but the higher up you go in an organization, the less likely you are to receive straight feedback.

How you respond to feedback determines how willing people will be to give it to you. It also influences how the people on your team respond to the feedback you give to them.

When you receive feedback:
·       Acknowledge it
·       Thank the person who gave it to you
·       Balance the feedback with the “Bigger picture”
o   Consider the source, your own values, and other feedback you have received
o   Look for patterns to the feedback you have been getting. If you see a pattern, consider the action to take
o   As a leader, you may have access to more information than the person giving the feedback, or you may have a different point of view

In my experience I have witnessed so many leaders have serious blind spots they never come to grips with because no one knows how to give them feedback. People are too fearful of rupturing a relationship or having their personal future compromised by taking on their boss.

Learn more about how you can create a culture of feedback in a facilitative way to create high performing teams on 23rd and 24th Feb at Mumbai.

For more details connect to shyam.iyer@60bitsconsulting.com and +91 9223268309

Cheers,

Shyam 

Sunday, 21 January 2018

ISTD event at Mumbai... experienced the power of Facilitation


Saturday, 20 January 2018

#gamification using #Facilitation process at #ISTD event


Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Focused Crucial Conversations...


Sunday, 14 January 2018

LEAF Feedback by Sree

LEAF Feedback by Neeti

LEAF Feedback by Kalyani

LEAF feedback by Jatin

LEAF Feedback by Dr Deepak

LEAF Feedback by Charles

LEAF Feedback by Anjali

LEAF Feedback by Abhijit

"ME" Workshop using Creative and Process Facilitation...


MDP Program for Middle Management employees...


Saturday, 13 January 2018

#gamification in a #facilitative way


Thursday, 11 January 2018

#Accelerated #learning - Job Aid

Participants showing their key learnings in a cube

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

New year...new beginnings with TISS as Facilitator for their Winter School ProgrammeF

Facilitators with Dr. Vijaykumar