himani_mba Started The Discussion:
Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”: Henry Ford

Hi All,

have a look on new story of Rabbit and tortoise.


Himani Sharma
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Posted 18th September 2009 From India, Jaipur
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This is a brilliant story. Though I had heard about this long time ago, however i couldn't recall the complete story.
I am a corporate trainer, so I guess this would prove to an effective anecdote for team building trainings.
I am sure the next time, i would certainly use this anecdote.

Posted 20th September 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Himani Sharma, your post is superb. As Swati had aptly mentioned , it can be used in HR Training, to give strong messages such as `working to one's competencies` and `competing against the situation rather than a rival`. The story has brought out other management lessons as well. Thanks for sharing.
Posted 20th September 2009 From India, Kalpakkam
Seen this earlier too! but Wonderful analysis & the Coke story, pl. keep posting such ones Regards KK
Posted 20th September 2009
Dear Himani

Thanks for your enthusiasm.
Dear you are a member since Oct. 2007; you must have seen this PPT being posted in this forum a number of times. This is a very popular PPT. Anyway, it will help new members and those who are seeing it for the first time.

You can check if a PPT has been posted earlier, by using the SEARCH tool, before posting.

Warm regards.
Posted 21st September 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Himani,

Thanks for presenting such a beautiful & intelligent thought with all of us. I believe, Everyone has a different outlook but the moral of every story is Success & achieving the same with your team with mixture of competencies can give you a Satisfied Success & ofcourse a reason to celerate together :-)
Posted 21st September 2009 From India, Delhi
Himani, That was a well said story, one more better way to put things in the brighter part of light and best part of life. Rgeards, Ramesh Sundarajan.
Posted 8th October 2009 From India, Bangalore


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