NEW Story of Rabbit & Tortoise. A Must read - team building
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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
Manager Operations

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Swati123 -  Member Since: Aug 2009
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.


S.E.Kannan -  Member Since: Mar 2008
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.

prashant_nair -  Member Since: May 2006
Seen this earlier too! but Wonderful analysis & the Coke story, pl. keep posting such ones Regards KK

Raj Kumar Hansdah -  Member Since: Jun 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.

shwetak -  Member Since: Nov 2007
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 :-)

inovarmesh -  Member Since: Aug 2009
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.


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