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Hi !
Very often, I have noticed the need for short stories to generate a level of interest in my Out Bound Learning programs. I came across this interesting ebook of short fables which a trainer can effectively use to link conversations and derieve both fun and learning element during campfire chats and informal discussions with the group.
Use these effectively and they will help you build a great rapport with your trainees. Hope it helps !
Cheers
Sameer
10th July 2008 From India, Mumbai

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Thanx a lot sameer for the wonderful post on the behalf of the various users of this site. Its remarkable to share knowledge . Its is an extremely useful material for training to start with an anecdote
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Shikha
Very often, I have noticed the need for short stories to generate a level of interest in my Out Bound Learning programs. I came across this interesting ebook of short fables which a trainer can effectively use to link conversations and derieve both fun and learning element during campfire chats and informal discussions with the group.
Use these effectively and they will help you build a great rapport with your trainees. Hope it helps !
Cheers
Sameer[/quote]
11th July 2008 From India, Delhi
hi to all,
This is bharti working in HR dept in a Pharma organization. Plz can u guys provide me some presentation on Leadership, Industrial Discipline, Organizaional Behaviour, Motivation or any other topics which u guys thinks wl be helpful for me as i have to give training to the employees on various topics ( which are really needful for training purpose). Hope that all of you will help me in real.
Awaiting good responses.
Bharti
16th July 2008 From India, Vijayawada
Dear Sameer, Really you have done a good job in sharing this with group. Keep it up........ :) Regards, Rajesh Joshi.
17th July 2008 From India, Mumbai
33378 33379Dear All, hope these will be of your interest. Regards, ACCHR
18th July 2008 From India, Mumbai

Dear All, Hope these will be of your interest Regards ACCHR
18th July 2008 From India, Mumbai

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Aesops Fables, Tales from Panchatantra, etc., are AGELESS and afford ample analogies/annecdotes for use during Training. Their meanings/messages reach the participant without missing the target.
Thanks 'sthakkar'/Samir, for sharing the pdf.
S.N. Raj

26th July 2008 From India, Pune
Aesop' s has been a popular one among trainers in India. Am sure your contributioo0n will be beneficial to the training fraternity.
27th July 2008 From India, Madras
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