archnahr
111

Consultant, writer and Trainer
Hi All,
There is one ppt I'm attaching here, which is developed by some of my students and me.
I teach them OB and after the completion of one chapter I ask them to make presentation on any of the topic of that chapter, at the end of the course they gifted me this ppt and said this is what we have learnt from you.
Please read and post your comments.
Cheers
Archna

From India, Delhi

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archnahr
111

Consultant, writer and Trainer
Hi,
This is very sad that 23 people downloaded this ppt but not even one comment is posted by any of you.
I have requested many times that once you take something or share something do mention gratitude to that person. :?:
This is sorry state that such good presentation received nothing in appreciation.
:(
I hope some of you will take some pain in writing few words for my student's contribution.
Archna

From India, Delhi
kusum
1

center head
hi,
Good effort. For future refernce, there is a saying "once you share it ceases to be yours'. Therefore, it is better we learn to give and expect nothing. I know it is difficult but saves a lot of mental peace for ourselves. Hope you dont mind me saying this.
warm regards,
DK

From India, Mangaluru
archnahr
111

Consultant, writer and Trainer
Hi Kusum,
I agree with what you say, but it really makes a difference if someone shows the gratitude.
I do not post these ppt and articles to get these points it is basically to share my knowledge.
So, I would appreciate if everybody gives their opinion for not just my posts but for everybody else.
There is a wrong practice going on at this forum,that people are being spoon fed, which is wrong. What Say???
CHeers
Archna

From India, Delhi
kusum
1

center head
Hi Archana,
I agree with what you say too. I was just helping in just jumping a realm. I have also encountered such dissappointments early in my career. The best way i tackled was the policy of just 'doing'. Expectations kill creativity. Just think of Mother Theresa, and all those of her like, it was 'doing' for them and nothing else. My dear, it is really jumping a realm, which people like you and me have to learn. Once the awareness comes it is easy to tackle. Take care. This reply was not a reaction only clarification or direction.
Warm regards,
DK

From India, Mangaluru
Jo Verde
4

Senior Director JeMM Consultants
Hi Archnahr,

I have just read this thread after being away from citehr for a awhile and I must say I totally agree with your comments.I have found myself posting infrequently now, as my posts appear to be ignored most of the time. Initially I felt disrespected as a member however I have had several private messages where I have developed a friendship and gladly shared whatever help/assistance I can provide based on my experience. That's not a points grabber but a sincere mind set.

I don't post for points but rather to see if a different perspective might help with the creative juices for someone else, to cause reflection, challenge or educate,depending on my available time. I will only respond if I feel I have something that may be of value to say

Reading the thread, I smiled at some of the comments. Knowledge is power but a truly great leader gives away their knowledge to share the power and help others develop into great leaders through experience. I am perhaps not sure though where one draws the line at what is reality on citehr.What I see is a number of people requesting information from members to save themselves from doing the research on their own.This is also how I interpret your comments on "spoon feeding"

Thankyou for permitting my view as well

Cheers,

Jo

From Canada, Ottawa
archnahr
111

Consultant, writer and Trainer
Hi JO,
Thanks a lot for your post.
I really feel bad not because many of them do not reply, it is because we put in lots of efforts to reply them or collect good material and post them.
Anyway, I'm learning from these experiences.
But I really felt good once I red yours and Kusum's mail on this.
Atleast my reactions or someone's attention. :wink:
Have a great weekend.
Cheers
Archna

From India, Delhi
knarayan
1

Service
Good efforts made by your student. However, it can be improved further e.g. the bullet points should be more elaborative. Flow of the ppt and pause required for each topic.
Regards
K Narayan
9860428364

From India, Pune
[email protected]
Career Consultant
Hi archna real good work. motivate them to prepare one presentation with real life example. It will add to their knowledge dhawal dave
From India, Jamnagar
devjit28
2

Service
Hi Archna,
The learning from the Bhagwad Gita is all-pervasive -do your duty without thinking of the returns (Wow!!!)
I have a question though as a new member of this forum. What do the posting points mean?
Keep posting and cheering... :D :D :D
Regards,
Devjit

From India, Gurgaon

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