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Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Aparna Sethi
Training And Recruitment
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Good old lessons in teamwork from an age-old fable. — — — — — — — — — — — — Regards, Hari Divakaran
From India, Thiruvananthapuram

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File Type: ppt Team Work.ppt (536.0 KB, 2188 views)

Hello Hari,
This ppt presentation has appeared this year and last year at CiteHr, drawing quite a bit of appreciative comments.
There is a different vesrsion with geese at https://www.citehr.com/20625-teamwork.html
Have a nice day
A retired academic in UK

From United Kingdom
Even though it has appeared last year at CiteHr, there are new members like me who has joined this year for them its useful. Gr8 story.
But the moral of this entire story is we have grown-up listening to these stories which contribute to build up morals, ethics in our life. In old stories rich man always used to be bad and poor man used to be good. The time has changed. The time has come to change our values. We need to learn and tell the next generation that being rich is not bad but the way you are selecting to become rich needs to evaluate.
Aparna Sethi

From India, Salai
Dear Hari,
Enjoyed reading the old story in a new and latest format.
Beautifully blended the new messages and provided us a great exitement of starting the story from the end again and again.

From India, Delhi
Hi:idea: This is an excellent and interesting age old moral story, when we apply to the present situation it will change and will give us aspired results. regards rrputta
From India, Hyderabad
Leading PSU’s are following it and making a big difference in POWER GENERATION...
From India, Ahmadabad

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File Type: pdf Effective Human Resources Management.pdf (2.01 MB, 332 views)

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