The Entire Country came united as One -in the Fight against Corruption, in the India Against Corruption movement led by Social activist Shri.Anna Hazare.
As rightly articulated by Mr.Hazare and Mahatma Gandhi- We have to be the change what we seek.
Interestingly, in 2005 we at Adept- designed and developed a Program on Integrity. Originally intended for Government Departments which were looking forward to a more Integral and stable workforce, and change the public perception around the same- through a changed mindset of staff members, this was equally applicable to companies which have strong focus on Integrity as an organizational value.
I am extremely pleased to share with you -the details about the most important training program of our age- ICE (Integrity, Compassion and Emotional Maturity).
Post the Anna Hazare Movement- it has become imperative for Government Departments and Government Funded Organizations to change the organizational culture through a structured intervention to change the mindset.
This Program is available for In-House/Off-site delivery across the Country. As a reinforcement to ensure a Corruption Free India- we are pleased to share, that wherever you want this program to happen, the T & L expenses will not be charged to the client organization. They will be on us. This is one of the ways for us to do our little bit.
For any further queries/information- Please feel free to reach out to me at the contact details given below.
I am for fight against Corruption. But I am not for Anna Hazare! It is artificial and looks like stage managed by Kejre wal and team. Looks like Anna has no say in it, Perhaps being backed by corporates and Foreign Grants.
From India, Madras
Thanks for your update
Appreciate your opinion- but one good thing which came out from the movement is that the middle class of India is not a sleeping giant. And we sincerely salute the feeling.
From India, Bangalore
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