Last moment cancellation of one promised training program happens at times though very rarely. Causes- The main faculty becomes sick, or plane or train cancellation suddenly, or many other situations beyond the capacity of the conducting organization to arrange the conduct of the program as promised.

In such situation a new date is suggested to suit both the organizations. Immediate communication and information with apology must be conveyed in such situation.

During my 27 years of conducting programmes all over India on behalf of National Productivity Council and same activity for last over 10 years after so called retirement, I have come accross such last moment cancellation may be for two or three times. The organizations realised the difficulty and reschedulled the program at a later mutually convenient date. Thus we need not blame one agency for such rare failure.

Er Prafulla K Acharya, Ph.D. in HRD & Mgt(IIT-Kgp), Director and Chief Faculty, Pragyan Productivity Center(lifelong Learning Provider):PPC(LLP), Bhubaneswar,Functioning from Bhubaneswar, Visakhapatnam and Chennai in India and Dallas(Texas) in USA. , , cell-09437022040

From India, Bhubaneswar
Dear All,
I am working in a pharma company as HR Executive from last 2.5 yrs.I have started one skill upgradation program in which we have selected 25 key personnels who lacks the basic managerial skill.But there are some employee who are not interested to attend the session and these 6-7 employees are the most destructive part of our company.So can you pls help me out how should I convince them to attend the training program without taking the help of top management.
Waiting for your response.
With Regards
Deepika Kamatkar

From India, Nagpur
Please start a new thread with your question as it does not relate to the subject matter in this thread.
That will enable other members to focus solely on your question and hopefully provide some suggestions.

From Australia, Melbourne
There is a specific solution to your query and you will succeed in convincing your employees. For further solution to your query, kind start a new thread as requested by Mr. John.
Kindly email me the link to your thread.
With profound regards

From India, Chennai
Dear John,
Can you please provide us with your contact details as I need to discuss something (but not on this public forum)? We are a training company in India. My e-mail ID is
Anil Nagpal
Chairman & MD

From India, Pune
Dear all,
Thank you for sparing your valuable time..that was the first and last time when i committed such a mistake.
now I'll take great care before selecting any one for my university.
Thanx & Regards

From India, Udaipur
Dear Ms. Jyotsna Sharma
We should never blame anyone for our own mistakes......We humans are born to make mistakes and we must learn from them. There is no point in repeating them followed by deep regrets.
Consider this as a "LESSON FOR YOU".
Your frustration is spoiling your IMAGE as you had termed some professionals as TOM, DICK & HARRY. Learn to control your anger and work on those procedures or checklist before you organise a programme/event.
Also you are using SMS LANGUAGE. One of the member has suggested you to avoid it. Do you have any idea about the READERS PERCEPTIONS from your POST(YOUR IMAGE)? Since i had been studying HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY OF BEHAVIOUR, i found that, you are reflecting a NEGATIVE ATTITUDE(portrait) through your post. Moreover, you are holding a reputed designation in a UNIVERSITY.
At times OVER-CONFIDENCE can turn everything upside down. Be PRACTICAL in LIFE.
With profound regards

From India, Chennai
Dear Mr. Prasad
yes i was in constant touch with those people, they send me their profile,the financial part, the topics they will be dealing with, everything. they claimed to be associated with a well known MNC. i conversed with them through e-mails & telephone,though never met in personal. and just a the time of conduction, first they stopped responding to my phone calls and then bluntly denied.

From India, Udaipur
such response from any training provider is unbelievable. With only your reporting of the development one should not take any bad conclusion about the training provider, agent on vender. Every training providing company is a vender of many user organizations. We have many misconceptions about external training providers. The market is flooded with trainers and training providing organizations where as user organizations are very limited. Thus any trainer tries to give best service and to get repeat business they try to satisfy the customer by maintaining good relation.
Thus one should not take the alleagation here as fully true.
Er Prafulla K Acharya, over 40 years experience as a trainer cell-09437022040

From India, Bhubaneswar
Madam Jyotsana Sharma , With due respect to you , kindly do not use sms language concerning this forum
Secondly unless you name the offending trainers / fraudsters , there is no pint in mentioning it . Kindly do so.
Hope you will enlighten everyone about your forgettable experience and all fellow members will be careful or
vigilant about such so called TRAINERS.
Thanks and regards ,

From India, Bangalore

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