Listen to 'The coaching conundrum' as a podcast https://anchor.fm/abhinandan-chatterjee4/episodes/The-coaching-conundrum-esde8i & share Tweet Anyone can anyone coach? Yes… Coaching is interesting, especially because in today’s world every 2nd person in my network is a coach. Personally, I feel it is great so long as it is really coaching that we do. This is the group of people that will help raise the consciousness … Continue reading The coaching conundrum
Presenting my online photo exhibit & COVID fundraiser: 'Vie Incolore' ie.e Colourless life. (Click here to view the Facebook album) For every photo, you buy and pay for, I will match the amount up to 50 K. Target 1 L by May 30, 2020. Details below! monochrome-photo-exhibit-and-covid-fundraiser_vie-incolore-by-abhinandan-chatterjee-1-1Download Before the #lockdown I was in talks to be a part … Continue reading My online photo exhibit & COVID-19 Fundraiser : ‘Vie Incolore’
#L&D #OD #Learning #Leadership #Futureofwork #Change (This article was written and published in 2015, I am now revisiting the insights as a way of being accountable for what I said and NOT to really say 'I told you so!') An ancient Chinese story, retold by Phil Jackson, coach of the phenomenally successful Chicago Bulls basketball … Continue reading The 2020 learning outlook (Revisited)
Also readable on linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-essential-objective-view-abhinandan-chatterjee/ Essentials only! We have hard this over and over again in the last 1-2 months since social distancing and lockdown have begun. About a year ago I started reading about minimalism and that is where I came across this phrase 'essentialism' for the first time. My attempt to become … Continue reading What is essential? An objective view
Day 45 - I was travelling before the lockdown happened in India so was on day 10 of my self-isolation without symptoms when the Lockdown was announced on March 24th. I was happy that on my part I had done everything I could. Then I saw the 'expert opinions' that started flowing in from leaders, … Continue reading Imperfection is OK!
#L&D #OD #Learning #Leadership #Futureofwork #Change An ancient Chinese story, retold by Phil Jackson, coach of the phenomenally successful Chicago Bulls basketball team, defines what really is changing in the training needs of organizations today. In the 3rd century BC, the Chinese emperor Liu Bang celebrated his consolidation of China with a banquet, where he … Continue reading Organizational Learning – The 2020 Outlook
What's with the # - It's for #twitter. But imagine if everything was written with a '#', if everything was a keyword? How would that work? Well, it is no different for the first time leader. A new language, new words, new meanings and too much information which can be blinding. A new place where everything has … Continue reading Why leadership development fails & How to fix it!
Let's get to the point - L&D, when too simple - is a farce and when too complicated - doesn't deliver. I am not saying this, but a lot of organizations have come to prove this statement true over the past few years. The ROI myth is still going strong and neither people (learners) nor learning … Continue reading L&D 2.0 – Why Learning in Business needs a Makeover?
Some people are lucky to have good jobs straight out of college and some are not! Are you and / or your loved ones that Lucky? As Malcolm Gladwell would say Luck = Opportunity + Preparation. But honestly, and I will bet my 10 years of working with more than 200 global organizations as a … Continue reading The First Job – 3 Things you cant do without
Have you ever spoken to someone, where you shared something interesting and they still lost interest - or you did! Have you ever wondered why some people are better than others when it comes to communication, influence and building trust/faith? One of the major things these 'better' people do is to tell a story really … Continue reading How to tell a story