Picturise this – you have built a house with a fragile base. Will it withstand all weather conditions? You bet that you want to build a house on a solid foundation. Similarly, the language learning is built on a solid foundation of Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing – The four processes that make you a well-rounded English … Continue reading The 4 Foundation Pillars of Language Learning: Reading is living!
If I could offer you an enchantment mixture that would make you more joyful, more benevolent, progressively hopeful as well as increasingly profound and tell you that this magical potion would be free of cost and will require almost no push to utilize, wouldn’t you be intrigued? If this magical decoction ever existed, wouldn’t you … Continue reading The Power of Gratitude
When an organization decides to undergo a change or transformation or plans to take on any new behavioral skills or soft skills initiatives, assignments, set a new performance target, seize new markets, it requires to adopt change in various forms – change in process, job responsibilities, organizational structures and sometimes even technology too. We all … Continue reading Change is the only constant
“Tell me and I forget Teach me and I may rememberInvolve me and I learn” These lines emphasises the importance of how and when we involve human in any certain process, it will have better impact on his learning and recall. The more the involvement, the more we learn and remember in the long run. The … Continue reading The Survey: Tool to Self Development
“Millennials,” “Generation Y,” “The Peter Pan Generation” — they go by many names and were born roughly between 1980 and 2000. They are the generation that grew up with smartphones, rear-facing cameras, internet etc. They were at a tender and vulnerable age when Harry Potter first took his flying lessons on his magical broom, when … Continue reading The Millennial Minds
“I want to feel included” says Sunita, a Homemaker in her late 40s, who wishes to travel abroad to vist her daughter in the US but is marooned with self-doubts. Although she is super excited to attend her daughter’s convocation, she feels anxious and presurrised to learn the language of global people. She wishes to … Continue reading The Importance of Spoken English in Today’s World
Dipti Deepak, Founder Today,60 percent employers feel soft skills are very significant for hiring; whereas, 70 percent find it extremely difficult to find these ‘employable skills’ in potential employees! Identifying the skills challenge and filling this ‘capability gap’ in up-skilling individual contributors, professionals, students, corporates and academic institutions as well as Homemakers, Nirmiti Academy is … Continue reading Empowering Common Leaders from All Walks of Life through Personality Development and Soft Skills