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  1. 1. I am ME. Mind Body Soul. Why I am here. Why am I here. Here I am.
  2. 2. Define purpose for Today’s session.  Set the intention.  Context setting.  Induction Orientation Socialization  Transition from Single digit to Double digit (0 to 9)  From Kids to Teens to Adults  From Parents to Friends to Peers/ Colleagues – Mentor.
  3. 3. Exercise Draw a leaf from your mind or copy from each other Next Make this leaf YOURS if it was your leaf how would it be and why • Draw your LIFE AND Make it yours
  4. 4. [The WHO WHAT WHY in ME.] • How many of us are Leaders/Enterprisers here in this room. • And • Why YES and why NOT
  5. 5. Change Management – Role Recognition and Transition.  Not aware – Taken by surprise.  Aware but didn’t realise the impact  Know it all but no orientation or expectation clarity  Told several times but no loical explanation – culture conflcit per pressure - too many whys and no induction.  Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance
  6. 6. Purpose: Transforming individuals/organisations from their current ‘as is’ – state. Starting with identifying where they currently stand and where is that they want to reach leading to the ‘to be’ stage of their actualization.
  7. 7. Address the needs of the youth (Gen X&Y) To draw out need based ethical innovation Keeping in mind the cohesiveness to family life “Enterprise”ship Program. Guides participants to transform themselves and their work process Offering them unified and relevant learning Of the best management and business practices and processes Through unconventional delivery models an ‘as it to be’ initiative Preparing financially sound leaders
  8. 8. Just like the name suggests, personal and professional need is to be unconventional, innovative and creative. At the same time establish strong ethics and values that provide the platform, tools and competitive advantage that are necessary for one to establish themselves as successful “Enterprisers”. What does KSHRujan mean? ‘KSHRujan’ creative expression In Sanskrit ‘ujan’ In Bengali “against the current” ; “against conventional flow”
  9. 9. To improve the quality of life and standard of living for the aspirants in need To harness the untapped energy in today’s youth ( GEN X & Y ) and to work towards building an independent and successful life for them To develop, encourage and support participants towards “Enterprise”ship by providing them the necessary exposure and experiences through dynamic learning and development To equip the students with the transformational knowledge tools which will enable them to accomplish something unconventional or unexpected as enterprising adults. KSHRujan’s objective KSHRujan’s Delivery model Learning outside the boundaries of a classroom Interactive sessions/ experiential learnings/ hands on learnings. Workshops/ round tables / discussions/ debates/ Work space visits / shadowing careers and lives Experiencing real life success stories with Enterprising professionals & Entrepreneurs
  10. 10. Common traits Of • Successful Leaders • Enterprisers • Happy people
  12. 12. What's in it for you? YOU
  13. 13. A new leaf – a new life
  14. 14. Todays actions for a Glorified Futur. Recognise who YOU are. And what you want. (FIND YOUR VOICE) Your role clarity and “unified” responsibility Myths and few road blockers Misconceptions, Stereotyping, Biases, Social Conditioning, Assumptions, Fear of Rejection, Not enough questions asked, Prejudices Accepted whatever came your way. Hoping some day it will evolve.
  15. 15. Todays Actions. Embrace what comes to YOU. If it is in line with your purpose, your outcomes, your goals. What you like and dislike, two sides of the coin and Also for any role that you have to play.
  16. 16. Todays Actions. SYSTEM It. (AUTO MODE VERSUS DESIGN MODE) #If not YOU – WHO #If not NOW – WHEN #If not THIS – WHAT DO <> DUMP <> DELEGATE <> DELAY. WITH FREEDOM ( empowerment ) COMES RESPONSIBILITY and with it comes Consequences that you should be ready to Own and Risk
  17. 17. Todays Actions MAKE IT MATTER. Compassion, Scale, Opportunity driven, Purposeful, Passionate, Strategic, Traditions and Family, Entrepreneurial, Self less, Nurture.
  18. 18. YOU Who are you. Barrier or Warrior Life is a WAR with your own limitations WIN IT.
  19. 19. Let’s look at what YOU have
  20. 20. [Unify Engauge Transit.] New tools! New techniques! Practise Practise Practise.  UNIFY  ENGAUGE  TRANSIT
  21. 21. [Unify] Unify your environments with your skills and your opportunities.  UNIFY  ENGAUGE  TRANSIT Constant
  22. 22. [Engauge.] Measure your level of engagement and the influence of the same on you = your impact on others.  ENGAUGE
  23. 23. [Transit.] Transition a natural process. Make it seamless! As easy as “Version” download.  TRANSIT  INDUCTION ORIENTATION SOCIALIZATION.
  24. 24. [INHALE:EXHALE] This moment will also go ! Mindfulness
  25. 25. I Discovered Techniques Tools Hacks. YESssss !
  26. 26. Why should you be a part of KSHRujan? To contribute towards social cause of transforming aspirants into future leaders To be a part of an individual’s journey towards success To revolutionise the educational experience To contribute by providing an enriching learning experience to the participants Enable participants to achieve their dream and recognise leadership skills.
  27. 27. How can you contribute towards KSHRujan? Are you an Entrepreneur or a Domain expert – do you have knowledge that can transform, scale or enrich lives. Mentor a KSHRujan aspirant! Provide a real- life work exposure Hop! Skip! Jump! LEAP! (Job shadowing) Take a session Nurture Guide Sustain
  28. 28. How to be a Leader? . . . Contribute in the Grooming of YOURSELF and see the impact. KSHRujan conducts Leadership Programs and also Programs for Youth and Women. Glorified Dream (Women as Leaders - an overview) Invest in me (Recognise and Embrace) Design MY life (Real lives Real Goals) Leap (Discipline and Habits) And many more…. Designed to suit the TG.
  29. 29. Credits and Gratitude. • Images – credits to Google Search Engine. • Content – Credits to experiences drawn out of activities of KSHRujan and Advantage Win in neoteric.
  30. 30. Creatively flow against the current KSHRujan Dipti Paras Shah. dipti.shah@plusplus.co.in THANK YOU
  31. 31. Conflict. • Why Does Conflict Occur? • Conflict is part of life. No matter how much you want to protect your child from it, she has to face this reality. Conflict can occur within the family, with siblings and parents, with friends, and with society in general. But the one thing you need to teach your teenagers is that a conflict need not be a negative experience. Remember, conflict can lead to change, positive change! • Consequences of Teenage Conflicts: • Without the necessary skill set, a teenager can land in tough situations when it comes to conflicts. At home, unresolved conflicts can lead to strained relations. Outside, it can lead to broken friendships, hours of detention, and even violence!
  32. 32. • Commandment 1: Conflict is a reality. FLIGHT OR FIGHT - Hiding won’t solve anything. • Commandment 2: You can’t wish the problem away. Don’t pretend and put on a mask. Keeping your feelings cooped inside won’t work. • Commandment 3: Learn to deal with the problem, not the person. Conflict occurs because of a particular issue, not because of a person. Don’t make it personal. • Commandment 4: Be respectful. Listen to the other person. Really listen. Listening to your parents or teachers may seem like a drag but zoning out is not the solution. • Commandment 5: Be assertive. You don’t need to be either passive or aggressive to deal with teen conflicts. You need to be assertive. Being assertive means putting your views forward confidently and calmly.
  33. 33. • Commandment 6: Learn to negotiate. This is the most important skill you need to learn. Negotiating is a skill that will serve you in the long term. • Commandment 7: Stick to the present. Don’t drag in past issues. Doing so will only muddy the conflict further. • Commandment 8: The silent treatment does not work. Sulking is as bad as getting aggressive – it won’t solve the problem. Talk it out. • Commandment 9: Be understanding. Try to put yourself in the other person’s shoe. Don’t get defensive and analyze the situation. • Commandment 10: Learn to say sorry. Stand in front of the mirror and practice, if the need be! If you are wrong, accept it. Doing so will not make you a wimp. Only a strong person has the strength to say ‘sorry’. This simple word can work like magic, try it!
  34. 34. • Being a teenager is not easy. The time between adulthood and childhood is full of changes – both physical and emotional. • With hormones raging, teenagers often find it difficult to be ‘social’. • Temper tantrums, sulking, ignoring parents – all these are standard teenage behavior. • Most teenagers feel that others ‘just don’t get it’. But we have all been there. We get it! • Equipping teenager with the right set of life skills can help manage these tumultuous years better. • Conflict resolution skills are something all teenagers must learn.