The one who is pleasant and takes time to answer your questions; or the one who treats you like a number in a long line. Which secretary do you retain when times are lean? The one whose attitude is positive and upbeat, and who is always willing to help; or the one who is inflexible and has a hard time admitting mistakes? Likewise, think about Teacher. The one who has a great work ethic and encourages his colleagues is the one who will, most likely, excel in his position and organization.
In these situations, it’s the way you act, think & feel that matters.
Many CEO’s of Companies and Principles of College are voicing their fears that the skill they have is not the skill they need. In recent years, he has heard from clients, executives, and human resources professionals that their organizations are experiencing skill deficiencies within their employee base. The rumblings began nearly a decade ago and have grown louder and stronger. Colleges & Schools has offered intense academic coaching’s, while trying to provide the best systems for identifying, selecting and developing key skills still aren’t sure that they are building the capacity they need for the future.
Outstanding New Jaycee Award of JCI Salem Metro in 2001. Selected as President of 23 years Heritage LOM JCI Salem Metro in the second year itself. Won 6 Zone Awards including Outstanding LOM award during his President ship in 2002. Outstanding Performance Award as Zone Director in 2004. Outstanding Performance Award as Zone Vice President in 2005. National Trainer from JCI-India and Certified Local Trainer from JCI-University, USA. Pilot Faculty for Speech Craft in 2011 and for ZTWS in 2012.
Conferred as JFP JCI India Foundation Patron. In the year 2012-2013 has won the GOLDEN EDUCATIONIST AWARD from International Institute of Education and Management for outstanding Achievement in Educational field of activities.