Workplace Karma: The Laws of Life at Work

I am a Training and Performance Consultant from India currently based in Zürich, Switzerland. Over the last 12 years, I have consulted for clients in the retail, technology, manufacturing, banking, shipping, BPO, and healthcare industries. My areas of interest lie in learning design, e-learning and learning technologies, user interaction, informal and social learning, and continuous training strategies, including stakeholder and change management strategies for enterprise level training programs.

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Data, Learning, & Culture

This post is also published here on the Association of Talent Development Community Page. In his 2012 book, The Signal & the Noise, statistician Nate Silver explains […]

Using Social Media as a Learning Strategy

As some of you know, I work as an Associate Director of Training for a Vaccines Medical Affairs team. Our primary training content is scientific […]

Using Reflection as a Learning Resource: Part 1 of 2

As part of a learning academy at my workplace, we provide more than 35 hours of mandatory training to a group of approx. 100 nominated […]

Using Reflection as a Learning Resource: Part 2 of 2

Welcome back, dear Reader! In Part 1 of this post, we reviewed some of the benefits of using Reflection as a learning tool based on […]

A Focus on Qualitative Research

I am currently enrolled in a course on qualitative research and learning so much from it. Or, to be more correct, ‘unlearning’ so much from […]

The Power of Story-telling

Whenever we discuss storytelling as a training technique, I am reminded of an experience at one of my previous workplaces. The organization was based in […]

What’s the deal with Personas?

Do you find it beneficial to use personas during your training requirements research? Have you used personas to conduct audience interviews, or to present findings […]

Part II: Women & Leadership: Ideas for Support & Growth

Tomorrow, March 08, is International Women’s Day. In this 2nd part to my previous post, I propose some solutions for the challenges women face when aiming for […]

ADDIE vs Kotter’s 8 Steps: Change Management for a Training Program

In this post, I try to identify why the popular, training project management, ADDIE Model (Analysis- Design-Develop-Implement- Evaluate) cannot be applied to certain types of […]

Usability Checklist for designing Learning Content & Platforms

Even if you don’t always remember the details, just keeping these 18 usability attributes at the back of your mind for any learning project will […]

Part I: Women & Leadership: Challenges

Building up towards World’s Women’s Day next month (March 08), I am dedicating this post and the next to identifying challenges in, and remedial frameworks […]

Using 70:20:10 as a Reference

My last project of 2016 is to review and re-design the learning strategy for a legacy systems training program. As we start looking at historical […]

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