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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Posts by Workplace Karma: The Laws of Life at Work

Building a Community amidst Change

Hidden among the usual array of enterprise level projects are the small, internal projects that sometimes bring me more satisfaction in terms of employee engagement […]

How to engage Learners based on their Intrinsic Motivation

According to psychologists Coon & Mitterer (2010), “Intrinsic motivation occurs when we act without any obvious external rewards. We simply enjoy an activity or see […]

Welcome to Workplace Karma!

Welcome, Dear Reader! In this sticky note, you will find a list of all the posts I have published on this blog. The posts are […]

Part I: The 14 Vidyas & 64 Kalas of Ancient India

I’ve wanted to write this post for a long time! Like most Indians, I had been introduced to the concept of the 14 Vidyas and 64 Kalas, […]

Part II: The 14 Vidyas & 64 Kalas of Ancient India

In my previous post, I wrote about the 14 Vidyas (fields of education). This post is about the 64 Kalas (communication, performing arts, domestic sciences) […]

Collaboration in Training Projects

I recently had a unique collaborative experience on a multi-organization project that spans across a tightly regulated industry. In this post, I would like to […]

ADDIE & SAM: Friends not Foes

The Successive Approximation Model (SAM) has been an on and off topic of discussion in the training industry for several years, and raises its head […]

Borrowing from Social Media: Driving Traffic for your Training

I am fascinated with ongoing use of and findings in social media. What an amazing cross-discipline of content, technology, design, psychology, and marketing. As a […]

Seven Qualities I look for in a Mentee

The physicist Niels Bohr said, “An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field […]

Compliance Training Part III: Effective Course Design for Compliance Training

In the first part of this series, we discussed some of the driving forces behind Compliance Training in an organization. In the second part we […]

Free Tools for July: Review Checklist for E-learning Training Content

Today I am going to share with you one of my favoritest checklists! Once I complete an e-learning script or storyboard, I use this checklist to […]

Classroom Training Activities

I primarily work with e-learning, so it’s a ton of fun when I get the chance to create a classroom training program. It is important to […]

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