Be better<br />VividhPawaskar<br />www.youthempowermentsolutions.org<br />vividhpawaskar@sify.com<br />9822988918<br />
24<br />100<br />How many small circles <br />can you draw in a minute?<br />Write only the number <br />in the top left-h...
SWOT ANALYSIS<br />Factors affecting a person can usually be classified as: <br />Internal factors<br />Strengths (S) <br ...
JOHARI WINDOW<br />KNOWN TO SELF UNKNOWN TO SELF<br />KNOWN <br />TO OTHERS<br />OPEN               BLIND<br />HIDDEN     ...
The human brain is a wonderful organ…it starts functioning the moment you are born…<br />… and never stops <br />until the...
A Good Speechshould be like a mini-skirt<br />Short enough to be interestingLong enough to cover everything<br />
Formulae for Speeches<br />9822988918  jcimargao@sify.com<br />
WELCOME ADDRESS<br />
FORMULA: " MR. G.O.O.S.E."<br />MR.=  Mr. Chairman, Chief Guest Mr..................................., Guest of Honor Mr.....
REMEMBER: <br />Welcome is always done standing.<br />
INTRODUCTION SPEECH<br />
PURPOSE is to highlight the presence of, build image of the person, so both the Guest and the audience are in best mood.<b...
FORMULA: T.O.P.S.<br />TOPIC: of this meeting [ 1-2 sentences ] <br />OCCASION: of this meeting [1-2 sentences]<br />PERSO...
REMEMBER :<br />Do not disclose the name, till the very end.<br />Introduction should be not more than 2-3 minutes.<br />D...
VOTE OF THANKS<br />
FORMULA : THREE C <br />First C = CONCLUDE<br />One sentence to indicate that the program has completed, and how interesti...
REMEMBER -<br />We don't thank ourselves : so no thanks to President, Project Director, Host Chapter, Manager, Our Team Wo...
ANNOUNCEMENTS<br />
A simple sequence generally quite effective is..<br />A sentence or two to create suspense, interest ...<br />Wake them up...
Together<br />Towards<br />excellence<br />
FORMING<br />Friendly, but no trust yet<br />Leader directs<br />Processes ignored<br />No roles and responsibilities<br />
STORMING<br />Cluster starts to suggest ideas<br />Relationships made and broken<br />Don’t get stuckin this stage<br />Ne...
NORMING<br />Agreed rules and values<br />Know their individual contributions<br />Consultant can take a step back<br />Do...
PERFORMING<br />Not all clusters make it to this stage<br />Independent, motivated and confident<br />Respect, collaborati...
TYPES OF TEAM MEMBERS<br />DEADWOOD<br />
TYPES OF TEAM MEMBERS<br />SLEEPING ELEPHANTS<br />
TYPES OF TEAM MEMBERS<br />WORK HORSES<br />
TYPES OF TEAM MEMBERS<br />STARS<br />
TEAM-WORK…WORKS!<br />Together Everyone Achieves More<br />
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  1. 1. Be better<br />VividhPawaskar<br />www.youthempowermentsolutions.org<br />vividhpawaskar@sify.com<br />9822988918<br />
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  4. 4. 24<br />100<br />How many small circles <br />can you draw in a minute?<br />Write only the number <br />in the top left-hand corner…<br />Self- relevance, self-knowledge and self control<br />in these alone lie sovereign power<br />He who rules self, rules others<br />Aye, is lord and master of the universe!<br />
  5. 5. SWOT ANALYSIS<br />Factors affecting a person can usually be classified as: <br />Internal factors<br />Strengths (S) <br />Weaknesses (W)<br />External factors<br />Opportunities (O) <br />Threats (T)<br />TRANSFORM<br />MATCH<br />TRANSFORM<br />
  6. 6. JOHARI WINDOW<br />KNOWN TO SELF UNKNOWN TO SELF<br />KNOWN <br />TO OTHERS<br />OPEN BLIND<br />HIDDEN UNKNOWN<br />UNKNOWN <br />TO OTHERS<br />
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  8. 8. The human brain is a wonderful organ…it starts functioning the moment you are born…<br />… and never stops <br />until the first time <br />you get up to make a speech<br />
  9. 9. A Good Speechshould be like a mini-skirt<br />Short enough to be interestingLong enough to cover everything<br />
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  11. 11. Formulae for Speeches<br />9822988918 jcimargao@sify.com<br />
  12. 12. WELCOME ADDRESS<br />
  13. 13. FORMULA: " MR. G.O.O.S.E."<br />MR.= Mr. Chairman, Chief Guest Mr..................................., Guest of Honor Mr......................................, other Dignitaries, Guests & invitees, Press & TV, Delegates/Participants, Ladies & Gentlemen. <br />G = General Welcome. Welcome to the ................................. (Exact name of the program - organized by/conducted by/hosted by............................................................(Name of the organization). <br />O = Organization. Say two sentences about the organization <br />O = Occasion. Few sentences about importance of the program <br />S = SPECIAL WELCOMES. Welcome one by one, in one or two sentences in the same order as above ( i.e., Chief Guest, Guest of Honor, Invitees, Press, People) <br />E = End. Once again welcome everybody and hope that......... They will enjoy, it would be very useful, a memorable experience, a turning point, a milestone, create history, open a great future, reach new heights . . . . <br />
  14. 14. REMEMBER: <br />Welcome is always done standing.<br />
  15. 15. INTRODUCTION SPEECH<br />
  16. 16. PURPOSE is to highlight the presence of, build image of the person, so both the Guest and the audience are in best mood.<br />Get the BIO-DATA.<br />GO BEYOND & BEHIND BIO-DATA. <br />Get more details. If possible talk to the person. Find out the real human being behind the picture. Unknown facts, personal interests, achievement in other field, his philosophy , faith, travel abroad, interest in Charity/Service etc.<br />An ever effective sequence for introduction is my formula...<br />
  17. 17. FORMULA: T.O.P.S.<br />TOPIC: of this meeting [ 1-2 sentences ] <br />OCCASION: of this meeting [1-2 sentences]<br />PERSON: BIO-DATA<br />SALUTE: Closing sentence.<br />BEGIN by briefly relating presence of this Man in this meeting.<br />BUILD UP the person by telling the Bio Data in an orderly manner.<br />END by high lighting & announcing the name of V.I.P. i.e. <br />" May we present to you , The Chairman of BPL Group of Companies, Managing Trusty of CARE foundation, and a Renowned Author , Mr. Vividh Pawaskar !! "<br />
  18. 18. REMEMBER :<br />Do not disclose the name, till the very end.<br />Introduction should be not more than 2-3 minutes.<br />Don't praise falsely, it is insulting.<br />Don't praise too much, it is disgusting.<br />Don't repeat adjectives, don't use clichés, it is boring (i.e. He is great this, great that, One and only. None other than. Etc.)<br />Intro. is not reading Bio-Data, it is image building.<br />After finishing the intro just say small "THANQ".<br />
  19. 19. VOTE OF THANKS<br />
  20. 20. FORMULA : THREE C <br />First C = CONCLUDE<br />One sentence to indicate that the program has completed, and how interesting/meaningful/memorable it has been (Avoid using 'grand success' or such boring clichés).<br />Second C = C H A P<br />Special thanks in this sequence :-<br />C >CHIEF GUEST, Guest of honor, other Guests,<br />H >HELPERS like Major Donors, Sponsors, etc.<br />A >ASSISTANCE. People who assisted you in other small ways, free hall, advertisements, free publicity, lunch, tea, vehicles, music volunteers, Press etc.<br />P > PARTICIPANTS<br />Third C = CU (see you)<br />Once again on behalf of your organization thank all and hope to see them again in your future program / act on the resolutions of this meeting etc.<br />
  21. 21. REMEMBER -<br />We don't thank ourselves : so no thanks to President, Project Director, Host Chapter, Manager, Our Team Workers etc.<br />
  22. 22. ANNOUNCEMENTS<br />
  23. 23. A simple sequence generally quite effective is..<br />A sentence or two to create suspense, interest ...<br />Wake them up & catch the attention.<br />Name of the Program & its usefulness.<br />Where, When, Who can join, Fees, Faculty etc.<br />APPEAL : to join, to donate, to applaud etc.<br />Whom to contact - his Phone nos.<br />Loudly repeat in one sentence - Date, Time, Venue, Contact Person, Contact Phone number.<br />
  24. 24. Together<br />Towards<br />excellence<br />
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  26. 26. FORMING<br />Friendly, but no trust yet<br />Leader directs<br />Processes ignored<br />No roles and responsibilities<br />
  27. 27. STORMING<br />Cluster starts to suggest ideas<br />Relationships made and broken<br />Don’t get stuckin this stage<br />Needs good facilitation<br />
  28. 28. NORMING<br />Agreed rules and values<br />Know their individual contributions<br />Consultant can take a step back<br />Don’t lose focus<br />
  29. 29. PERFORMING<br />Not all clusters make it to this stage<br />Independent, motivated and confident<br />Respect, collaboration and communication<br />Agreed vision and strategy<br />
  30. 30. TYPES OF TEAM MEMBERS<br />DEADWOOD<br />
  31. 31. TYPES OF TEAM MEMBERS<br />SLEEPING ELEPHANTS<br />
  32. 32. TYPES OF TEAM MEMBERS<br />WORK HORSES<br />
  33. 33. TYPES OF TEAM MEMBERS<br />STARS<br />
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  35. 35. TEAM-WORK…WORKS!<br />Together Everyone Achieves More<br />

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