Empowering The Community

“Alone We Can Do So Little. Together We Can Do So Much.” Hellen Keller This quote sums up the essence of a community. Human beings are social animals. We are born into a family with parents, grand parents, uncles, aunts and cousins. All through our life we identify ourselves as part of this family structure. …

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Economic Empowerment For Women

When women started working outside their homes more than hundred years ago, they were limited to occupations like domestic and personal services, teachers, stenographers, typists, clerks, farm laborers, launderers, bookkeepers, cashiers, cooks, and so on. Today, 7.4% of the Fortune 500 companies have a woman as their Chief Executive Officer. Not a very impressive number, …

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Economic Empowerment

We have all heard the saying – Give a man a fish, you take care of his hunger for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you take care of his hunger for a lifetime. This can be considered the simplest and the easiest example of economic empowerment. Let us analyse this statement. …

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Employee Empowerment

We have come a long way from workers being unrecognized, bonded laborers working for their masters, to employees being partners working towards a common goal alongside the employer, negotiating terms and conditions of employment. Today, employees are considered the biggest asset of an organization and the Human Resources Department works tirelessly to increase employee satisfaction …

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Learning To Observe

Learning to observe is becoming aware of all the opportunities that abound around us each and everyday. The more we pay attention the more mindful and conscious we become of these possibilities. Such available eventualities exist in our physical world and in our online domains. Learning observation, learning by watching, how to observe people so …

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