Wednesday, 19 April 2017


Training help us to develop ourselves. Even if we know many things , the same things inform by someone to do influence us. So each training programme help us for career development.Effective teacher training helps prepare new teachers for these challenges. And it provides an Understanding of the Benchmarks for Achievement Today we had an excellent leaders training Programme at Habitat School Ajman. Mr. Adil, Mr. Wasim Yousuf , Mr. Aravind and Mr. Haris led different presentation.

Session – 1
Where were we ?

Points noted during various presentation

If you are a leader, the true measure of your success is not getting people to work. It's not getting people to work hard. It is getting people to work hard together. That takes commitment." John C. Maxwell

Session – 2
Best practices in writing business email

Session – 3


Mr. Waseem read the story of Mullah Nasruddin.
(I wrote two lined and collected by searching it. It given below.)

The Way

One sunny spring afternoon Nasrudin was sitting peacefully by the imposing North gate of Samarkand watching the colourful string of caravans following each other and followed in turn by the curious glances of the populace.
A stranger, an obviously rich merchant from Persia about to leave town, felt attracted by Hodja’s honest-looking turban and stopped his convoy to inquire about the dangers of travel.
Salutations to you venerable Mullah,” he said. “I am going to Herat. Is the road secure? Will I get there safely?”
You will not reach your destination,” answered Hodja in a confidential low voice.
So there are robbers on the road?” worried the merchant lowering his own voice.
No, there aren’t. They are too afraid of Emir Timur.”
Is the road difficult? I have good camels and my horses are strong!” continued the traveller.
The road is good, but you will never get there.”
By now the merchant was deeply disturbed:
Is there a lack or water and food on the path? I took many provisions in my luggage.”
That will not suffice.”
Other hardships to expect? I have money to replace whatever is needed.”
No use. You better change your plan.”
The traveller grew irritated: “But I must go to Herat and I am a determined man. And who are you to be so certain that I will not arrive?”
Look, my good man,” replied Nasrudin, “let me make it plain for you: the better the camels and horses, the more provisions, money and resolve, the less you will get to Herat. Herat is South and you are heading North.”

Theme 2

Leadership way of Shackleton

Sir Ernest Shackleton has been called "the greatest leader that ever came on God's earth, bar none" for saving the lives of the twenty-seven men stranded with him in the Antarctic for almost two years. Because of his courageous actions, he remains to this day a model for great leadership and masterful crisis management. Now, through anecdotes, the diaries of the men in his crew, and Shackleton's own writing, Shackleton's leadership style and time-honored principles are translated for the modern business world.
Ref - k ( The Endurance falling victim to the ice in October 1915.) 
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Shackleton’s Way of Developing Leadership Skills
  1. Find a way to turn setbacks and failures to your advantage.
  2. Be bold in vision and careful in planning.
  3. Learn from past mistakes—yours and those made by others.
  4. Never insist on reaching a goal at any cost.
  5. Don’t be drawn into public disputes with rivals.  Rather, engage in respectful competition.

Shackleton’s Way of Selecting for Getting the Group through a Crisis
  • Give your staff an occasional reality check to keep them on course.
  • Keep your malcontents close to you.
  • Defuse tension. In high-stress situations, use humor to put people at ease and keep your staff positive.
  • Let go of the past. Don’t waste time or energy regretting past mistakes.
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Session 4 - ICT

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LMS _ Learning Management System



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