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So two more countries got added to my list of places to visit – Argentina and Oman Why? because of the awesome descriptions I heard about these countries during a CBS Global session. What is CBS global? A 10-20 min presentation (slash sales pitch) by a CBS student about his/her country Interesting trivia about Oman: … Continue reading

APAD #CBS: CBS Matters

I attended my first CBS matters today – it was amazing! Interacting with people during class or happy hours at the campus is one thing, but listening to their life story and what their ambitions and plans just makes you know and see someone in a very different light! Simply put, it is a 10 … Continue reading

APAD #CBS: On core competencies

So, tonnes of management literature suggest that every individual should have a core-competency – something that makes them valuable – or something they can sell! And during a session by the Public Speaking Association of Columbia Business School, I found mine. It was an event called the BullSh** Competition – basically, you come on stage, … Continue reading

APAD #CBS: All sorts of Feedback

This week in our course ‘The Leader’s Voice’, we decided to seek feedback about our communication from the class – well, here’s what I got! The first step to improvement is knowing your flaws; the first step to knowing your flaws is seeking feedback – some cool philosopher (could have very well been me)

What have you learnt from Gunda ?

Warning! This is meant only for a Gunda-watching audience! Any misunderstanding of the intended meaning is entirely a concern of the viewer. I had made this presentation as part of my project on Principles of Management These are just a few insights i could gain from the movie! The Holy Grail of intelligence that the … Continue reading

There are no presentations, only stories

A lot of people wonder what went wrong with their presentation after it was delivered – “I had all the data, I had used a lot of graphics, the slide design was very good”..wonder why I could not capture the audience’s attention! The thing wrong with your presentation is that it is a presentation! If … Continue reading