Like every individual who intends to volunteer, I had some inhibitions too when I agreed to volunteer for GYAN on ‘Volunteer Management’. Having served at various roles for 8.5 years and a background of volunteer management didn’t add to letting off my fear and nervousness. The ‘yes’to taking the workshop was soon followed by constant…… Continue reading The Magic of Volunteering!!
I met a friend from College who is an excellent soft skills trainer during Give Back NGO Expo. She is extremely talented and I was trying to convince her to be GYAN trainer, while she was convinced to give the training she kept on repeating that she has immense stage fear and fear of public…… Continue reading How volunteering helped me develop new skills!!
Ms Roma Mehta, from Living Design, a design house that believes that design and creativity elevates communication. She has created promotional material in print and digital media for nonprofits and foundations in Taiwan, Australia, DRC Congo and India. She manages a design and print business in Taiwan and is now based in Kolkata. Roma also loves art and works on creative art…… Continue reading “Our first and foremost duty is to serve humanity”
On 29th January 2014, we accomplished GYAN on “Creating a Powerful PowerPoint Presentation” at VRC – Saltlake and the session was piloted by Ms Roma Mehta About Roma Mehta: She is from Living Design [www.livingdesignindia.com] – a design house that believes that design and creativity elevates communication. She has created promotional material in print and…… Continue reading “POWERING YOUR PRESENTATION” – a short history of an empowered PowerPoint by Roma Mehta
I was forwarded the invite for Gyan session on effective presentation skills by my organisation’s founder. In my capacity as the communications and outreach associate of Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT), these skills are at heart of what I do, therefore I quickly lapped up the opportunity. I arrived at the Qutub Institutional Area at…… Continue reading Effective Presentation Skills: Lessons from Gyan Session