Nitya Gurukula Workshops are NG People Work interventions in groups
Wherein participants achieve Holistic Wellness and Competencies
Individually and collectively;
Collectives of individuals from
Diverse ages, professions, qualifications and backgrounds
Meet, explore, share and work with contractual goals
For agreed upon durations.
NG Workshop themes are chosen by the NG Trainers
From the expressed and unexpressed needs of clients, trainees and
Wish and intend to grow themselves, beyond their comfort levels and zones.
NG Workshop goals are created and tuned to suit participant needs
By NG Trainer Sashi
Assisted by the NG Resource Team
|Ongoing Workshops||Managing infertility, Grooming, Parenting-Learning to Grow, Growing to Learn, Energy Work, Holistic Professionalism, Holistic Communication, Faculty development, Organizational development||Body-mind-spirit-social connectivity thru contracting, Competency creation and building||Guru Within in action,
Enhanced Self Esteem,
Reduced stress, Holistic
|2012 to 2016||NG Sangam- confluence of NG Trainees, Clients, Well-Wishers, Seekers||Transformations, Evoluting Self||Transformations & movement, Macro and micro perspective of Self-Other-Environment|
|2002 to 2012||Excellence Workshops for School populations- management, teachers, board exam students and parents||Contact and contract to enhance outcome for all populations||Enhanced outcomes in marks, relationships,
|1991 to 2002||Cancer care, Emotional intelligence & leadership, Empowerment, Art & music sessions for cancer persons||Caring, Relationships||Healing self & relationships, Effective leadership skills|
|1990s to 2002||Educating educators||Awareness and student – teacher relationships||Learning environments and relationships building|
|1980s||Women's Groups||Self Awareness & Problem Solving using Transactional Analysis, Parenting||Awareness, Solutions|
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