For a better self
We help our undergrads align themselves to their goals by increasing the probability to achieve their dreams and visions. We cover topics like self-image and knowing yourself, to interpersonal skills, communication in the English language, self-confidence, barriers in communication, and behavioral skills training.
We also conduct faculty development programs for teaching staff. Due to the constant changes in the education policy, we need to equip and empower our faculty to handle every challenge that comes their way. We help them understand the current trends and mindsets of the students they are working with and the challenges they are constantly battling. We believe in equipping them with the right knowledge and skills to handle youngsters today. A list of topics we will be covering are: Individual and professional development goals, career oriented skills in India, communication and presentation skills training, the role of experiential learning, semantic barriers, group activities, important lessons learned in life, morals, and values for life.
We specialize in training for corporates also. Our intent is to help them overcome challenges they may have with the role they occupy in the organisation. We do this by helping individuals understand their place in the organisation and showing them the pathway to growth and success. Some of the topics we cover in our corporate trainings are personal and professional development goals, assertiveness and soft skills training, communication and presentation skills, leadership development and critical thinking, interpersonal and team building skills.
We have been using the Experiential Learning Systems to help our students become thinkers by making experience the central role of their learning and development. The simple process of acting, experiencing, reflecting and thinking, has helped students understand that the learning outcome is not an endpoint but a resting point of an ongoing process. As we learn new ideas, we also modify and dispose of old ones. We help our students understand that learning never ends as it encompasses all of life’s stages. Every field requires unique skills and a special learning process. Firstly we need to understand that our learners have different learning styles and through the Experiential Learning theory we cater to all types of learners. There is always something for everyone.
We use simulation exercises which work really well too, by replicating real-life situations and getting students to respond, like a mock job interview or a scenario convincing parents to take up a job with night shifts. We design each of our learning sessions as an experience. The students understand that when learners and the environment interact they both are changed; we simply do not respond to the environment, we can recreate it to meet our needs.
We carefully balance sessions with tasks, engage students in practical group activities and use diverse mediums to explain theoretical concepts (audio-visual aids, ppts, performing arts, like theatre role plays) Through this recursive cycle of experience, discussion, feedback, practice and application in the real-life context, learners report increased levels of critical thinking abilities and the capacity to apply and connect theoretical knowledge with real-life application.
Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want to be done because they want to do it. The leadership training Orienting provides is specifically designed for young adults working in the corporate sector opportunities for self-development and self-improvement. Our intent is to create leaders who will in turn create a personal development plan for members of their teams and create innovative ways for personal growth. These trainings are done by using experiential learning methodologies. To be a great leader you need to be people-oriented instead of task-oriented. You need to inspire and empower people to follow you and achieve goals that have been set. This can be done through motivation and understanding the emotional quotient of your employees. A manager will tell you what to do, but a leader will ask a lot of questions and pull you along on a journey to discover the answers to those questions; this will bring about results through goals being met by tasks that are completed.
Campus to corporate is a terminology used to help to show the transition period a person goes through from ending their phase as a student to beginning their life as a young adult who is about to start a career. During this period, students from most college campuses, undergo various personal development plan programmes to prepare themselves. They start with aptitude training, and take part in placement activities conducted by the college and various companies. Using this opportunity for self-development and improvement to find the best job possible, youngsters start getting ready. Resume writing, group discussion rounds and Mock interviews are some of the activities that are conducted in campus to corporate sessions. With the help of these sessions, students are made aware of their strengths and weaknesses. They are given ample feedback on what to work on to better themselves. The students in turn take the feedback to see how they can apply it in real-time and move forward. They get enough experience and exposure of the processes involved. From applying for a job to creating the right kind of resume and clearing all the rounds. They will be made aware of the different styles of interviews also an idea of what to expect, what works and what doesn’t.
An organisation is only great when the workforce is divided into cohesive teams. This can only happen when the structure of the organisation is built in a way that helps teams to stick together. Building trust at every moment even when you don’t think it matters will foster leadership that will push you from the plateau to the peak. Working together during the hard times is what will help in developing great teams. Another reason for team building is connection. to be able to relax have a good time since a lot of work goes on otherwise, creating a connection that helps teams build a culture of belonging and trust in a group helps in strengthening bonds. Regular fun team building exercises can establish, improve and slash out instances of bad communication. It can also increase or decrease the distance between collaborative and cooperative norms so that work can happen more quickly between each other. Team building is important because it shows respect for everyone in the group, everyone matters and everyone has a voice. Teamwork encourages flexibility. By working and communicating together teams enable different perspectives to be considered. The performance and knowledge of an individual is limited compared to a group with varied skills sets. Smart leaders encourage good teamwork and give the team the authority to make decisions based on what they see is right. Smart individuals learn how to work well within a team as that is becoming more and more important in all fields of work. Great teamwork leads to great performance when it is managed well. Some of our trainings include fun outdoor camping activities, group activities and team bonding sessions. Keeping team dynamics and current styles of work in mind, we help through virtual team building activities in order to develop stronger teams. A a change of venue can be a great way to refresh teams, create enthusiasm and effective for group exercises such as Important lessons learned in life, morals, and positive sessions through outbound learning. Team building sessions are a valuable asset to any Organisation.