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Rakesh Radhakrishnan

Kaggadasapura Road, Bangalore, India - 560093

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Kaggadasapura Road, Bangalore, India - 560093.

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Winning is not a function of fate but the virtue of attitude. If you are willing to go that extra mile to realize your dreams and never give up, Strast is the place for you. (Visit: strast.in)

I am a master trainer in soft skills, NLP practitioner , Leadership guru, professional mind coach and personality development guide with 5 years of amazing life changing training experience.

I have helped students, teachers, house-wives ,college graduates, working professionals , managers and CEOs of different companies through their success paths and lead them to be achievers. Campus to Corporate, and everything in between, comes with a single standard guarantee: EXCELLENCE

With the unique tools, customized techniques and diagnostics, I assist people to overcome fear, improve their self-confidence, communication skills, and break free from their limiting mindsets and guide them to live a life of purpose and accomplishments.

I established STRAST to train people on 21st century skills and make them job ready . Preparing the workforce of the future is the vision of STRAST.

Belief in self, is all it takes to make miracles happen!

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Malayalam

Hindi

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Tamil Proficient

Education

VTU 2012

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.)

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Softskills Training Offered

Anger & Stress Management Training , Goal Setting Training , Positive Thinking Training , Personal Effectiveness Training , Negotiation Skills Training , Dining Etiquette Training , Influencing Skills Training , Dale Carnegie Training , Motivational Training , Business Etiquette Training , Public Speaking Training , Assertiveness Skills Training , Behavioral Skills Training, Conflict Management, NLP Training - Confidence Building , Body Language Training , Management Training , Creative Problem Solving Skills Training , Leadership Training , Team Building Training , Decision Making Skills Training , Presentation Skills Training , Time Management Training

Teaching Experience in detail in Soft Skills Training Classes

Over the years, I have trained multiple backgrounds of people in soft skills, leadership development, public speaking, business communication, interview skills, personality development and personal branding. With a 100% success rate and strong recommendations from all my clients, I have grown the establishment several folds in a brief period. My unique models of training and methods to impart practical aspects of learning will ensure your success and every step of your journey. The delivery process is simple, yet so long standing that the learning stays with you and helps getting better throughout.

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"It was a great experience while training with mr. Rakesh Sir, He has helped me to boost my confidence to communicate with others in English. Also he has shown me a correct path to develop my skills to be a trainer. I can't Express in words how to say thanks to Rakesh sir as he has manage his timings as per my schedule. mr Rakesh is good trainer as well a good human. Thank you so much sir. "

Rakesh Radhakrishnan
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"Training was excellent with good interaction. Knowledge sharing was smooth and it helped me grasp the concepts of public speaking in an efficient way . The techniques used was really effective in understanding the essense of giving engaging presentations. Rakesh Sir is enthusiastic and really aware of what he is explaining. The course helped to build confidence, Valuable experiences and learning. I also got practical exposure wherein I was able to deliver a presentation to a class of students using the techniques I learned. I am a better speaker now, and it is helping me a lot in my job which requires regular interaction with large group of people. "

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"Committed, passionate, articulate and engaging trainer with an inspiring attitude! Rakesh sir with his diverse and extensive stints across industries, experiential learnings and several qualifications wears multiple hats. He has great ability to transfer his thoughts in a way trainee would be able to understand it in simple terms. He is a great tutor and a guide with massive knowledge across disciplines which makes his sessions impactful. Each topic in the training session was well crafted and every topic was dealt in an organized manner with theory, visuals, story as well as real-life examples. His curiosity and dedication to continuous learning helps him stand apart as a trainer and push trainees to learn new concepts in a short span of time. Above all he is a great teacher who creates a lasting impact on his students. His flexible and friendly attitude kept me energetic all the time throughout the sessions. His customized training has assisted me to reflect on my strengths and opportunities for improvement and by this means enabled me to be better at my current role in the organization. Thank you Rakesh sir for your unceasing support. "

Rakesh Radhakrishnan
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"I had taken up leadership course with Rakesh, and it has been an awesome experience till now. Rakesh comes with fantastic coaching skills, wide experience and vast knowledge. Though the class was online, it was made very interesting and collaborative with live examples, that I could relate to very well. Some concepts and stories, were an eye opener experience, to the application of leadership skills by world renowned leaders. Rakesh is also a great and empathetic mentor, who can understand our issues and tailor his training based on our specific needs. He also provided very good support in interview preparation and followed-up very closely to ensure I cracked my interviews well. I am happy to have found him as a guide in my journey to enhance my leadership and innovation capabilities. I would definitely recommend him for a mentorship training to help in making the finest leaders that Industry needs today.All the best wishes to Rakesh and his initiatives. "

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FAQs

1. Which Softskills Training do you offer?

Anger & Stress Management Training , Goal Setting Training , Positive Thinking Training and others

2. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Behavioural Training, Campus Placement Training, Communication Skills Training, Corporate Training, Interview Skills, Lean - 6 Sigma, Personal Grooming, Personality Development Training, Quantitative Aptitude and Soft Skills Training Classes.

3. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

4. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 5 years.

Answers by Rakesh (5)

Answered on 27/03/2020 Campus Placement Training

Ways to improve English and enrich your vocabulary : *, READ ENGLISH BOOKS & ARTICLES*You must have a daily habit of reading every day!Reading is a fantastic way to help you with your spoken English. You will learn new words and phrases, plus it will help you remember English grammar.You can read... ...more

Ways to improve English and enrich your vocabulary :

 

*, READ ENGLISH BOOKS & ARTICLES*
You must have a daily habit of reading every day!
Reading is a fantastic way to help you with your spoken English. You will learn new words and phrases, plus it will help you remember English grammar.
You can read whatever you want, *but you must read.*
Read novels, stories, the news, history, websites or comics — no problem. *But learn something every day.*
Take whatever you are reading and *read out loud.* Go somewhere to a quiet place
Don't read out quietly!
*Readout with a loud voice*. It is a great way to help you with spoken English.
All you have to do is look at the reading material and read it aloud.

 *PRACTICE ENGLISH COLLOCATIONS*
English collocations are groups of words that are usually used together as a phrase. They are very common in English.
By learning these, you will make your English sound more fluent, more natural, more like a native speaker.
These are some examples of English collocations:
Go on a trip
Take a nap
Make a suggestion
Get permission
Do my hair
Have lunch
There are English collocations everywhere you look.
Any time you find a new English collocation, write it down in your notebook.
It will help you with your spoken English.
 
*SHADOWING*
Shadowing is an excellent technique devised to speak fluently.

To do the shadowing exercise, you will need the following items:
A smartphone
An English audio recording — maybe a podcast or a news report
A transcript of the record — this is all the words said in the podcast typed out for you to read
A pair of earphones
A small amount of courage!
Once you have all of these things, then you need to follow these steps:
ONE
Listen to the podcast or news recording. Is it too easy? Too difficult? It has to be something at YOUR level but with just the right amount of challenge for you.
TWO
Listen again and again until you can understand as much of it as you can. You need to be able to understand what the speakers are saying and the context of the podcast or news report.
Yes, there will be words you do not understand — don't worry about that. As long as you know most of it, that is enough.
THREE
Listen again, but this time read the transcript to find out all the new and challenging words. Pay close attention to these words. Look them up in a dictionary.
Listen to the sound of these new words.
FOUR
Listen again and — as the speaker is speaking on the podcast — read out the transcript at the same time.
There should be a slight delay between the speaker and your voice. It is the 'shadowing' aspect of this exercise.
Repeat this section a few times until you feel comfortable saying most of the transcript.
FIVE
Now go outside. Take your smartphone and earphones with you.
Go outside and walk around at a quick pace.
Get your energy levels high!
Play the recording on your phone and repeat everything you hear. You should know most of it from practising stage four.
No, you will not get all of it right. You will make mistakes. But don't worry!
Keep your head up, walk at a quick pace, and look in front of you with confidence.
I can promise you this has a potent psychological effect!
SIX
Keep trying. Try to repeat all that you hear. Speak loudly and clearly.
You might feel very shy to do this at first, but it will make you feel more confident later.
This exercise can help you with speaking English
Keep doing it until you can say all the recording without making any mistakes.

OTHER METHODS TO TRY
There are a few different methods you can try on your own. These can also help you with English speaking.
Watching English-language movies
Talking to yourself in the mirror
Reading out loud
TO CONCLUDE
The point is, it all comes down to how much work you are prepared to do.
The more you put into it, the more you will get from it.
 
If you go to the gym only once a week for three hours, how much benefit are you going to get from it?
What about if you went to the gym every day for 45 minutes?
It is much better to practice English every day for just a short time than to do marathon sessions once a week.
All the best in your learning journey:) make the best use of this time to sharpen your skills.

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1809: born on Feb 12 1816: He was forced out of his home and he had to work to support his family 1818: HIs mother passed away 1828: his sister passed away 1831: His business venture failed 1832: He ran for state legisture, lost Same year lost his job . Was not able to get into law school as... ...more

1809: born on Feb 12

1816: He was forced out of his home and he had to work to support his family

1818: HIs mother passed away

1828: his sister passed away 

1831: His business venture failed 

1832: He ran for state legisture,  lost 

Same year lost his job . Was not able to get into law school as he was rejected

1833: He borrowed money from his friend to start business, again failed 

1834: He ran for state legisture again.  NOW HE WON 

However destiny had another plans for him .

1835: His fiancee passed away 

1836: he suffered a nervous breakdown 

1836: he sought to become speaker of the state legislature. Defeated again 

1840: He sought to become elector . Defeated

1843: He ran for Congress.  He lost 

1846: He ran for Congress again.  HE WON . 

1848: He ran for re-election to Congress.  He lost 

1849: He applied for the position of land officer in his home state . He didn't get the job

1850: HIs son dies ( from 2nd marriage)

1854: He ran for the Senate of the United states.  He lost 

1856: Not able to get through vice presidential nomination because he got less than 100.votes 

1858: He ran for the senate again.  Lost again 

1860: ABRAHAM LINCOLN IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

 

Despite his setbacks Lincoln never lost sight of the belief that he could make a positive difference in the world .

He had the SELF CONFIDENCE in his abilities and persevered though obstacles and became the PRESIDENT of United states. 

 

THIS IS SELF CONFIDENCE .

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Answered on 26/08/2017 Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

1)Solve chapter wise questions (There are about 13 important topics in aptitude and about 11 to 12 topics in reasoning) 2)Solve topic wise bank exam questions -you will become more confident 3)Solve previous year bank papers (About 6 to 7 papers ) "Practice makes you perfect and hence you got the... ...more
1)Solve chapter wise questions (There are about 13 important topics in aptitude and about 11 to 12 topics in reasoning) 2)Solve topic wise bank exam questions -you will become more confident 3)Solve previous year bank papers (About 6 to 7 papers ) "Practice makes you perfect and hence you got the reply on"how to crack aptitude for government exams:) Hope this is clear Regards Rakesh
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Answered on 26/08/2017 Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

In time and work , If A can do a piece of work in n days, then A's 1 day's work=1/n and If A's 1 day's work=1/n, then A can finish the work in n days . Therefore: 1/A+1/B+1/C=10 days(This is equation 1) , whereas 1/B+1/C=20 days(This is equation 2) substitute equation (2) in (1) and we can get the... ...more
In time and work , If A can do a piece of work in n days, then A's 1 day's work=1/n and If A's 1 day's work=1/n, then A can finish the work in n days . Therefore: 1/A+1/B+1/C=10 days(This is equation 1) , whereas 1/B+1/C=20 days(This is equation 2) substitute equation (2) in (1) and we can get the value of A if working alone. Hope this clears your doubt Regards Rakesh
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Answered on 26/08/2017 Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

Remainder is always positive in modular arithmetic if the divisor is positive. According to Euclid's division algorithm lemma remainder in mathematics is always defined as a positive number. So remainder can not be a negative number in any case
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Years of Experience in Soft Skills Training Classes

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Softskills Training Offered

Anger & Stress Management Training , Goal Setting Training , Positive Thinking Training , Personal Effectiveness Training , Negotiation Skills Training , Dining Etiquette Training , Influencing Skills Training , Dale Carnegie Training , Motivational Training , Business Etiquette Training , Public Speaking Training , Assertiveness Skills Training , Behavioral Skills Training, Conflict Management, NLP Training - Confidence Building , Body Language Training , Management Training , Creative Problem Solving Skills Training , Leadership Training , Team Building Training , Decision Making Skills Training , Presentation Skills Training , Time Management Training

Teaching Experience in detail in Soft Skills Training Classes

Over the years, I have trained multiple backgrounds of people in soft skills, leadership development, public speaking, business communication, interview skills, personality development and personal branding. With a 100% success rate and strong recommendations from all my clients, I have grown the establishment several folds in a brief period. My unique models of training and methods to impart practical aspects of learning will ensure your success and every step of your journey. The delivery process is simple, yet so long standing that the learning stays with you and helps getting better throughout.

Communication Skills Training 5.0

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Teaching Experience in detail in Personality Development Training Classes

With my specially designed tools and techniques , i have worked with 300 plus clients having 1000 + hours of training experience . I am committed to you lifetime so that you have an awesome personality.

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Answers by Rakesh (5)

Answered on 27/03/2020 Campus Placement Training

Ways to improve English and enrich your vocabulary : *, READ ENGLISH BOOKS & ARTICLES*You must have a daily habit of reading every day!Reading is a fantastic way to help you with your spoken English. You will learn new words and phrases, plus it will help you remember English grammar.You can read... ...more

Ways to improve English and enrich your vocabulary :

 

*, READ ENGLISH BOOKS & ARTICLES*
You must have a daily habit of reading every day!
Reading is a fantastic way to help you with your spoken English. You will learn new words and phrases, plus it will help you remember English grammar.
You can read whatever you want, *but you must read.*
Read novels, stories, the news, history, websites or comics — no problem. *But learn something every day.*
Take whatever you are reading and *read out loud.* Go somewhere to a quiet place
Don't read out quietly!
*Readout with a loud voice*. It is a great way to help you with spoken English.
All you have to do is look at the reading material and read it aloud.

 *PRACTICE ENGLISH COLLOCATIONS*
English collocations are groups of words that are usually used together as a phrase. They are very common in English.
By learning these, you will make your English sound more fluent, more natural, more like a native speaker.
These are some examples of English collocations:
Go on a trip
Take a nap
Make a suggestion
Get permission
Do my hair
Have lunch
There are English collocations everywhere you look.
Any time you find a new English collocation, write it down in your notebook.
It will help you with your spoken English.
 
*SHADOWING*
Shadowing is an excellent technique devised to speak fluently.

To do the shadowing exercise, you will need the following items:
A smartphone
An English audio recording — maybe a podcast or a news report
A transcript of the record — this is all the words said in the podcast typed out for you to read
A pair of earphones
A small amount of courage!
Once you have all of these things, then you need to follow these steps:
ONE
Listen to the podcast or news recording. Is it too easy? Too difficult? It has to be something at YOUR level but with just the right amount of challenge for you.
TWO
Listen again and again until you can understand as much of it as you can. You need to be able to understand what the speakers are saying and the context of the podcast or news report.
Yes, there will be words you do not understand — don't worry about that. As long as you know most of it, that is enough.
THREE
Listen again, but this time read the transcript to find out all the new and challenging words. Pay close attention to these words. Look them up in a dictionary.
Listen to the sound of these new words.
FOUR
Listen again and — as the speaker is speaking on the podcast — read out the transcript at the same time.
There should be a slight delay between the speaker and your voice. It is the 'shadowing' aspect of this exercise.
Repeat this section a few times until you feel comfortable saying most of the transcript.
FIVE
Now go outside. Take your smartphone and earphones with you.
Go outside and walk around at a quick pace.
Get your energy levels high!
Play the recording on your phone and repeat everything you hear. You should know most of it from practising stage four.
No, you will not get all of it right. You will make mistakes. But don't worry!
Keep your head up, walk at a quick pace, and look in front of you with confidence.
I can promise you this has a potent psychological effect!
SIX
Keep trying. Try to repeat all that you hear. Speak loudly and clearly.
You might feel very shy to do this at first, but it will make you feel more confident later.
This exercise can help you with speaking English
Keep doing it until you can say all the recording without making any mistakes.

OTHER METHODS TO TRY
There are a few different methods you can try on your own. These can also help you with English speaking.
Watching English-language movies
Talking to yourself in the mirror
Reading out loud
TO CONCLUDE
The point is, it all comes down to how much work you are prepared to do.
The more you put into it, the more you will get from it.
 
If you go to the gym only once a week for three hours, how much benefit are you going to get from it?
What about if you went to the gym every day for 45 minutes?
It is much better to practice English every day for just a short time than to do marathon sessions once a week.
All the best in your learning journey:) make the best use of this time to sharpen your skills.

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Answered on 21/01/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Learner and Learning +2 Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Enriching Learning through Information and Communication Technology Special Education/Special Education (Learning Disabilities) less

1809: born on Feb 12 1816: He was forced out of his home and he had to work to support his family 1818: HIs mother passed away 1828: his sister passed away 1831: His business venture failed 1832: He ran for state legisture, lost Same year lost his job . Was not able to get into law school as... ...more

1809: born on Feb 12

1816: He was forced out of his home and he had to work to support his family

1818: HIs mother passed away

1828: his sister passed away 

1831: His business venture failed 

1832: He ran for state legisture,  lost 

Same year lost his job . Was not able to get into law school as he was rejected

1833: He borrowed money from his friend to start business, again failed 

1834: He ran for state legisture again.  NOW HE WON 

However destiny had another plans for him .

1835: His fiancee passed away 

1836: he suffered a nervous breakdown 

1836: he sought to become speaker of the state legislature. Defeated again 

1840: He sought to become elector . Defeated

1843: He ran for Congress.  He lost 

1846: He ran for Congress again.  HE WON . 

1848: He ran for re-election to Congress.  He lost 

1849: He applied for the position of land officer in his home state . He didn't get the job

1850: HIs son dies ( from 2nd marriage)

1854: He ran for the Senate of the United states.  He lost 

1856: Not able to get through vice presidential nomination because he got less than 100.votes 

1858: He ran for the senate again.  Lost again 

1860: ABRAHAM LINCOLN IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

 

Despite his setbacks Lincoln never lost sight of the belief that he could make a positive difference in the world .

He had the SELF CONFIDENCE in his abilities and persevered though obstacles and became the PRESIDENT of United states. 

 

THIS IS SELF CONFIDENCE .

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Answered on 26/08/2017 Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

1)Solve chapter wise questions (There are about 13 important topics in aptitude and about 11 to 12 topics in reasoning) 2)Solve topic wise bank exam questions -you will become more confident 3)Solve previous year bank papers (About 6 to 7 papers ) "Practice makes you perfect and hence you got the... ...more
1)Solve chapter wise questions (There are about 13 important topics in aptitude and about 11 to 12 topics in reasoning) 2)Solve topic wise bank exam questions -you will become more confident 3)Solve previous year bank papers (About 6 to 7 papers ) "Practice makes you perfect and hence you got the reply on"how to crack aptitude for government exams:) Hope this is clear Regards Rakesh
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Answered on 26/08/2017 Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

In time and work , If A can do a piece of work in n days, then A's 1 day's work=1/n and If A's 1 day's work=1/n, then A can finish the work in n days . Therefore: 1/A+1/B+1/C=10 days(This is equation 1) , whereas 1/B+1/C=20 days(This is equation 2) substitute equation (2) in (1) and we can get the... ...more
In time and work , If A can do a piece of work in n days, then A's 1 day's work=1/n and If A's 1 day's work=1/n, then A can finish the work in n days . Therefore: 1/A+1/B+1/C=10 days(This is equation 1) , whereas 1/B+1/C=20 days(This is equation 2) substitute equation (2) in (1) and we can get the value of A if working alone. Hope this clears your doubt Regards Rakesh
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Answered on 26/08/2017 Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

Remainder is always positive in modular arithmetic if the divisor is positive. According to Euclid's division algorithm lemma remainder in mathematics is always defined as a positive number. So remainder can not be a negative number in any case
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Rakesh Radhakrishnan describes himself as Learning programs to help you be your best self and excel both in professional and personal spheres.. He conducts classes in Behavioural Training, Campus Placement Training and Communication Skills Training. Rakesh is located in Kaggadasapura Road, Bangalore. Rakesh takes at students Home and Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 5 years of teaching experience . Rakesh has completed Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) from VTU in 2012. HeĀ is well versed in Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi and English. Rakesh has got 38 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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