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Girijaa D.

Vidyavihar, Mumbai, India - 400086

Girijaa D. Soft Skills trainer in Mumbai

Girijaa D.

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Vidyavihar, Mumbai, India - 400086.

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Master Coach in English Speaking, Business English, Soft Skills and Behavioral Skills, Presentation Skills and NLP Coach.

• I have fifteen years of experience in full-time teaching undergraduate, post graduate, engineering and management students in reputed institutions of Mumbai, and training corporate employees of different cadres from various sectors as a free lance trainer. This simultaneous exposure to academic and corporate scenarios has made me adept at switching roles and adapting myself to different mind-sets and environments.
• While I understand the agile, restless, aspiring young learners in educational institutions and corporate, I also am aware of the budgeting, space and time constraints in educational institutions, and the different characteristics of organizational set-ups and the pressures and privileges of corporate trainees.
• I have anchored several HR conventions, Awards Ceremonies and Personality Contests of Universities.
• Comfortable and experienced with giving both large and small-group training and one-on-one coaching, I have conducted learning sessions for diverse students/professionals across all educational/organizational levels.
• A constant throughout my career has been my passion for the design and delivery of coaching sessions/ training programs
• I offer online one-on-one coaching in English Speaking, Presentation and Public speaking Skills, Business Writing, Soft Skills
Received All India Level Award. Testimonials will be available on request.

Languages Spoken

English

Tamil

Hindi

Education

Richard McHugh

Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming

Indian & International Association of NLP

New code NLP

Madurai Kamaraj University 1981

Master of Arts (M.A.)

United Business Institute 2008

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)

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Vidyavihar, Mumbai, India - 400086

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Soft Skills Training Classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Soft Skills Training Classes

20

Softskills Training Offered

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

Teaching Experience in detail in Soft Skills Training Classes

Girijaa Deshhpande is a double post-graduate and certified NLP Trainer with 20 years of experience. She has twenty years of experience in teaching undergraduate, post graduate, engineering and management students in reputed institutions of Mumbai, and training corporate employees of different cadres from various sectors as a freelance trainer. This simultaneous exposure to academic and corporate scenarios has made her adept at switching roles and adapting herself to different mind-sets and environments. While she understands the agile, restless, aspiring young learners in educational institutions and the pressures and privileges of corporate trainees, she is also aware of the budgeting, space and time constraints in educational institutions, and the varied culture and characteristics of different organizational set-ups. Comfortable and experienced with giving both large and small-group presentations, she has conducted training seminars and workshops for diverse audiences across all organizational levels. She has anchored several HR conventions, Awards Ceremonies and Personality Contests of Universities. Her educational background ensures that her approach and delivery has a beautiful blend of humanities, and business perspectives, and has given her in-depth understanding of adult learning psychology and principles. Her area of expertise and interest are in Business Writing Skills, leadership, motivation, team bonding, client delight, presentation skills, interpersonal communication, essential business, professional and social etiquettes, negotiation skills, conflict resolution and group dynamics, and enhancing English communication skills. She has coached/trained participants ranging from MD/CEO to front desk/on-the-floor personnel. She has handled behavioral skills workshops for clients such as Abbott Healthcare : 300 employees on presentation skills; Borosil: 500 employees from GM downwards on a variety of managerial skills such as Interpersonal Skills, Presentation Skills, Enhancing English Communication, Time Management and Goal Setting; Arkema Chemicals: 80 employees GM downwards on Train the Trainer, Team Building through Communication and Motivation and Leadership; Welingkar Institute of Management: 60 participants studying Executive MBA and working in various organizations on Essential Professional Etiquettes and Group Dynamics and Conflict Management; Essar Oil : 60 Project Leaders on Train the Trainer at their Jamnagar and Wadinar Units; Nitco Tiles : 60 Managers on Essential Personal, Professional and Social Etiquettes. She regularly organizes open workshops on various soft skills and behavioural topics and receives tremendous response from students and corporates alike. She has conducted interviews of various corporate leaders on Challenges to Leadership for a CEO’s Conclave organized by Business Network International: to mention a few of them - Mr. Hanuman Tripathi, MD., Infrasoft Technologies; Vinay Chawla, MD., Kamani Oil Industries; Ms. Satya Vadlamani, MD., Murli Krishna Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Mr. Agnelo Athaide, MD., St. Angelo’s Professional Education. Prior to this, she has handled management position as VP – Behavioural Training, with Trinity Academy Pvt. Ltd., a training consultancy and Chief Business Officer at MPower Business Facilitators Ltd. Her role involved strategic decisions about Training & HR Consultancy Divisions, meeting existing and potential clients to explore possible HR and training interventions, developing products that are needed by the industry and devising marketing strategy for them, facilitating, co-ordinating and conducting training programs and HR initiatives at client sites, organizing public training programs, and their publicity & execution. Girijaa is in the management education space too. She was faculty with Welingkar Institute of Management; ITM Business School; IBSAR, and AMSIMR, where she trained BBA, MBA and CFA students in business communication, report writing, interpersonal skills, presentation skills, goal setting, interview skills etc. She also facilitates customized training interventions regularly for faculty of Vidyalankar Institute of Technology on Beyond Teaching, Customer Delight, Presentation Skills and Essential Social and Business Etiquettes.

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1. Which Softskills Training do you offer?

Business Etiquette Training , Anger & Stress Management Training , Public Speaking Training and others

2. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Communication Skills Training, Personality Development Training, Soft Skills Training and Spoken English 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 20 years.

Lessons (1)

Improving focus or concentation

Improving focus or concentration for better study skills: Choose a comfortable place for studying. Check for back support and firm seat of the chair, comfortable table height, availability of books, plug...

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Answers by Girijaa D. (6)

Answered on 13/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Inscribe, Subscribe, Prescribe, Describe etc. are verbs and the noun forms are Inscription, Subscription, Prescription and Description.
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Answered on 13/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

We typically use square brackets when we want to modify someone else's words, i.e., when we want to make it clear that the modification has been made by us, and not by the original writer. For example: 1.to add clarification: ?The student said: "He hit me." 2.to add information: ?The two Nobel Peace... ...more
We typically use square brackets when we want to modify someone else's words, i.e., when we want to make it clear that the modification has been made by us, and not by the original writer. For example: 1.to add clarification: ?The student said: "He [the teacher] hit me." 2.to add information: ?The two Nobel Peace Prize Winners in 2014 were from Asia [Malala Yousufzai, Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi, India]. 3.to add missing words: ?It is [a] tough situation. 4.to add editorial or authorial comment: ?They are not authorised to entry [my understanding of the rules]. 5.to modify a direct quotation in reported speech or writing: ?He "hate[s] the media for its impudent invasion into the private lives of celebrities." (The original words were "I hate the media for its impudent invasion into the private lives of celebrities.") We also sometimes use square brackets for nesting, for example: • Square brackets can also be nested (using square brackets [like these] inside round brackets), as in the following example: Girls from all over the world (many of them from developing nations [ like Africa, Afghanistan, Bangladesh] that do not give importance to women's education) get fee discount in this University.
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Answered on 13/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

We typically use square brackets when we want to modify someone else's words, i.e., when we want to make it clear that the modification has been made by us, and not by the original writer. For example: 1.to add clarification: ?The student said: "He hit me." 2.to add information: ?The two Nobel Peace... ...more
We typically use square brackets when we want to modify someone else's words, i.e., when we want to make it clear that the modification has been made by us, and not by the original writer. For example: 1.to add clarification: ?The student said: "He [the teacher] hit me." 2.to add information: ?The two Nobel Peace Prize Winners in 2014 were from Asia [Malala Yousufzai, Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi, India]. 3.to add missing words: ?It is [a] tough situation. 4.to add editorial or authorial comment: ?They are not authorised to entry [my understanding of the rules]. 5.to modify a direct quotation: ?He "love[s] driving." (The original words were "I love driving.") We also sometimes use square brackets for nesting, for example: • Square brackets can also be nested (using square brackets [like these] inside round brackets).
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Answered on 13/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Actually the pronunciation of 'gui" in penguin, languid and sanguine sounds somewhat like w due to the transition of the vowel sounds, but if you say pengwin and penguin you will realize the difference. So try not to consciously pronounce it as pengwin.
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Answered on 12/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Metre ending with 're' stands for specific distance of 100 cm. In American English, this is spelt as Meter. They do not use the metric system of measurements in America. Meter is a different word altogether. It refers to a measuring device or a measured distance along the boundary of something.
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Soft Skills Training Classes 4.1

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Soft Skills Training Classes

20

Softskills Training Offered

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

Teaching Experience in detail in Soft Skills Training Classes

Girijaa Deshhpande is a double post-graduate and certified NLP Trainer with 20 years of experience. She has twenty years of experience in teaching undergraduate, post graduate, engineering and management students in reputed institutions of Mumbai, and training corporate employees of different cadres from various sectors as a freelance trainer. This simultaneous exposure to academic and corporate scenarios has made her adept at switching roles and adapting herself to different mind-sets and environments. While she understands the agile, restless, aspiring young learners in educational institutions and the pressures and privileges of corporate trainees, she is also aware of the budgeting, space and time constraints in educational institutions, and the varied culture and characteristics of different organizational set-ups. Comfortable and experienced with giving both large and small-group presentations, she has conducted training seminars and workshops for diverse audiences across all organizational levels. She has anchored several HR conventions, Awards Ceremonies and Personality Contests of Universities. Her educational background ensures that her approach and delivery has a beautiful blend of humanities, and business perspectives, and has given her in-depth understanding of adult learning psychology and principles. Her area of expertise and interest are in Business Writing Skills, leadership, motivation, team bonding, client delight, presentation skills, interpersonal communication, essential business, professional and social etiquettes, negotiation skills, conflict resolution and group dynamics, and enhancing English communication skills. She has coached/trained participants ranging from MD/CEO to front desk/on-the-floor personnel. She has handled behavioral skills workshops for clients such as Abbott Healthcare : 300 employees on presentation skills; Borosil: 500 employees from GM downwards on a variety of managerial skills such as Interpersonal Skills, Presentation Skills, Enhancing English Communication, Time Management and Goal Setting; Arkema Chemicals: 80 employees GM downwards on Train the Trainer, Team Building through Communication and Motivation and Leadership; Welingkar Institute of Management: 60 participants studying Executive MBA and working in various organizations on Essential Professional Etiquettes and Group Dynamics and Conflict Management; Essar Oil : 60 Project Leaders on Train the Trainer at their Jamnagar and Wadinar Units; Nitco Tiles : 60 Managers on Essential Personal, Professional and Social Etiquettes. She regularly organizes open workshops on various soft skills and behavioural topics and receives tremendous response from students and corporates alike. She has conducted interviews of various corporate leaders on Challenges to Leadership for a CEO’s Conclave organized by Business Network International: to mention a few of them - Mr. Hanuman Tripathi, MD., Infrasoft Technologies; Vinay Chawla, MD., Kamani Oil Industries; Ms. Satya Vadlamani, MD., Murli Krishna Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Mr. Agnelo Athaide, MD., St. Angelo’s Professional Education. Prior to this, she has handled management position as VP – Behavioural Training, with Trinity Academy Pvt. Ltd., a training consultancy and Chief Business Officer at MPower Business Facilitators Ltd. Her role involved strategic decisions about Training & HR Consultancy Divisions, meeting existing and potential clients to explore possible HR and training interventions, developing products that are needed by the industry and devising marketing strategy for them, facilitating, co-ordinating and conducting training programs and HR initiatives at client sites, organizing public training programs, and their publicity & execution. Girijaa is in the management education space too. She was faculty with Welingkar Institute of Management; ITM Business School; IBSAR, and AMSIMR, where she trained BBA, MBA and CFA students in business communication, report writing, interpersonal skills, presentation skills, goal setting, interview skills etc. She also facilitates customized training interventions regularly for faculty of Vidyalankar Institute of Technology on Beyond Teaching, Customer Delight, Presentation Skills and Essential Social and Business Etiquettes.

Spoken English classes 4.1

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Spoken English classes

20

Lived or Worked in English Speaking Country

Yes

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Certification

None

Demo Class Provided

Yes

Profession

Other

Language of instruction offered

Hindi to English, English to English, Tamil to English

Citizen of English Speaking Country

No

Class strength catered to

Group Classes, One on one/ Private Tutions

Teaching done in

English Grammar, Basic Spoken English, Vocabulary

Teaching Experience in detail in Spoken English classes

I have twenty years of experience in Spoken English Coaching. She is a Post Graduate in English Literature. I havs a gold medalist, and secured first rank in the University. As a student, I have won several national and state-level awards and prizes in Elocution/ Oratorical/Essay Writing/ Poetry Writing and Quiz Contests. I am also invited to speak in the All India Radio Student Speak Series. I had coached individuals and groups from ages 15 to 50 in Spoken English. I had coached Vice Presidents and General Managers, Sales and marketing Managers as well as budding entrepreneurs, fresh graduates and tenth passed nervous college entrants and helped them improve confidence and master competent communication.

Personality Development Training Classes 4.1

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Personality Development Training Classes

20

Teaching Experience in detail in Personality Development Training Classes

I have trained school/college students and people working in organizations in Personality Development Programs. Communication Skills, Interpersonal and Interpersonal Skills, Presentation and Public Speaking Skills,Grooming, Positive thinking,crisis management, time management and goal setting, leadership and team skills are a few of the components.

Communication Skills Training 4.1

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Communication Skills Training

20

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Answers by Girijaa D. (6)

Answered on 13/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Inscribe, Subscribe, Prescribe, Describe etc. are verbs and the noun forms are Inscription, Subscription, Prescription and Description.
Answers 6 Comments
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Answered on 13/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

We typically use square brackets when we want to modify someone else's words, i.e., when we want to make it clear that the modification has been made by us, and not by the original writer. For example: 1.to add clarification: ?The student said: "He hit me." 2.to add information: ?The two Nobel Peace... ...more
We typically use square brackets when we want to modify someone else's words, i.e., when we want to make it clear that the modification has been made by us, and not by the original writer. For example: 1.to add clarification: ?The student said: "He [the teacher] hit me." 2.to add information: ?The two Nobel Peace Prize Winners in 2014 were from Asia [Malala Yousufzai, Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi, India]. 3.to add missing words: ?It is [a] tough situation. 4.to add editorial or authorial comment: ?They are not authorised to entry [my understanding of the rules]. 5.to modify a direct quotation in reported speech or writing: ?He "hate[s] the media for its impudent invasion into the private lives of celebrities." (The original words were "I hate the media for its impudent invasion into the private lives of celebrities.") We also sometimes use square brackets for nesting, for example: • Square brackets can also be nested (using square brackets [like these] inside round brackets), as in the following example: Girls from all over the world (many of them from developing nations [ like Africa, Afghanistan, Bangladesh] that do not give importance to women's education) get fee discount in this University.
Answers 8 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 13/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

We typically use square brackets when we want to modify someone else's words, i.e., when we want to make it clear that the modification has been made by us, and not by the original writer. For example: 1.to add clarification: ?The student said: "He hit me." 2.to add information: ?The two Nobel Peace... ...more
We typically use square brackets when we want to modify someone else's words, i.e., when we want to make it clear that the modification has been made by us, and not by the original writer. For example: 1.to add clarification: ?The student said: "He [the teacher] hit me." 2.to add information: ?The two Nobel Peace Prize Winners in 2014 were from Asia [Malala Yousufzai, Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi, India]. 3.to add missing words: ?It is [a] tough situation. 4.to add editorial or authorial comment: ?They are not authorised to entry [my understanding of the rules]. 5.to modify a direct quotation: ?He "love[s] driving." (The original words were "I love driving.") We also sometimes use square brackets for nesting, for example: • Square brackets can also be nested (using square brackets [like these] inside round brackets).
Answers 8 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 13/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Actually the pronunciation of 'gui" in penguin, languid and sanguine sounds somewhat like w due to the transition of the vowel sounds, but if you say pengwin and penguin you will realize the difference. So try not to consciously pronounce it as pengwin.
Answers 4 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 12/08/2016 Language/Spoken English

Metre ending with 're' stands for specific distance of 100 cm. In American English, this is spelt as Meter. They do not use the metric system of measurements in America. Meter is a different word altogether. It refers to a measuring device or a measured distance along the boundary of something.
Answers 4 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

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Improving focus or concentation

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08/11/2016
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Girijaa D. describes herself as Master Coach. She conducts classes in Communication Skills Training, Personality Development Training and Soft Skills Training. Girijaa is located in Vidyavihar, Mumbai. Girijaa takes Online Classes- via online medium. She has 20 years of teaching experience . Girijaa has completed Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming from Richard McHugh , New code NLP from Indian & International Association of NLP, Master of Arts (M.A.) from Madurai Kamaraj University in 1981 and Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from United Business Institute in 2008. She is well versed in English, Tamil and Hindi.

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