I never met a trainer like you before! SharadP says!!
I just spent 8 working days in Kathmandu office.
One thing that I noticed with all the trainees once the training started was that selected few were open to asking questions. I don’t think it was because of the lack of interest; I am guessing big part is the culture and other part was unfamiliarity with me as a trainer. As the training sessions progressed, many participants opened up and started asking to clarify further different parts of the lesson or presentation, as well as asking subsequent questions. It was gratifying for me to see that; it certainly made me feel like I was doing my job successfully
CANTEEN!!!! By far the best perk of D2 Nepal office. Reminds me of Croatia; social time for tea and meals. It does not get any better than that. Similar to the meetings tea/coffee service, I wish there was a cost effective way to do this in Boston office…I guess even if there was, Kathmandu climate is way more accommodating for this than Boston.
01 Robin curiously waiting for Branka to arrive
02 Here she begins for distributing the certificates starting with Tejaswee
03 Next to Sujan
04 Reena take my hand
05 Here you go Rachana
06 Sangita moves in
07 Mr. Thing happy to receive one
08 How do you feel Raju
09 I never had a trainer like you mam!
10 Next time i would like to see some more hair there
11 Come on Rajesh take it
13 This is Dilip Kumar
14 Friends, let us distribute in shares
15 Relishing begins
16 Hey guys you wanna have cake
17 Busy time
18 The act of branching out
19 Rudra rejoices and captures the moments
20 It and the friends
21 There is another one!
22 An attractive standing
23 Who is calling me
24 That was good Branka
25 It is time for Anupa
26 I will remember this
27 Rajesh treasuring the moments