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Baishakhi 2007 Brochure

Baishakhi 2007 Brochure

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ISABS Baishakhi Event, April 25 to 29, 2007
ISABS Baishakhi Event, April 25 to 29, 2007

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Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science (ISABS)
Kolkata Region
Kolkata Region
Kolkata Region
Kolkata Region
announces
announces
announces
announces
Baishakhi Event
of
of
of
of
Basic Laboratory on Human Processes (BLHP)
April 25
April 25
April 25
April 25-
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-29, 2007
29, 2007
29, 2007
29, 2007
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Future Business School
2, Ripon Street, Kolka
2, Ripon Street, Kolka
2, Ripon Street, Kolka
2, Ripon Street, Kolkata 700016
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About ISABS
About ISABS
About ISABS
About ISABS
Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science (ISABS) is a national, non-profit,

voluntary, professional organisation founded by a group of behavioural
scientists engaged in applying their knowledge and skills for the well-being of
persons and organisations. ISABS programs focus on human processes and aim
at helping people to understand themselves better and discover more creative
and satisfying ways of relating, working and living. More information on ISABS
is available on the official Web site http://www.isabs.org/ and more
information on ISABS Kolkata Region can be viewed at
http://isabscal.blogspot.com/

ISABS also offers programmes to develop professionals, capable of facilitating
such experience-based learning in organisational and social contexts.
Apart from the well-known Human Process Laboratories andProfessi on al
Development Programme (PDP), ISABS also offers, in its regional and national
events, theme-based laboratories in areas such as Gender, Values, Institution-
building, Personal Effectiveness, Extension Motivation, etc.

ISABS\u2019 Professional Members work as independent consultants, trainers,
counsellors, academicians, training managers, personnel and human resource
development managers in industrial and non-industrial organisations, and as
community change agents.

ISABS was registered in January 1972 as a professional body under the Societies
Registration Act of 1860. Over the past 35 years, ISABS membership has grown
considerably. Most of its growth has been brought about through its Professional
Development Programme (PDP).

ISABS Kolkata Region commenced activities in 1991, and has organised Human
Process Laboratories and other experiential programs in Kolkata, Durgapur,
Bhubaneswar, and Jamshedpur.
ISABS Methodology
ISABS Methodology
ISABS Methodology
ISABS Methodology

ISABS utilises group and experience-based learning as its main training method.
Participating, experiencing, reflecting, hypothesising, conceptualising and
experimenting rather than lectures or presentations are the chief ingredients in
this process of learning.

Human Process Laboratories
Human Process Laboratories
Human Process Laboratories
Human Process Laboratories

In a human process laboratory, a group of around 8 to 12 participants work
together along with a facilitator to discover more about themselves, their
strengths, their styles, their interpersonal and group interactions, how they
perceive and are perceived by others. While this is the primary task, there is no
pre-determined agenda and the group uses the \u201chere and now\u201d experience to
derive this learning. The facilitator helps to create a climate for such learning, in
which participants find one another as resources. There are also some large
group sessions where members from all the laboratory groups are invited to
participate.

Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic Laborator
Laborator
Laborator
Laboratory
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yon Human Processes (BLHP)
on Human Processes (BLHP)
on Human Processes (BLHP)
on Human Processes (BLHP)
April 25
April 25
April 25
April 25-
--
-29, 2007
29, 2007
29, 2007
29, 2007
Objective
To enable the participant to:
\u2022
become aware of his/her patterns of behaviour and its impact on others;
\u2022
improve his/her effectiveness in interpersonal interactions and derive greater
satisfaction from them;
\u2022
recognises feelings, diagnose needs, and improve his/her ability to deal with
conflict; and
\u2022
discover his/her potential to live life meaningfully and effectively.
For Whom

The programme is meant for any person interested in developing his/her
personal and interpersonal competence. Personnel, HRD, and training
professionals, managers and executives in different functional areas and from all
levels, students, doctors, lawyers and other professionals who work with people,
faculty in management, psychology, sociology and social work, university and
school teachers, and persons in rural development, voluntary and social service
organisations are some of the people who typically attend this laboratory.

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