July 1, 2016 TT Shorts: The Family Game: a fun way to split into groups and create energy

It's been a while since we did a short episode and I've had this one in the can for a while, so I thought I'd edit it up and put it out.

In this episode, I welcome back Seema Sarawgi who talks about a simple way to split larger groups into smaller sub-groups for activities. There are lots of ways to do this that are more interesting than saying "1, 2, 3" that can be fun and energising, can break down barriers and can lead into content or fit with teambuilding themes.

Seema Sarawgi is a Learning and Development professional with around 8 years of experience of working with both public and private sectors in India and the UK.

She last worked for the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office as a Regional Learning and Development Officer where she designed and delivered formal and informal L&D solutions for staff across South Asia including India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. She has also provided HR advisory and consulting to some of the biggest public sector undertakings in India such as Indian Oil, Indian Railways, Steel Authority of India, Delhi Metro etc.

She is very passionate about L&D and always goes an extra mile to deliver something innovative and sustainable. A particular highlight in her career was when she received an HRD award for “improving quality of working life” for unskilled labourers for an Indian Public company from the President of India at IFTDO, 2013.

Seema has a master’s degree in Organisational Behaviour from London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE). She is also an MBA and a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) practitioner with a strong sense of business strategy further developed through working with one of the Big 4’s and similar boutique consulting firms.

Click here to visit Seema's profile on LinkedIn