Skills for All. All for Skills by Ravina Sewani

How many of us have learnt the skill of gauging ourselves like we gauge others? If we were to grade ourselves for our life skills, our report cards would be a grade C with a remark that would say ‘can do better’. There have been several incidents in human history where humans have had to…

Making Leaders by Uppasana Baruah

By Volunteer Uppasana Baruah, FHI Guwahati Leadership is the very act of motivating people to achieve a common goal. A leader is someone who performs this act and must have some particular traits to perform his job efficiently. These sub qualities could be responsible nature, punctuality, impartiality, and honesty. To instill such values in young…

Leadership in Action by Roshni Subramani

By Volunteer Roshni Subramani, FHI Kolkata “Tell me, and I Forget. Teach me and I Remember. Involve me and I Learn.” – Anne with an E. To begin with, I was surprised at the way Google defines Leadership. Google defines Leadership as “the action of leading a group of people or an organization.” But what…

Creating leaders by Kratika Trivedi

By Volunteer Kratika Trivedi, FHI Lucknow I observe, I understand, I learn, I experiment, I lead. Leadership today is not an innate skill but a dynamic one, that can be developed by observing, understanding, learning and experimenting in their surroundings. The firm belief of leaders being born has been subsided by a truism that is…

Hallmarks of a Leader by Raunak Bhandari

By Volunteer Raunak Bhandari, FHI Jodhpur What are the hallmarks of a leader? Perseverance, Uniqueness and Bravery. Dear Children, To become leaders of tomorrow, know a few things about life. It can be tough, It can get ruthless. It will consume you if you’re not tough or brave. Learn to deal with failure. Share it…