NHRDN Chennai Chapter Monthly Meeting
January 29, 2016
Topic: “All The World’s a Stage”: Drama and its Evidence in the Corporate World
Speaker: T T Srinath PhD

Our Speaker in January leads a double life. In his corporate avatar, he is a successful entrepreneur and a trainer and facilitator who has worked with leadership teams from a wide range of companies from ITC to Infosys, from Carborundum to Cognizant. In his other avatar he is a theatre personality who has acted in / has been associated with almost every major production of the Madras Players, the oldest English Theatre Group in India.

The Topic for the evening is the title of his new book, in which he marries the insights gained from the corporate world with the unique perspectives that only someone deeply involved in theater can have developed.
Come and listen to him as he unveils for us how each of us are unknowingly players in the day-to-day drama of corporate life and how we can improve our own effectiveness through a better understanding of the techniques of drama.

Speaker Profile

T.T Srinath has spent over 31 years as an entrepreneur and 21 years as a programme facilitator. As a highly qualified sensitivity trainer from India’s most recognized body for applied behavioural science (the ‘Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science’, an associate of NTL, USA), his experience spans across a wealth of industries.

Born into a large business family based in South India, T.T Srinath, was exposed to organisational behaviour at an early age. After his post-graduate degree in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations from XLRI (Jamshedpur), T.T Srinath went on to resuscitate several ailing companies before setting up his own manufacturing plant.

During his transition from Manufacturing to Training, he has undergone intensive training and accreditation from leading centres across the world. Further, his PhD in ‘Entrepreneurial Development’ has allowed him to refine his own training technique as well as explore new areas within entrepreneurial development. His unique models and interactive psychodrama tools have been tremendously successful.

As an Executive Committee Member of Madras Players, the oldest English Theatre Group in India, his commitment to theatre continues. More about him at http://ttsrinath.com/ttsprofile.htm

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