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INDIAN SOCIETY FOR APPLIED BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE

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Programmes Offered:
Basic Laboratory on Human Processes (BLHP) Advanced Laboratory on Human Processes (ALHP) Professional Development Programme Phase A Professional Development Programme Phase B

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2012

Dates:
First Week: May 14 19 Second Week: May 20 - 25

Venue:
Dona Sylvia Beach Resort, Cavelossim, Mobor, Goa, India. 403 731 Tel: +91-832-871888/6727777 Fax: +91-832-2871320

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Particulars About ISABS Basic Lab on Human Processes (BLHP)

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Contents of the Brochure

Advanced Lab on Human Processes (ALHP) Administrative Information for BLHP and ALHP Professional Development Program (PDP) Phase A Professional Development Program (PDP) Phase B Professional Development Program (PDP) Internship Administrative information for PDP Nomination Form ISABS Governing Board (2011-13) Regional Co-ordinators Programme Anchors

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Founded in 1972, Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science (ISABS) is a national, voluntary society of behavioural scientists engaged in applying their knowledge and skill to the well being of persons, organisations, communities and the society at large. Its members work as independent consultants, trainers, counsellors, academicians, human resource development managers and community change agents.

About ISABS

ISABS programmes focus on human processes and aim at helping people to understand them better, and discover more creative and satisfying ways of relating and working. ISABS utilises group and experience-based learning as its main training method. Experiencing, reflecting, hypothesizing, conceptualising and experimenting rather than lectures are the chief ingredients in this process of learning. ISABS also offers programmes to develop professionals capable of facilitating such experiencebased learning in organisational and societal contexts.

Human Process
Laboratories

In a Human Process Laboratory, a group of around 10-12 participants work together along with a facilitator to learn about human processes, and in the process discover more about themselves, their strengths, their styles, their interpersonal and group interactions, how they perceive others, and are perceived by others. While this is the primary task, there is no predetermined agenda and the group uses the here and now experience to derive this learning, using each other as a resource. The facilitators help create a climate for such learning.

About
Dona Sylvia

A luxury resort in South Goa, Dona Sylvia, with its courteous staff, cottage style rooms, sprawling lawns and open-air restaurant by the poolside is well-equipped to take care of ISABS participants. The whispering trees along the private pathway to the beach and the gentle breeze by the sea take the summer heat off, and are ideal for the kind of learning ISABS programmes offer to participants

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Objectives
To help participants
Enhance one's effectiveness in interpersonal and group interactions and derive greater satisfaction from them Become aware of one's patterns of behaviour and its impact on others Recognise feelings and become more sensitive to one's own as well as and others' needs Improve one's ability to deal with conflict functionally and Discover one's potential to live life meaningfully and effectively

Basic Lab on Human Processes (BLHP)

For Whom
The Basic Lab is meant for any person interested in developing his/her personal and interpersonal competence and becoming more effective. Typically, BLHP participants comprise the following
Line Managers and Executives Marketing, Sales and Client Servicing professionals Team or Group Leaders and Project Coordinators TQM & ISO supervisors HRD, Training, Personnel and Industrial Relations Professionals Counsellors and Therapists School and University Faculty Professionals from NGOs, voluntary and social service organisations

Duration
6 days residential (May 14 - 19 OR May 20 - 25)

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Objectives
To help participants
Enhance learning and experimentation initiated by oneself in the Basic Lab and thereafter Practice skills of better listening, being more authentic and empathetic Develop greater awareness of behavioural processes of individuals, as experienced in the here & now Become familiar with group dynamics and how these

Advanced Lab on Human Processes (ALHP)

impact behaviour of individuals

For Whom
Individuals who have participated in a Basic Lab on Human Processes or its equivalent (L-Group/Human Relations Programmes in laboratory mode etc.) and have been cleared for attending Advanced Lab. ALHP is particularly recommended for
Executives, Administrators and Managers Internal HRD facilitators and personnel engaged in change management ISO Management Representatives and TQM Facilitators NGO and Government staff in people-management roles Trainers and Counsellors

Duration
6 days residential (May 14 19 OR May 20 - 25) Note While sending nominations for ALHP, kindly ensure that the following particulars are made available:
Year of attending BLHP Date and venue of the respective ISABS event Name of facilitators and Whether cleared for attending ALHP

ALHP is essential for those who intend to enter the ISABS Professional Development Programme.

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Administrative Information BLHP & ALHP Facilitators Fee Structure Discounts and Scholarships

Facilitators for BLHP & ALHP will be drawn from among the certified professional members of ISABS. Please visit our website www.isabs.org/pm.php for complete list of professional members. Some interns pursuing professional membership of ISABS are also likely to join in facilitation. BLHP & ALHP Slabs for BLHP and ALHP Fee in Indian Rupees For corporate sponsored Participants Rs. 32,000/- per person For self-sponsored individuals working in Rs. 23,000/- per corporate sector, self-employed person professionals (lawyers, chartered accountants, doctors, management consultants etc) and persons sponsored by international NGOs For persons sponsored by national NGOs, Rs. 16,000/- per educational institutions and selfperson sponsored participants from NGO and education sectors
The fee includes boarding & lodging (twin-sharing) expenses for the programme duration, all learning material and an Associate Membership Fee of Rs. 250/- for one year. We believe twin-sharing accommodation contributes to the learning process. Also, our fee for the total programme is worked out on twin-sharing basis. For these reasons, we will not be able to consider any requests for single occupancy. &Scholarships Early Bird Discount We are glad to offer an Early Bird Discount of Rs. 1500/- per person on the full fee for all corporate sponsored participants, provided the completed nomination forms along with the fee reach us on or before 30th March, 2012. Group Discount For corporates that nominate a group of 8 or more participants for the event, we're glad to offer a Group Discount of Rs. 2500/- per participant. Please note that this fee is inclusive of the Early Bird Discount. Scholarships for social sector Over and above the concessional fee of Rs.16,000/-, a few scholarships of Rs. 6000/- each is available for those nominated from smaller, grass root-level NGOs or for self-employed professionals from the social sector who request for it. Candidates wanting to avail these scholarships should route their request in writing, citing reasons for additional scholarship, through their respective regional co-ordinators. Please ref to page 15 of this brochure for detailed list of regional co-ordinators.These requests will be processed on a case by case basis. All discount and scholarship requests will be confirmed by the Programme Manager in writing, post which the payment needs to be remitted.

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Last date for nominations to reach us, along with the completed Nomination Form and fee is 7thMay, 2012.
ISABS will not be in a position to entertain any requests for Nomination after the last date mentioned, so kindly ensure that both payment and completed nomination forms reach us before that. All accepted nominations would be confirmed in writing by 7th May, 2012. Participants need to carry a copy of such written confirmation.

Administrative Information BLHP & ALHP Nominations Mode of Payment Payment to be sent to

Payment can be made by


A Demand Draft drawn in favour of Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science payable at New Delhi. OR Can transfer participation fees through Internet into our account in the name of "Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science" AC no. 90482010014884 - Savings AC Syndicate Bank, Delhi Green Park Extension branch ISFC code for the branch is SYNB0009048 Remittances can come through either RTGS or NEFT depending on the amount. Once a remittance has been made through net banking the remitter will receive a confirmation number from their bank.

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Acceptance of nominations will be confirmed on receipt of fee on or before May 7th, 2012. Any cancellation will entail a deduction of 25% of the programme fee towards administrative costs incurred by us. Nomination Form given at the end of this brochure and the DD or Internet transfer details may be sent to:

Anuradha Sharma, Programme Manager, ISABS, B1/33 A, Mezzanine Floor, Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016
For any queries regarding status of Nominations, Anuradha Sharma can be reached at Tel: (0) 99100 94622 or (011) 26850956 Fax: (011) 26964710 Email: contact@isabs.org / programmgr.isabs@yahoo.in

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Timings

For those attending 1st week May 14 19, 2012


Between 10.00 am and 12.00 pm on 14th May (Monday)

For those attending 2nd week May 20 25, 2012


Between 10.00 am and 12.00 pm on 20thMay (Sunday) On 20th May at 4.30pm On 25th May at 1.15pm Before 8.00am on 25th May

Check-in

Administrative Information BLHP & ALHP Programme Timings Dress code

Programme On 14th May at Commences 4.30pm Programme Concludes Check-out On 19th May at 1.15pm Before 8.00am on 19th May

Note
Please ensure that you are able to be present for the entire duration of the programme and make travel arrangements accordingly. Flights/Trains for departure on 19th or 25th respectively should be booked post 3.30 pm.

Dress Code
Informal. The sessions are conducted with traditional baithak style seating arrangements. Please be informed that Goa in May is warm and weather is likely to be sultry. Light cottons are advised. Those interested in swimming may carry swimwear.

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Our PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (PDP) aims at developing professionals who have human process competencies and are capable of facilitating experience based learning in varied organisational and social contexts. The PDP comprises Phases A, Phase B and Internship stages and includes rigorous supervised inter-phase work. On completion of the PDP and recommendation by three ISABS professional members, the ISABS Executive Board decides to confer professional accreditation on candidates.

Professional Development Programme PDP

For Whom
All those desirous of taking up different roles in facilitating change in individuals, groups and institutions either as internal or external consultants OD specialists, managers and consultants working in corporate, NGO or Education sectors HRD professionals working in corporate, NGO or social service organisations Personnel responsible for TQM and ISO activities in organisations Teachers and students of social sciences

Phase A

Phase A

Eligibility
The candidate should have participated in an ALHP recently (within past 2 years), and have a minimum of 80 hours of participation experience in T-groups facilitated by a Professional Member of ISABS, including BLHP and ALHP. The ALHP facilitator should have cleared the candidate for PDP Phase A. Before applying, candidates must go through "Guidelines for Professional Development System" and route their nominations through the respective ISABS Regional Coordinators.

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Kindly log on to www.isabs.org/mgt.php for contact details of all regional co-coordinators.

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Coverage:
Phase A will be a 12-day lab covering the following An awareness of processes within self and interpersonal situations An awareness of behavioural processes in groups and systems Development of skills in diagnostic interventions at self, interpersonal and group levels, leading to change. Phase Acontd.

Phase A ...contd.

Learning agenda for participants


In Phase A, participants will develop the following competencies Ability to deal functionally with one's emotions through articulating and acknowledging ones own feelings and examining their impact on others Ability to stay connected to one's own needs for membership of group, visibility, power and influence, affection, approval etc. without negating the needs of the other Willingness and ability to invite feedback for oneself and offer feedback to others, and thereby learning from it Ability to distinguish between content and process and remain in the here and now Ability to observe and articulate some group level processes such as inclusion exclusion, competition for leadership, authority issues etc Interest in theory and conceptual understanding of experiential learning

Phase B

Duration
12 days residential (May 14 25, 2012)

Eligibility
Phase B is for those who have completed Phase A and the inter-phase work (a minimum of 120 hours) with clearance from the mentor and the respective Regional PDP Committee or Dean (Professional Development) for those regions not having Regional Co-ordinators. Completion of all prescribed logs documenting the work done during Phase A and the inter-phase work is essential for entry to Phase B.

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Coverage
Phase B will be a 12-day lab, with the following objectives Experimenting with interventions that facilitate exploration and learning Process diagnosis for systems and organisations as a whole Linkage between experience and relevant concepts and theories Skills of building a learning climate in the group

Phase B Phase A ...contd. ...contd.

Learning agenda for participants


Building upon the competence acquired in the Phase A, the focus in Phase B is on the following Deeper theoretical and conceptual understanding of experiential and laboratory learning as practised in ISABS Ability to distinguish between individual focussed work and group focussed work Ability to pick up conscious and unconscious group processes underpinning content and nature of interactions in the group: issues of leadership, gender, attraction, competition etc. Ability to contribute to group building through one's interventions Ability to develop hypothesis about group behaviour and willingness to explore the same

Phase B Internship

Eligibility
Candidates who have attended Phase B and have been cleared by Phase B facilitators to proceed for internship are deemed to be interns in the ISABS PDP. During internship, candidates will have further opportunities to develop and hone their facilitation competencies through participating in a special interns lab or through co-facilitating labs with a professional member of ISABS. In this Summer Event, opportunities for group work and cofacilitation will be made available to those interns who apply and are deemed ready by the Dean(s) PDP.

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Facilitators
Facilitators for Phase A, Phase B & Internship stages will be drawn from among the certified professional members of ISABS. Please visit our website http://www.isabs.org/pm.php for the complete list of professional members.

Fee for PDP participants on twin sharing basis

Administrative Phase B Information ...contd. PDP Facilitators Fee structure Scholarships Nomination Process Mode of Internship payment

Corporate sponsored Rs. 40,000/- per person Self-sponsored or NGO sponsored Rs.25,000/- per person For Interns doing Internship work there is no fee. The fee includes boarding & lodging (twin-sharing) expenses for the programme duration, all learning material and an Associate Membership Fee of Rs. 250/- for one year.

Scholarships for PDP

ISABS has constituted scholarships for three candidates from the NGO or Social Sector who wish to pursue the PDP but are faced with resource constraints. The scholarships are of Rs. 7,000/- each and have been instituted to honour the memories of some Professional Members of ISABS who were deeply committed to social change and who are no longer with us: Sujit Bhattacharjee Scholarship Nitish R De Scholarship Deepa Krishnan Scholarship Candidates wishing to avail these scholarships may send an email, stating reasons for seeking scholarship to Dean, Social Development at contact@isabs.org. The requests will be processed on a first come first served basis.

Nominations for Phase A and Phase B

Nomination Forms may be sent directly to the respective Regional Co-ordinators as early as possible. Kindly refer to www.isabs.org/mgt.php for a list of Regional Coordinators and their contact details. For areas not covered by a Regional Co-ordinator, nominations may be sent to the Deans (PDP) at their contact details given in the same web page.

Administrative

Information PDP

LAST DATE for completed nominations to reach Regional Co-ordinators All PDP nominations have to be submitted to the regional coordinator along with the necessary documentation of inter-phase work before 10th April 2012. Mode of Payment of Programme Fee & Nomination A Demand Draft drawn in favour of Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science payable at New Delhi. OR Can transfer participation fees through Internet into our account in the name of "Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science" AC no. 90482010014884 - Savings AC Syndicate Bank, Delhi Green Park Extension branch ISFC code for the branch is SYNB0009048

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Remittances can come through either RTGS or NEFT depending on the amount. Once a remittance has been made through net banking the remitter will receive a confirmation number from their bank.
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Acceptance of nominations will be confirmed on receipt of fee on or before May 7th, 2012. Any cancellation will entail a deduction of 25% of the programme fee towards administrative costs incurred by us.

Administrative Administrative Information Information PDP PDP ...contd. Mode of Payment Programme Schedule Dress Code

For any queries regarding status of nominations please contact Anuradha Sharma, Programme Manager, ISABS, B1/33 A, Mezzanine Floor, Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016 Tel: (0) 99100 94622 or (011) 26850956, Fax: (011) 26964710, E-mail: contact@isabs.org / programmgr.isabs@yahoo.in

Dates The Phase A & Phase B Labs will commence on 14th May at 4.30 pm, and end on 25th May at 1.15 pm. Participants are requested to plan their travel taking into account the start and end timings of the program and book flights/train after 3.30pm Dress code Informal. The sessions are conducted with traditional baithak style seating arrangements. Please be informed that Goa in May is warm and weather is likely to be sultry. Light cottons are advised. Those interested in swimming may carry swimwear.

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Nomination Form

Lab Title __________________________________________ Lab Date__________________ Name ______________________________________ Gender_____ Date of Birth________ Qualification_______________________________ Work Experience (Years) _____________ PAN Number _______________________________ Organisation Address (Indicate preferred mailing address) __________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Telephone ________________ Fax ___________ Email: ______________________________ Residence Address ___________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Telephone __________________ Fax _________________ Email: _____________________ Name & Designation of sponsoring authority ____________________________________________________________________________ Name of the sponsoring organisation _______________________________ Full Fee _____________________ Discount or Scholarship Granted, if any (Amt approved by & Date) _______________________________ Total Fee Paid _______________________________ TDS deducted, if any _______________________________ Contact (Name, Address & Phone of a person to be notified in case of emergency) ____________________________________________________________________________ Payment particulars: DD No. _______________________ Dated_____________________ Bank _______________________ Amount _________________________________________ If paid through Internet Transfer Bank and branch from where the remittance has been sent _________________Dated ________________ Bank confirmation Number _______________________ Amount________________________ Labs done Earlier
Lab title______________ Year_______Event _________ Facilitators ___________________ Lab title______________ Year_______Event _________ Facilitators ___________________

Any other information _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ Undertaking A person who has experienced continuous mental stress or has been under psychiatric treatment or has a history of mental disorders, or has had a coronary/heart attack, must not be nominated to ISABS labs. ISABS will not be responsible for any of such problems developed during or after participation in any lab. It is implicit that each participant joins the lab with informed voluntary consent and owns responsibility for his/her own health. Signature _________________

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Anuradha Prasad Manas Shukla Khirod Pattnaik Sunita Raut Ganesh Anantharaman & Monsoon Bissell Ramalingam V.M. & J.M. Radhakrishna Harish Raichandani R.Sankarasubramanyan Archana Shrivastava Prerana Rane Vikram Bhatt

President Past President Secretary Treasurer Deans [Programmes] Deans [Professional Development Programmes] Dean [External Linkages] Dean [Professional Excellence ] Dean [Social Development ] Dean [Research & Publications] Dean [Consultancy]

ISABS Governing Board (2011-13)

All Regional Co-ordinators are part of the Governing Board.

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Sr. No. 1

Region

Regional co-ordinator Uma Jain saharth@gmail.com Kishore Gandhi

Ahmedabad

Regional Co-ordinators

Bangalore

Kishore_gd@hotmail.com Shyleswari M. Rao shylahrd@gmail.com Sudhir Kr. Aggarwal

Chennai

Delhi

Sudhir0460@gmail.com Vandana Jha jha_vandana@rediffmail.com Kakoli Saha

Hyderabad

Kolkatta

Saha.kakoli@gmail.com Shridhar Kshirsagar Shridhar.ksagar@gmail.com

Mumbai

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Programme Anchors

Ganesh Anantharaman (Dean Programmes) g_anantharaman@yahoo.com

Monsoon Bissell (Dean programmes) monsoonindia@yahoo.com Shridhar Kshirsagar (Regional co-ordinator - Mumbai) shridhar.ksagar@gmail.com

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