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ABOUT ME

Mohammed Younus - Behavioural Trainer and Career Coach

Hello there! My name is Mohammed Younus and I am a Dale Carnegie Certified Behavioral Trainer from Bangalore, India. I believe passion and conviction are two essential work pillars. Training and helping people is my passion and work experience in diverse industries such as IT, ITES, Media and Education defines my conviction. My strengths such as good sense of humor, confidence, communication, presentation and interpersonal skills have facilitated me to deliver quality programs and connect with my audience on a deeper level. I am very effective with my participants as they find my uncanny ability to mix fun and learning very interesting and easy to absorb. All these traits and my personal qualities make me a great trainer, good motivational speaker and a credible relationship builder.

Feel free to check out my resume. If I sound fit for your next training requirement/assignment, don’t hesitate to contact me!

SKILLS

I AM REALLY GOOD AT THE FOLLOWING PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

Training
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Coaching
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Compering
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TRAINING IS MY ONE TRUE PASSION

Strong experience in In-house and Out-bound Training, forte in training design and delivery.

EXPERIENCE

ASSOCIATIONS THAT HAVE HELPED TO GATHER EXPERIENCE

White Knight

Co-Founder & Director

Conceptualising and co-founding a technology based platform for personality development of youth

2017 - Till date
2009 - till date

Leaders Ladder

Founder & Chief Trainer

As a lead trainer my responsibility is to design and facilitate well crafted training solutions for Corporates, Educational Institutions and aspiring Individuals

iGATE Global Solutions. Ltd

HR Co-ordinator/ Behavioural Trainer

Represented three main functions of HR. Training and Development – Behavioural training for Freshers and Lateral of various skills essential to run the business. Employee Relations – Solving employee queries of various work related issues and initiation of transfers. Resource Management – Management of bench and allocation of free resources into various projects to minimise external hiring

2007-2009
2006-2007

Aegis BPO Services. Ltd

HR Executive (Generalist Role)

As an HR Generalist was responsible of various function such as Recruitment, Employee Relation, Training and Development, New Joiners Induction, Compensation and Benefits and many more.

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EDUCATION

THE ROOTS OF EDUCATION ARE BITTER, BUT THE FRUIT IS SWEET

Post-Graduate Diploma In Business Management

MATS School of Business (JGI)

2005-2007

With a triple specialization in Human Resource, Marketing & International Business. Majored in Human Resource with a keen focus on Training and Development and Recruitment.

PORTFOLIO

PICTURES THAT SPEAK MORE THAN WORDS

  • ALL
  • Training
  • Group
  • Events
Interpersonal Skills
Interpersonal Skills
With Participants
With Participants
Judging Best Manager
Judging Best Manager
With Participants
With Participants
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
Introduction
Introduction
With Participants
With Participants
Time Management
Time Management
Decision making skills
Decision making skills
Ice breakers
Ice breakers
Emcee
Emcee
Work Life Balance
Work Life Balance
Team Work
Team Work
with dignitaries
with dignitaries
Emcee
Emcee
Creativity and Problem solving
Creativity and Problem solving
Emcee
Emcee
Goal Setting
Goal Setting
Personal Branding
Personal Branding
Image in Business
Image in Business

TESTIMONIAL

PREVIOUS ASSOCIATIONS THAT HELPED TO GATHER EXPERIENCE

BLOG

THOUGHTS IN WORDS

Bangalore Mass Molestation: Gross Negligence or Societal failure

While it was a Happy New year to all, for few in Bangalore it was neither happy nor a hopeful year. The mass molestation of women in Brigade and MG road, Bangalore. What follow is a blame game pointing finger to police incompetency, our beloved home minister of state called it a normal event, blaming […]

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Politicians divide, we ignite.

Last time I checked we are the largest democracy in the world. (Schools taught us there is unity in diversity, we are one of the most culturally diverse country, a secular nation). Election after election we get a reminder of how religious insensitivity is common, all credit to our political leaders who have a vote bank […]

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Fuel yourself, Believe in yourself

  An enthusiastic participant in a recent training program asked me an interesting question. “Many people think hard work, dedication and discipline is most important for one’s success, what do you think is important?” I told him, these are all engines to run our life but what’s the use of engine when you don’t fuel […]

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Poisonous Mix – Politics and Religion

I have always believed discussing religion and politics are two terrible ideas. But, the recent two events Sydney siege and attack on army school in Peshawar beg attention and discussion. Acts like this are anti-Islamic (in fact anti any religion), should be strongly condemned. I am a Muslim and yes I am not a terrorist, […]

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Ban Rapes or Ban Uber

Another rape, another headline; sometimes new place, sometimes same place, nothing seems to have changed not just in Delhi but whole of India. Some people think from their brain on the other head. But the big question is how do we stop this, what are the corrective measures? The recent case of a driver of […]

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Gamifying Life – Lessons from Games

For the youth the word ‘Games’ ring a different bell when compared to the older generation. Games today are largely virtual more than physical. Many a times we see virtual games as a bane, especially parents see them as luxurious time wasters. From Xbox to Play Station, gaming industry seems to be growing and showing […]

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