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Chittaranjan Kaul is the director of the Centre for Learning Resources in Pune, India. He is deeply interested in the learning processes of adults and children, individuals and communities, groups and organizations. He coaches people in understanding and responding to change more effectively, using inner dialogue to sharpen their perception, and external dialogue to help build common ground among stakeholders. He has run banking businesses around the world; run and set up residential and day schools; been a nonprofit manager; coached senior corporate and non-corporate executives in enhancing personal and organizational effectiveness; worked with and coached management teams, parents and teachers of educational institutions; and provided strategy advice to for-profit and nonprofit organizations. He has also worked with a small group of rural young adults, helping them discover livelihood as a path to empowerment and self-esteem. Kaul earned a degree in electrical engineering from the National Institutes of Technology (NIT), Srinagar and a PGDM from the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad.
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