We contribute to a sustainable change in people’s consciousness and interaction. This is the mission we live by in our academy. This principle guides us through our daily work with people. We as Business Coaches rarely encounter people who do not have good opportunities. Therefore, we are grateful to have built up a network of NGOs and stakeholders with whose help we can support other people in their efforts to advance.
As part of our CSR responsibility, we consciously focus on helping people to help themselves. We strengthen organizations, initiatives and families through resources, lectures, workshops and discussions in order to accompany people on their journey to more independence and self-determination.
1. Tangkhul Shanao Ngarumsaklong Delhi, Tangkhul Women's League Delhi
This is a private organisation with about 100 members, which supports women from the state of Manipur in the northeast of India. The members are working locally for their tribal sisters to protect them from exploitation and abuse. The burgeoning infrastructure available to security forces, geographical conditions and other challenging circumstances in the field make it especially difficult for this minority to live a prosperous, independent, self-determined life. This organisation’s members are prudent and nonviolent.
The women from the northeast region who come to Delhi to find work also need support. Everything is new and different for these minority women and men migrating from the northeast of India. This organisation offers counselling, self-defence courses and encouragement which measurably help the members. It is a peaceful community that believes in higher values regardless of religion and strives for peace and equality.
2. Encouraging education and career counselling for students
in Teinem in the state of Manipur in northeastern India.
In this struggling agricultural region, families need all their hands to work the fields. Their schools are thus often only visited until compulsory schooling has been completed. That’s why every year, we inform teachers, parents, children and entire villages about the need for and long-term benefit of further education. In this way, the entire family could be served much better and the family income can be secured independent of varying weather conditions and agricultural yields.