Dr. Nitin is a prolific writer and coveted speaker. He has conducted sessions at over 2000 events, seminars, meetings and workshops. Most events are arranged specifically for him. However, he is also a popular speaker at industry events.
His style is witty, sarcastic, funny, to-the-point, practical, convincing and motivational. He can relate to any audience and adjust his style on-the-fly. After all, he has coached over 240,000 professionals across the globe. Therefore, whether it is the Chairman and board members or freshly joined interns, he is equally effective and at ease.
He uses sarcasm to educate not to demean people. He also uses technology to the fullest extent – completely integrated with his speech.
Have a look at a recent keynote he delivered at APAC SharePoint Conference.
It is intelligent, hilarious and thought provoking at the same time.
He specializes in covering Work Efficiency related topics. All sessions are customized to the needs of the event / organization. Content usually includes high powered demos with data and documents relevant to the audience. This amplifies the impact of his sessions many times over.
The most common feedback from audience is “eye opener”, “magic show”, “why did I not know this earlier”.
There are many ways of utilizing Dr. Nitin’s amazing command over his subject and his ability to enthrall the audience beyond their imagination. Keynotes, Off-site motivational lectures, orations, sessions for new joiners or students of a new batch, team building events, top management think weeks, top performer meets, leadership development programs, guest lecture series as a part of your curriculum, … the list is endless.
Send a mail to email@example.com for details. Usually Dr. Nitin’s calendar is booked 3 months in advance.
Keep up the good work Sir
Thanks Prashant. I will continue to share my thoughts and learning. Do send topics which are of interest to you – I will try to cover those as well.
Good Work Mr. Nitin…. We look forward for your good work…
Your work is brilliant and inspiring. I met you in Reliance Power where we could learn a lot from in one day. Excellent delivery style. I always know i can find answers to all my queries on your blog. Thanks
Thank you Prabhat. I am happy to know that you find my methodology useful. Do let me know if you would me to cover specific topics that are of interest and relevance to your work.
need to learn excel and powerpoint and use of same in audit. Can you refer some classes
HI Madhu, You can check out my Power Bi Course on Udemy (https://www.udemy.com/pivot-table-to-power-bi). Use promo code AUTUMN40 to get 20% discount. I am also working on a Pivot Table Masterclass course which will be released by Oct. For PowerPoint, you can take a look at my PowerPoint Knowledge Pack which is a sort of “live book” https://wp.me/p76a9R-1MA. Good luck and let me know anytime if you have any questions/suggestions
Best to try the audit related associations. Try this one. http://www.auditingwithexcel.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Ultimate_Guide_to_Auditing_with_Excel.pdf
Hello Sir, hope you are doing well. Just want to give you the background first, that you had come to What’s On India for excel training session. Sir, actually i had a small doubt was wondering if i can get some help from you. Please do drop me a mail or share your contact number so that we can discuss (only if it is possible). firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com). Looking forward for your positive response.
Please share an article on using Sharepoint workflow
InfoPath and SharePoint designer are no longer available. The SharePoint related workflow now uses new tools like PowerApps and Flow. This methodology is still evolving. Hence, I have not posted any articles on this topic. However, thanks for your suggestion. I will post related articles soon.
I’m facing an issue with working on excel sheet. I password protected a sheet on excel so that the formula doesn’t get manipulated by mistake. And now I cannot remember the password & as a result I cannot work on the protected excel sheet any longer. Is there a way I can unlock the password & just protect a certain column with password instead of the whole sheet? Please help.
No direct method. You can try third party tools but no guarantees.
I started on a Sinclair too! Yours was the single most powerful presentation I have seen in all those years. I often thought of lunch and learns for my company on how to use Office more efficiently but you are the best I’ve seen!
Thanks Captain for your kind words. Hope to continue the work on a larger scale … Cheers.
Thanks Sir, I have been following you for 1 year now and learnt lot o new features about Office365.