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Pacific Institute biz tools for India

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Chennai, Feb. 9

US-based CGN & Associates, a business performance consulting company, has tied up with The Pacific Institute (TPI) US to introduce the latter's performance enhancement techniques in India.

A new entity called TPI-India will function under CGN's Indian operations to conduct seminars and workshops on these techniques. TPI's programmes are aimed at improving `people performance' and are based on research in cognitive psychology and social learning theory.

"We help employees visualise how they would want to grow in the company. This way they feel part of the company and perform better," said Mr Lou Tice, Chairman and Co-Founder, TPI US. He said the old methods of performance enhancement such as creating mental pressure and bullying employees would not work in today's competitive business environment.

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