A Glimpse of Our Work
CHAMPION A WOMAN - SHE WILL BUILD A NATION!

Mission

Provide life coaching to maximise the emotional, physical and leadership skills of women

Vision

Empower the workforce with balanced, confident and productive women

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What We Do

Global Adjustments Foundation provides life coaching to maximise the emotional, physical and leadership skills of women. Over 40,000 women, including homepreneurs, IT workers, nurses, police, soldiers, students and teachers, have participated in our interactive workshops and benefitted from our modules.

Our life coaching focuses on building the inner strength of women with an emphasis on mindful living. Thus, our participants become emotionally balanced, confident communicators and, overall, more productive citizens.

We are a not-for-profit organisation that is taking up this cause of providing life coaching with the larger aim of nation building. As our programs are run free of cost for participants, we depend on corporates and individuals to champion the movement.

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Our Curriculum includes

White Paper on Women Empowerment in India

Global Adjustments Foundation has been working on women empowerment
issues for a number of years. Its programmes have been evaluated scientifically
and described and analysed in this White Paper. The document provides an
overview of the gender situation in India as a whole, and future support requirements.
It also records the motivation of Global Adjustments Foundation, its approach and the
thrust of its workshops and training programmes, as well as future goals.

To download the white paper, click here

Advisory Board Members

Monika-Gonser

Dr. Monika Gonser

German sociologist leader advising scientific measuring and research on the impact of our work

Giovanna-Vivoli

Giovanna Vivoli

Italian brand strategist advising the scaling of the project

Suhasini Maniratnam

National award winning actress and women’s activist

Press

“Every day, nurses bear responsibility of the patient’s comfort on their shoulders and sometimes, this could become quite demanding on them. The Global Adjustments Foundation, founded by Ranjini Manian to empower women through life-coaching services gave us a very special opportunity to bolster our nurses’ optimism and morale. 1000 nurses from Apollo Hospitals participated in the workshops conducted by the Foundation and we do believe that after the programs, they were lot more empowered to cope with any stress that they were experiencing. A commendable initiative, Apollo Hospitals is greatly appreciative of the support given by the Foundation”, said Ms. Preetha Reddy, Vice Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals.”

To read the original article, click here

Our Milestones

Our journey in this not-for-profit activity has been exciting, challenging and enriching

Our programmes are conducted in other cities in Tamil Nadu other than Chennai for the first time. Over 65,000 lives touched

White Paper on Women Empowerment in India released by Global Adjustments Foundation

Touching 30,000 lives (and more) through the Global Adjustments Foundation programmes

Poornashakti is started as a monthly uplifting get-together to link and support elders (ongoing since)

'I Can' motivational workshops are launched at selected government schools (ongoing since)

Residential week-long leadership educational programme for young women is collaboratively launched with I Live 2 Lead, a USA-based NGO

Aikya concerts are launched to raise funds to support retired artistes and empower women

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