Our vast exposure working with agro chemical industries like manufactures of crop protection chemicals like pesticides, insecticide, fungicides and manufactures of fertilizers applicable to all agricultural sectors and horticulture fields.

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    We are closely working with automotive industries like manufactures of Motorcycles, Buses and coaches, Passenger cars, Light Commercial Vehicles, Heavy trucks, Tractors, Tires, Fasteners, ancillaries, Aerospace systems such as Aircraft, Spacecraft and ground control systems.

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    Closely working with manufactures of all types of cement like Rapid Hardening Cement, Quick setting cement, Low Heat Cement, Sulphates resisting cement, Blast Furnace Slag Cement, High Alumina Cement, White Cement, Coloured cement, Pozzolanic Cement, Air Entraining Cement, Hydrographic cement, Corrugated Fibre Cement Roofing Sheets, etc.

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    We are strong in working with construction Industries in the various top level positions in the areas of Industrial construction projects, Commercial building projects, Road and bridge construction projects, Multi-storey building projects etc.

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    Having experience in engineering sectors since 15 years. We are very strong in catering to general engineering industries like manufactures of Special Purpose Machinery Manufactures (SPM), Earth moving equipments, Material handling equipments, Industrial and domestic pumps, pipes and motors, Textile machineries, Printing Machineries, heavy engineering industries like pressure vessels, fabrication industries, Cable and Wire industries, much more…

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    Having located at “COTTON CITY –COIMBATORE”, we are well experienced working with different types of textile processing industries and manufactures of yarns, spinning and weaving, knitting, dyeing, textile printing, fibers, garments, woven and non –woven, garment accessories, Trimmings etc.,

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    We serve to Oil and Gas and Petrochemical industries who do global processes of exploration, extraction, refining, transporting (often by oil tankers and pipelines) and marketing petroleum products.

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Saturday, 26 July 2014


Applicants are requested to contact consultants to fix appointment to meet them in person so that they can explain all about their current positions and expectations. It may give an opportunity to the recruiter to understand the individuals and help them to get the right position immediately.

Sunday, 20 July 2014


Since writing “The Silent Language of Leaders” three years ago, and “The Nonverbal Advantage” a couple of years before that, I’ve spoken to over two hundred business, university, association, and government audiences — and, in the process of preparing to address these very savvy professionals, I’ve discovered even more about the role of body language in business success.
Here are my ten simple and powerful body language tips for 2014:
1) Before an important meeting, breathe through your mouth.
Right before you enter the meeting room, take a deep breath and exhale through your mouth. (If you are unobserved, make a soft “ahh” sound.) Doing so releases the tension in your neck, shoulders and jaw that can make you look rigid or aggressive.

 2) When making a formal presentation, move then pause.
Human beings are drawn to movement. If you move when you speak, you’ll get people’s attention. It can be especially effective to move toward the audience before making a key point, and away when you want to signal a break or a change of subject. You can also use space to reinforce your ideas. For example, if you’re presenting three issues, talk about each of them from a different physical position. Or if you have “bad” news and “good” news, you can present each from different sides of the stage or platform. (Just be sure to make your closing remarks while standing on the “good” side.) But don’t move while making a crucial comment. You have the most impact when you combine movement with physical pauses in which you stand absolutely still to highlight your most important points.

3) To look decisive, rotate your palms down.
In essence, gestures with palms exposed show that you are open and willing to negotiate on a particular point, while palms turned down indicate that you are closed to negotiation. But people also automatically pronate their hands when they feel strongly about something. In fact, a definitive gesture of authority when you speak is placing both hands, palms down, on or right above the conference table.
4) If you want to be taken seriously, speak up early.
When you hang back in a meeting, only to offer your opinion toward the end of the conversation, your input is more likely to be discounted. By speaking up early, even if it on some trivial matter, you establish yourself as someone who is “at the table” and ready to participate. Then later, when you present your insights and suggestions, they will be better received.
5) To know when people want to leave, watch for seated readiness.
People often signal that they are ready to end a conversation by assuming the position of someone ready to rise. (They may move to the edge of the chair, or lean forward with hands on the arms of the chair or hands on knees.) If you are aware of someone assuming these postures while you are speaking, you should respect that signal by quickly finishing what you are saying.
6) To sharpen your negotiating skills, notice how fast you can make or break rapport.

While seated at a conference table across from your counterpart, push back from the table and lean away from him or her. You’ll most likely see your counterpart react in kind by backing away from you. Now lean forward and put your hands on the table (with your palms showing), look him or her in the eyes and smile. Watch as the interaction warms up and is much more friendly and open. That’s how fast your body language can help you build or break rapport.
7) When you want your team to collaborate, start marching.
Ensemble marching, singing, dancing, and drumming are all examples of activities that lead group members to act in synchrony with each other. Stanford University conducted research that showed that synchronous activity motivates members of a group to contribute toward the collective good. Across three experiments, people acting in synchrony with others cooperated more in subsequent group economic exercises, even in situations requiring sacrifice on a personal level from the group.
8) To sound dynamic, widen your stance.
Your voice comes from your entire body, not just your mouth. Your body helps you become a more dynamic speaker when it is grounded — feet planted firmly on the floor, a hips-width apart, with your weight evenly distributed. A broad stance like this calms your nervous system, allows you to breathe with ease, and amplifies your voice. (This tip comes from Rhoda Agin, a speech and voice therapist.)
9) To stay in control, back up.

Research at Radboud University, Netherlands, showed how backward motion was a powerful way to enhance cognitive control. The researchers found that when people encounter a difficult situation, getting them to step back (literally) boosted their ability to cope.

10) To increase team productivity, keep your body language open.
People are constantly monitoring their leader for emotional cues. If your body looks closed, depressed or angry, these postures (and their corresponding emotions) will be subconsciously picked up and mimicked by your team. It’s a process called “emotional contagion” – and it can also work in your favor. If you keep your posture relaxed, inclusive and open, your team will respond by being more cohesive, positive and productive.
By the way: Just because these ten tips are simple, don’t underestimate their power. Small nonverbal changes can make a big difference in how people perceive and relate to you.

Top 10 Automobile Companies in the World 2013

With the competition in the automobile market increasing by the minute, car brands have noted the importance of globalisation, customer service and high-performance to be given to its customers.
Here are the top 10 car brands.
10. SAIC Motors
9. General Motors
8. Hyundai Motors
7. Nissan Motors
6. Ford Motor
5. BMW Group
4. Daimler
3. Honda Motor
2. Volkswagen
1. Toyota Motors   

What is Emotional Intelligence (EQ)?

For most people, emotional intelligence (EQ) is more important than one’s intelligence (IQ) in attaining success in their lives and careers. As individuals our success and the success of the profession today depend on our ability to read other people’s signals and react appropriately to them.
Therefore, each one of us must develop the mature emotional intelligence skills required to better understand, empathize and negotiate with other people — particularly as the economy has become more global. Otherwise, success will elude us in our lives and careers.
“Your EQ is the level of your ability to understand other people, what motivates them and how to work cooperatively with them,” says Howard Gardner, the influential Harvard theorist. Five major categories of emotional intelligence skills are recognized by researchers in this area.

Understanding the Five Categories of Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

1. Self-awareness. The ability to recognize an emotion as it “happens” is the key to your EQ. Developing self-awareness requires tuning in to your true feelings. If you evaluate your emotions, you can manage them. The major elements of self-awareness are:
  • Emotional awareness. Your ability to recognize your own emotions and their effects.
  • Self-confidence. Sureness about your self-worth and capabilities.
2. Self-regulation. You often have little control over when you experience emotions. You can, however, have some say in how long an emotion will last by using a number of techniques to alleviate negative emotions such as anger, anxiety or depression. A few of these techniques include recasting a situation in a more positive light, taking a long walk and meditation or prayer. Self-regulation involves
  • Self-control. Managing disruptive impulses.
  • Trustworthiness. Maintaining standards of honesty and integrity.
  • Conscientiousness. Taking responsibility for your own performance.
  • Adaptability. Handling change with flexibility.
  • Innovation. Being open to new ideas.
3. Motivation. To motivate yourself for any achievement requires clear goals and a positive attitude. Although you may have a predisposition to either a positive or a negative attitude, you can with effort and practice learn to think more positively. If you catch negative thoughts as they occur, you can reframe them in more positive terms — which will help you achieve your goals. Motivation is made up of:
  • Achievement drive. Your constant striving to improve or to meet a standard of excellence.
  • Commitment. Aligning with the goals of the group or organization.
  • Initiative. Readying yourself to act on opportunities.
  • Optimism. Pursuing goals persistently despite obstacles and setbacks.
4. Empathy. The ability to recognize how people feel is important to success in your life and career. The more skillful you are at discerning the feelings behind others’ signals the better you can control the signals you send them. An empathetic person excels at:
  • Service orientation. Anticipating, recognizing and meeting clients’ needs.
  • Developing others. Sensing what others need to progress and bolstering their abilities.
  • Leveraging diversity. Cultivating opportunities through diverse people.
  • Political awareness. Reading a group’s emotional currents and power relationships.
  • Understanding others. Discerning the feelings behind the needs and wants of others.
5. Social skills. The development of good interpersonal skills is tantamount to success in your life and career. In today’s always-connected world, everyone has immediate access to technical knowledge. Thus, “people skills” are even more important now because you must possess a high EQ to better understand, empathize and negotiate with others in a global economy. Among the most useful skills are:
  • Influence. Wielding effective persuasion tactics.
  • Communication. Sending clear messages.
  • Leadership. Inspiring and guiding groups and people.
  • Change catalyst. Initiating or managing change.
  • Conflict management. Understanding, negotiating and resolving disagreements.
  • Building bonds. Nurturing instrumental relationships.
  • Collaboration and cooperation. Working with others toward shared goals.
  • Team capabilities. Creating group synergy in pursuing collective goals.
What factors are at play when people of high IQ fail and those of modest IQ succeed?
How well you do in your life and career is determined by both. IQ alone is not enough; EQ also matters. In fact, psychologists generally agree that among the ingredients for success, IQ counts for roughly 10% (at best 25%); the rest depends on everything else — including EQ.
A study of Harvard graduates in business, law, medicine and teaching showed a negative or zero correlation between an IQ indicator (entrance exam scores) and subsequent career success. Three examples illustrate the importance of emotional competencies.

About MIllennium HRD Consultants

Hello Welcome..!!!!!!
MILLENNIUM HRD CONSULTANTS is a leading recruitment and head hunting organization catering to human resources needs of corporate world.
The Company was founded by Mr.S.Sevuga MOORTHY, B.Sc (Agri), MSW(PMIR), M.Sc (Psy), D.L.L., an ardent supporter for human resources planing.
Established in the year 2000, we have specialized team of consultants catering across industry functions. Our team is better equipped to meet the needs of clients and are trained to assess the candidates. They enjoy complete encouragement and guidance from highly seasoned seniors, who have experience in all areas of Recruitment, Head hunting, Labour laws and Training & Development.

Prime aim is to upgrade the leading employers to identify the proper qualified employees so that the growth of the both are ensured and results are obtained in an appropriate time under TQM (Total Quality Management) culture.

If you pick the right people and give them the opportunity to spread their wings….
You almost don’t have to manage them