Category : Organisational Development & Leadership
Leadership is an art and not a science. Which leaders do you admire and would like to emulate? The names could vary from Mahatma Gandhi, Anna Hazare, Ratan Tata, Shivaji, Churchill or your parents. How many of you would like … Read more
One of the key attributes of a leader is having a positive attitude. Easier said than done. It’s very easy to say that one must have a positive attitude, but how does one develop a positive attitude? Attitude is an … Read more
There has been a lot of news about the unemployability of our graduates, that most people joining the corporate world lack the requisite qualities required of them in an ever complicated and demanding business scenario. That our colleges more often … Read more
NARAYAN MURTHY : A ROLE MODEL FOR GEN Y I rather you hate me for what I am than love me for what I am not. Narayan Murthy : Chairman Infosys Infosys Founder/Chairman Retiring — founded in 1981 by seven … Read more
Globalization has brought together a diverse religious work force and I think they seem to be doing a reasonably good job – I have not heard of too many religious differences being voiced in the workforce. Maybe it is because … Read more
One question that invariably comes up in our Leadership workshops is about ethics and responsiblity of a Leader towards his/ her team. Does one have to be a saint to be a true leader or are their short cuts to leadership. This story that I have put on my blog may throw some light on this vexing question, especially in today’s tough times.
Leadership Means Doing Ones Duty, Accepting Responsibility & the Consequences that go with it!
How many organizations promote right brain functioning in their workforce? Google is supposed to be doing this whole heartedly. This leads us to a paradigm shift, just professional acumen, people with professional dedication, building and structures the physical infrastructure are not good enough for a wholesome organization. Read more