Our emotions always act in the background, and drive our actions. They are imperative for our social and physical survival.
Diana, a new mother, had been suffering a huge inferiority complex about how she organized herself around different things. The reason was simple - she was undergoing a big Read More
Most of us have grown up listening to the bedtime story of the rabbit and the tortoise. We recall that the tortoise was the hero. Besides being “slow and steady”, it won the race because it practiced resilience, as well – especially, as he saw the rabbit moving at a much faster speed. Read More
Out of the 200 respondents we surveyed in India during the lockdown, 40% chose mindfulness to manage stress while the rest chose actions that suppressed their emotions, which steered them to different form of addictions.Read More
The uncertainties continue to prevail. Most of us may feel we’re giving our best to adapt with the changes, but we might be overlooking the impact this situation is bringing to our mental health and reflecting in our behaviors.Read More
For a leader, a good productivity may not be the only indicator that his team is doing well. Those who think far and ahead, believe in enhancing communication, collaboration, compassion and hence, overall engagement in the teams.Read More
The VUCA world. Most of us must have either been hearing about this or talking around. But what lays beyond that? Are we yet paying as much attention to the behavioural revolution that comes alongside the “4th industrial revolution’?Read More
It is that time of the year…when an energetic leader makes several promises to himself, and makes resolutions.
These goals set out for the year ahead find loads of inspiration from things that did not turn out as expected in the past year, and stemmed through aspirations of excellence ahead. Read More
The term conflict has had a lot of negative connotations. When you think of the word conflict, what comes to your mind first? Do you have images running that present a tough fiasco with people you work with or there is nobody listening to you when you are trying to make sense?Read More
Seeing a new startup emerge every year is no longer an unusual thing. However, what needs greater attention is the fact that nearly 50% of these, fail to sustain beyond four years. While a blatant cause for the failure, despite a significant upscaling in the first two years, turns out either a lost Read More
“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.” Stephen R. Covey.
Would you agree?
Amid a whole range of skillset and qualities successful leaders endure and transmit, to fulfill their responsibilities, listening is one that tops the charts.Read More