“If you are tuned out of your own emotions, you will be poor at reading them in other people” – Daniel Goleman.
An organization’s sustainability is silently yet deeply governed by the quality of its top leadership. Going by what Goleman encapsulates, would you take a moment off your routiRead More
“The truth of the matter is that you always know the right thing to do. The hard part is doing it.” — General Norman Schwarzkopf, the best-known US Army Commander.
You would come across several instances in your life where people, situation and events will guide you through the ideal immediRead More
Does it happen with you, as well, that when you need the maximum contribution from your team, you find yourself too alone to perform? Perhaps, you have hurt that finger several times before – by relying on your team and now, you’re simply not ready to take that risk anymore.
Here’s a situatRead More
For those of us who have been working in the corporate setting for a duration as less as six months even, the term “Feedback” would turn out utterly familiar. Isn’t it? And, it becomes a lot more common or rather, significant during the annual performance appraisal season, you’d agree. As a Read More
Team bonding and engagement are factors that play a definite role in an organization’s overall growth, you’d agree. A dysfunctional team would always face hindrances towards achievement of yearly goals – resulting out of frequent transitions due to resignations and new joining or many undue diRead More
Mental Resilience, as a concept has recently gained a lot of traction, especially, in the corporate world.
But, regardless of whether you’ve heard of this term or not, I would not jump into any common definitions so soon. Rather, I would like to start by asking you something: Caught up in the dRead More