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Month: May 2014

You shape your own career!

In our previous blog (“Who owns your career” published on May 28th 2014), we came across Virendra, a senior professional with more than eighteen years of experience and Nidhi, a fresher who are worried about the future and visibility of their career. Their main concern is “what will others (the top management) to do their […]






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Who owns your career?

Let me narrate two recent conversations that I had recently. The first one was with Virendra, a senior professional with more than eighteen years of experience. He said, “I have been playing the same role for over four years now and I am not sure how long I need to continue without any growth. My […]






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5 tips to build your resume!

The first step to getting a great job is ‘resume writing’. Make sure it is authentic, reflects who you are and is unique to you.  One thing that we need to keep in mind while preparing our resume is “don’t simply write your resume. Build it!”. In these days of increasing competition, where there are […]






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Goal Setting Workshop For A Leading Footwear Brand..

It is one of the greatest responsibilities of the leadership to develop a goal plan which clarifies purpose, strengthens internal processes and challenges the individuals within the organization. Last week, we helped one of our clients (A leading Premium Footwear Brand) in defining performance and devising water tight ‘team and individual goals’ for the current […]






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Then why worry?

Every one of us will be having a reason to get worried every day. It is a natural emotion that every human faces. Sometimes a healthy worry for certain things is good as this increases our keen eye towards details. But, beware! If this worry is becoming too intense and too frequent, it becomes unhealthy […]






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7 tips for Work Life Balance!

In our daily routines sometimes,we get stressed out while choosing option between work and life. How much do we focus on the most powerful machine – our body and mind? What are we doing towards work life balance?  If we wish to have a work life balance, it means that we need to balance our expectations […]






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7-Tips for People Development

During the growth journey, a stage comes in career where you need to go through a transition period. Most important transition is when you move from being an individual contributor to becoming a manager of a team. While there are many newly added responsibilities, developing team members is one of the most important responsibilities of managers.In […]






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Four communication mistakes to avoid

We come across quite a few scenes in the movies, which tickle our funny bone. We enjoy when a character acts silly and gets ridiculed on the screen. We have some nice time and walk out of theatre feeling relaxed. But have we seen ourselves in such a scenario where possibly others are laughing at […]






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Want to develop your people? Here are the 7 tips to do it better!

Developing team members is one of the primary responsibilities of managers. Different managers do it in different ways. To make it more effective, here are the tips: 1.  Firstly, ask yourself – are you genuinely interested in developing people? Doing it as a compulsion of your job is unlikely to give you best results. 2. […]






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Do leadership development programs work?

Annually so many millions are spent on leadership training; various learning initiatives are designed and rolled out hoping that leaders develop; do they really work? Do people learn to become leaders through such learning initiatives? Detailed research has been going on to measure the training effectiveness and to track the ROI from leadership development initiatives. […]






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