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On Becoming A People Manager

People Management

To become a people manager, the first step is to check if you wish to be a people manager. This pause and reflection is critical which will avoid you becoming a ‘reluctant’ people manager. Once you cross the first step, we recommend two more steps. All the three steps are detailed below.   How to […]

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Criticality of People Management: For Organizations and For Individual Careers

People Management

For more than a decade, we have been working with various clients – small & medium sized to large multinational companies. While there are a variety of HR needs that emanate out of business environment, we find one common need across – the need for more savvy people managers!   It is no more a […]

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World should have treated me better!

Self Acceptance

“During my stint in that organization, I brought in many systems and processes; there was nothing when I joined” – this conversation goes on endlessly unless one makes a conscious effort to stop it!   “I helped them a lot when they were in crisis. Of course, now they have grown big” The disappointment is […]

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Engagement is much more than one outing and one grand lunch!

Employee Engagement

Two hundred people….one day outing…a place not seen by many before….HR and facilities teams get busy planning the complex logistics… organizing committee visits the place to discuss and taste the menu for breakfast, lunch, snacks and so on. When two hundred becomes four hundred people, the effort becomes even more enormous and expensive; of course, […]

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Does your performance matter to you?

individual performance

Organizations and leaders focus so much on performance. They design systems; they organize workshops; they review; they offer feedback; they offer incentives or disincentives. So much to drive performance because it matters to the organization and business!   Key question, however, is: does it matter to the individual?   What happens if I perform well? […]

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Does trust come with associated risk?

trust with associated risks

When we meet some people, we tend to trust them at first instance. With others, we may take sometime and build our trust.  It is always intriguing to see why we trust some and we don’t with others.

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Give Her The Power Of Choice

Give her the power of choice – that day is women’s day! Over the years, I have seen, interacted and worked with many bright, young, talented girls. As students, they were studious; smart; quick learners; good communicators; courageous to stand up and ask questions. During the group discussions, they give a terrific fight to the […]

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6 Common Mistakes In Leadership

dos and donts in leadership

1.Carrying a blind spot: Self-awareness is different from self-confidence. Being self-aware has more to do with being critical about oneself and evaluating ourselves just as we evaluate others. In fact, it may even involve evaluating ourselves before judging others. When some feedback is given, instead of using it to enhance self-awareness, some leaders start witch-hunting the […]

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Some Initiatives never Take-off: Why?

initiatives taking off

We have been working with many organizations on various HR initiatives – some are strategic, some are operational; some are focused and some are exploratory. Our experience tells us that strategic initiatives need high degree of internal debate, involvement of multiple stakeholders and a broad consensus at the top to take off and sustain. On […]

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10 Tips To Engage Your Team Better

Tips for better team engagement

When you see some teams, you can feel the energy. Some teams are too quiet and indifferent. Some teams demonstrate dropped shoulders. Team energy is critical for high performance. Energy leads to engagement. Who should pump in that energy and who can sustain: Team leaders or HR Managers? Research over the years coupled with anecdotal […]

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