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Leaders are masters at this!
One quality all great leaders possess is their ability to “read between the lines” during conversations. They are able to understand the subtext in people’s communication. Our communication is frequently influenced by subtext. In order to effectively communicate, it is crucial to learn how to use this information.Continue reading
Micro-managing – Lessons for leaders from helicopter parenting
Micro-managing is more like the “helicopter parents” who unintentionally fuel dissent and rebellion among the employees. This is what leads to employee disengagement and high turnover.Continue reading
Moonlighting – Is there a problem
Organizations have traditionally objected to employees moonlighting, believing that it can hurt their interests in the long run. What can organizations do?Continue reading
Exponentially Boost Your Employee Success
As a human resource manager and business leader, the one thing that runs in your mind is about boosting employee success which would eventually lead to your business success.Continue reading
Toxic is your work culture?
It is time to STOP living in ‘denial’ “The key to being a good leader is keeping the people who hate you away from those who are still undecided.” HBR describes Culture as “consistent, observable patterns of behavior in businesses”. It affects the way we interact, communicate, and handle one another. Our decision-making processes, our…Continue reading
Leadership – From Good to Great
Leaders who are successful are often put on a high pedestal by the people. In order to remain grounded, the leaders need to get off that pedestal and be part of the crowd or team they lead. There are 3 qualities that ‘great’ leaders have that differentiates them from the ‘good’ leaders.Continue reading
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