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Post COVID-19 Recovery – A Challenge for Leadership and Corporations

With the relaxation of restrictions by the governments to stimulate economic growth; businesses slowly crawling back to normalcy and recovery. While business activity seems to be gathering speed, there is little sense of relief amongst the corporate leadership as the scars left by the pandemic will take a long time to heal.  Post covid-19 scenario…

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The Poison Of Knowledge!

The value of ‘experience’ cannot be understated. In this day and age of instant information sharing using digital media, more and more people are being driven purely by knowledge and are living their life based on the information they receive in plenty on a daily basis.

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Work-From-Home – A Test Of Trust!

TRUST is going to be put to test while working from home. There are 5 ways in which you can build and sustain trust in remote working context

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Encourage ‘Doubting’ – a catalyst for progress

Doubt for me is the foundation of a #thecriticaldialogue which is necessary for enabling or facilitating change.
Doubts can lead to ‘inquiry’, ‘questioning’, ‘deep learning’, ‘contemplation’, ‘comprehension’, ‘safety’, ‘problem solving’, ‘acceptance’, ‘ownership’ and many more benefits.

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Are we becoming the victims of “too much”?

It now almost a cliché’ to state that “too much of anything is bad”.  The problem we face today is that we are just not able to figure out “how much is that too much?”.  We are only able to realize how bad “too much” of something has become is after the damage is done.

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Of offers; counter-offers and the game of deception. Have you been a victim?

Many organizational leaders do not like the fact that you are going on your terms.  There point is “how dare he go on his terms?  It’s me who decides the terms of employment and severance as well”  It’s an ‘ego’ trip.

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