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I am an early riser and a number of friends ask me how to wake up early? In this post I’ll share the benefits of waking up early and some very simple nut powerful way which will help you in waking up early in the morning. There’s one common trait found in all successful people
Last week I facilitated a training program for IDBI Bank staff at their New Delhi regional office. It was a three days training program and everything went as per the plan and all my trainees were happy. Post session a couple of trainees wanted to talk to me regarding their future plans and seek some
Parents are our first teachers and we learn so many lessons from them all our lives. It takes many years to earn the experience they accumulate in their lives. They are trees of wisdom and it is very important to preserve their wisdom and pass it on to the next generation. Their experience acts as
In my previous post I shared 7 Strategies to Revive a dying company. In this post I will share the strategies of getting out of fire fighting mode by switching from reactive to proactive management. For a project management company it’s very important to meet the timelines and complete the project in the stipulated time.
There is so much of cut throat competition these days that many business houses operate on such small margins that even a small miscalculation or a bad decision can derail the company and it becomes very difficult for the management to revive the company and put it back on the right track. In this post
In 1675 Kashmiri Pandits (Hindus) led by Pandit Kirpa Ram came to seek help from Guru Tegh Bahadur for protection against atrocities of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. They, on the advice of the Guru, told the Mughal authorities that they would willingly embrace Islam if Guru Tegh Bahadur, did the same. Guru Tegh Bahadur was arrested
I was about to leave office when a junior colleague came to me seeking help in financial planning. Though I was in a little hurry I couldn’t stop myself helping him with my suggestions pertaining to financial planning. I am in my mid 30’s and now sometimes I think I should have started financial planning
I had an early morning flight to catch and the airport was on the other side of the city. And I needed to get up very early in the morning. I was alone at home as my family was away. Though I had set an alarm but still to be double sure I called my
Ever since I got into this Change Management role for organizations, I have realized that it is important to be attentive not just in the meeting but even before & after them. Apparently, they are also important because meeting take place when everyone is busy with their regular tasks at job – the junior staff,
Our ancient literature and mythological books are full of stories – citing friendship, faith, dutifulness, leadership, dedication, compassion etc. Like always, I get ideas – relating their perspective to our jet age life, where I deal with people at various levels in different organizations. Being a L&D professional I have been working on bringing change
Today was the last day of my training program for Kolkata Shoppers Stop. Though I was not well for last couple of days I worked hard to make it a success. Post my session while I was packing my laptop, I saw my students discussing something and they asked me to wait for some time.
Stories are the best ways to overcome obstacles of learning. While I was working on a leadership program I came across two stories from our mythology which helped me to explain the concept of delegation to my trainees. In this blog, ‘Delegation in Ramayana (Mythology & Management) I’ll share both the stories and how these