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They lead to fail, and fail to lead.
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For us, saying “yes” to the boss is more important than speaking the truth…
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The more things change...
What is BIRGing? This is a word derived from the acronym, BIRG, which stands for — basking in reflective glory. Or, the tendency among individuals to associate with people and entities who are s...
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Alternate sitting and standing at the workplace for better health.
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It’s time to accelerate the development of tomorrow’s leaders.
Choice can both empower and debilitate.
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Mistakes aren’t the worst thing on earth.
These methods are simple… and sneaky!
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Even if you’re looking in the mirror…
A lot of it has to do with common sense, really.
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Girls and women constitute almost half of the population of India, yet they are deprived of access to resources and opportunities in comparison to their male counterparts, often becoming victims of di...
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Have you ever written a to-do list on Monday, found it again on Friday... and it was still completely intact? Frustrating, isn't it? We know that we're supposed to use a to-do list, but most of us are...
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It's resulting in a 13 percent loss in total productivity.
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Indian office workers are a hardworking lot, with one out of two holding more than one job to supplement her or his main source of income, a study undertaken by the American multinational software com...
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While a CEO must focus on the hard stuff, there are a few "soft" things which they should never take off their radar. These are things that not only strengthen the organizational DNA but also help in employee engagement--this is particularly relevant at a time when millennial employees think nothing of leaving a job for one that takes better care of them.
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Many Asian companies have traditionally valued employees who left the building last, regardless of whether the work was commensurate with the time spent on the premises. Those who managed to achieve as much if not more in less time, on the other hand, were looked at less favourably. Thankfully, this myopic perception is changing.
The self-centredness and obnoxiousness of a toxic leader have an adverse impact on everyone at work. Not only does team performance plummet under their leadership, the organization at large suffers too. One toxic leader is sufficient to kill the vibrancy of a workplace and slowly sully the culture that once made it high performing. So how do you identify a toxic leader in a workplace? Here are some common traits to watch out for.
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Are you a part of a leadership team where meetings and discussions are always smooth? Do your meetings run without any opposition? The team always seems to be in unanimity? Watch out, this rosy picture could end in tears.
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NEW YORK -- Companies with 30 percent female executives rake in as much as six percentage points more in profits, according to a study, feeding into a global debate over the scarcity of women in decis...
There's something happening at our workplaces. There's more democracy, more participation within the organisation, more engagement with clients and vendors, less aggression... together, these trends point at a gradual "feminisation" of our offices.