Growing up in a diverse country like India, our young minds have often been titillated by stories of deities and demi-gods, mythological tales of righteous kings, bizarre wars and so on.
Diwali – the ‘Festival of Lights’ marks a new business year, the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance.
Dussehra is a Hindu festival that is celebrated all over India. Dussehra celebrates the Hindu God Rama's victory over the Demon king Ravana and the triumph of “Good over Evil”.
Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means to yoke, join or unite. Its principles are to integrate all aspects of the body with the mind and soul to achieve ultimate happiness with a balanced life.
In a career spanning over two decades, I have seen what it means to lead one’s team through both opportunities and challenges.
A fascinating biography of ‘classical/ancient’ India’s arguably best-known emperor, mentions that the regard for Ashoka, surprisingly undimmed through the ages
Women in leadership roles are changing the work dynamics. Nowadays, women-centric jobs are no more confined to managing HR software but making bold business decisions that influence people’s perceptions at the workplace.
It’s not the fall far you that matters, but how you get up. This adage, often held as key to thriving in any condition, suggests resiliency is a tenet on which other values are established.
As organisations become more fluid, open, flexible and responsive, opportunities are shared and more mutually beneficial relationships are forged, some forms of leadership are in decline. Top down and centrally controlled leadership has been challenged by more consensual and shared approaches
Leadership is required and can be developed and provided in a variety of situations and circumstances. Community, Corporate and Team Leadership as well as business, social, political, scientific, intellectual, moral, thought and other forms of leadership can overlap and combine in different ways according to changing requirements.
Women represent a large portion of the total population, yet persistently face the issues of disparity in each field whether it is in government or non-government associations and especially face the issues for administration since men consistently imagine that ladies can’t be a decent pioneer or chief.
Women CHRO’s are leading the way in terms of putting an end to formal annual
performance reviews, closing the wage gap, improving gender parity and diversity, and
increasing employee engagement, among other initiatives.