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Progress Over Perfection: An Important Leadership Quality

Strive for perfection. Be it school, university, first day of work, or career progress, this need for “perfection” is reinforced in everything we do. Even in our personal lives, as a child, spouse, or parent, perfect as a prefix is

Ready to Lead? A Guide to Transition into the Role Successfully

As the saying goes, people don’t quit jobs- they quit their bosses.  While taking on the first leadership role is a major career milestone, you need to set the foundation right to thrive and be the kind of leader people

Don’t Be a “Boss” But a “Leader”

Every organization has people in positions of authority to overlook the work of their teams. These bosses or leaders are abundantly responsible for encouraging and uniting the team members toward common business goals.  But while we often use the term

Bridging the Generational Gap: Leading Millennials, Gen Z, and Gen Alpha 

Imagine a Product Team of 2035. It can have a Product Manager, 50, a Product Engineer, 35, and a Design Intern, 22.  Such permutations and combinations across Millennials, Gen Z, and Gen Alpha will be commonplace in offices about a

The Future of Leadership: 5 Trends to Watch Out for in the Decade

“Leadership is an action, not a position”- Donald McGannon This decade started on a rather rough note, with COVID-19 gripping us. Leaders were already facing umpteen challenges in the form of technological disruptions and rapidly growing competition before COVID-19. And

SWOT VS PESTLE Analysis: Why You Should Do Both?

While SWOT and PESTLE analysis were commonly used to examine the feasibility of a new business idea, in today’s ever-dynamic world, old or existing businesses can’t stay away from it either.  Both methods have been around since the 1960s and

Imperfect Balancer or a Perfect Juggler

In the business world, only a handful of topics have been dissected and analyzed as extensively as the topic of work-life balance. It refers to finding a sweet spot between our professional and personal lives.  Achieve this fine balance, and

Challenges for Leaders in a Pandemic-transformed world

There are three stages of any crisis – pre-crisis, crisis response, and post-crisis.  Pre-crisis, the first stage, involves prevention. You try to identify known risks and prevent them from becoming crises.  But the COVID-19 pandemic, a global health emergency declared

Calmness- An Important Virtue of Leadership

“Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm.” – Publilius Syrus But are the seas of the corporate world ever calm? Especially in the last couple of years, with the coronavirus outbreak and geopolitical tensions, the waters are

8 Stages of the Employee’s Journey

There is no beginning. There is no end. There is only change.” — Robert Monroe We are born, and then we die. But is that the end? I believe life itself is eternal. And yet nothing remains constant. Change is