Cultivating Millennials as Leaders

Cultivating Millennials as Leaders

Millennials make up the largest workforce in 2020 and create the next generation of leaders. Though, millennials aspire to be leaders, research indicates that more than 50% of millennials feel that they lack leadership skills. As present day leaders, you can make that difference by creating a learning culture for the millennials around you. Nurture […]

Managing Change by Building a Learning Organization

As the organizational change is going on, Tom feels that his 15 members team needs to gain momentum to learn new skills to meet the company’s target as well as cope effectively with change. However, the team members reported to be confused about where to start from, what to do and where to go. Tom […]

Building Team Synergy at the Workplace

Thank you for reaching out to us! I do understand that it can be challenging to lead a virtual team, especially when it comes to understanding the working style and personality of every member, and building synergy and coherence as a team.  The word “synergy” bears a gestalt hue to it, as it connotes that […]

Creating Safe Workplaces

A lot is being talked about workplace diversity & inclusion in terms of understanding, accepting, and valuing differences between people of different races, ethnicities, genders, ages, religions, disabilities, sexual orientations, in education, personalities, skill sets, experiences, and knowledge bases. It has brought in the understanding that the fundamental basis of inclusion is seeing people as […]

Leveraging Personality Differences for Efficient Teamwork

At a recent webinar, one of the speakers wisely phrased: “Children who come from the same womb behave and think so differently, what more would it be for our employees and colleagues? They are total strangers who come from entirelydifferent backgrounds and upbringings…” As social beings, humans have a tendency to be attracted to people […]

Wise Telecommuting in the COVID era

[Worker A has been working from home due to the COVID 19 pandemic for the past 4 months. He was happy at first, that he didn’t have to commute, and it was good to work in his own space in a free atmosphere without being nervous about difficult work relationships. However, as time went by, […]