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Success is not anybody’s Monopoly

You might have come across many people who always roam here and there without any work, expecting fortune to kiss them every time and everywhere. They are the one who suffers the entire life of frustration and unhappiness. But I am sure you are not one amongst them; the very simple fact that you have […]

World Cup Football 2018 – Some Lessons I learned

World Cup Football 2018 – Some Lessons I learned By Tarun Midde As the euphoria of the World Cup concludes with the glut of golazos, many inspiring moments, many successes and failures, I wish to share a few learnings I picked up as an HR professional. My purpose is to create an intuitive implication on […]

Selling In The New Age

In the first of a new series of articles, Mohan G Joshi, international business coach and speaker on sales and leadership, elaborates on how the new age buyer has redefined the sales business cycle. He also speaks on the strategies to win over the new-age buyer Selling has changed so completely that the definition of selling, […]

How to Reduce Stress at Work: 12 Strategies to Handle Stressful Careers

 Overwhelmed. Nervous. Exhausted. Agitated. Pained. All at once. Yep, if you’re like, well, pretty much every worker ever, you know what we’re talking about: stress. No matter your job, work stress is like the zero on a roulette wheel: it’s coming around eventually. Luckily, as a species we’ve developed a host of strategies — large […]

Between U & ME- Aparna Sharma

Stories of Ordinary People with Extraordinary lessons . After the tremendous success of ‘Reality Bytes – The Role of HR in Today’s World’, in English and Hindi, Aparna Sharma’s second book, ‘Between U & Me’, is a genuine endeavor to share with the readers, ‘extraordinary lessons’ from ‘ordinary people’. All of us encounter obstacles or […]

Create and Conduct an Effective Training Session

Here are 12 proven techniques to conduct a successful training session: All the planning has been done. All the preparation is taken care of. You know your training needs, you’ve set goals, management is behind you, you promoted your training schedule, and prepared materials, space, and people. The time has finally come: Training day is here. […]

Role of Training & Development in Organizational Development

Role of Training & Development in Organizational Development   Training and Development is the field which is concerned with organizational activity aimed at bettering the performance of Individuals and groups in an organizational setting. It is a combined role often called human resources development (HRD) meaning the development of “Human” resources to remain competitive in the marketplace. Training focuses on […]

My journey through Operational Excellence 

  Harnessing through a closed and monopolistic market for over a decade, sudden change through open and competitive market had been detrimental. However, sailing through change across four decades my career has been extremely determining. With no means of guidance, businesses were in a fix while competing with international giants & MNCs. With a determination to […]

Wait & Watch…Is it a Strategy ?

It has been 40 years since the Harvard economist John Kenneth Galbraith published his work “The Age of Uncertainty”. In the 40 years since 1977 uncertainty has come to confront each one of us every day and in every aspect of our lives. When we look back at the 1970s the times appear more certain […]

Mothers Day ( is Everyday )

 The origin of Mother’s Day started as an anti-war movement. Anna Jarvis is most often credited with founding Mother’s Day in the United States. Designated as the second Sunday in May by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914,  as a national holiday to honor mothers.   What comes to your mind – when you think about your Mother – sacrifice, caretaker, […]