The parties are over, the festive decorations are finding their way back to storage boxes and the vibe is shifting from the holiday cheer to jump start the New Year. It is time to look forward to setting new targets, creating new plans, new directions and new processes. But are we really ready to dive in yet?
It’s no news that every employee needs to be motivated so they can give their best, as an individual or as a team. Now, motivation, itself is a tricky concept. What motivates my people? We often ask ourselves. What else can I do to ensure they feel more encouraged at this time of the year? With organisational changes and employee evolution, the factors of motivation have also come a long way. Although, it still stands at the top of Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs, the stimulating elements are not what it used to be even a decade ago.
Even after so many years, the principles that governed the life of the father of our nation stand strong and lead the way; be it in our personal lives or professional. So how can we implement the wisdom of the 3 Wise Monkeys, that Gandhiji always believed in, at our workplace?
One of the key highlights of Gandhiji was his persistence and diligence. When we approach our work with similar focus, determination and attention, we begin to enjoy the process. Everyone has an innate desire to live a purposeful life. Work helps us…
If your employees need constant supervision, it is a sign that they lack a sense of ownership… The onus of creating the right environment, where an employee proactively takes on responsibility thus lies with the leadership and management. Here’s how…
I’ve worked with several leaders in organisations, and the ones I’ve admired the most are those who could handle any situation with calm, who could get jobs done without creating anxiety, and who you could learn from by mere observation…
Employee engagement is a buzz word that is gaining greater importance as HR departments struggle to retain talent at all levels. No matter what they try, the loyalty factor among employees is still elusive. Here are some tips to help you instill better employee engagement practices in your organisation.
In 2003, it was quite by accident and very casually that I was told that a colleague aspired to be like me. It was a tipping point for me personally and I became very conscious. Suddenly, my sense of responsibilities
The purpose statement of a business is like an invisible thread that strings its different parts together. And when clearly defined, it gives employees a sense of motivation and inspiration…driving the organisation to do more, do better… Here’s how you can develop a purpose statement for your organisation.
A typical day of an employee in the workplace starts with him swiping his card at the door at around 9.30 am. He then makes himself comfortable at his desk and puts on his computer to start working. Most of