Friends, Countrymen, lend me your ears… Your success depends on the way you communicate with people around you and the way you deal with the problems coming towards you. How to get the outcome you want from your important work conversations? Your communication skills will determine how successful you are at work and in business. […]
“Deliver” anticipates, attends and addresses to the lag, the delay, the demurrage – uncalled for cost. Delivery needs to be handled carefully otherwise the process crumbles. It’s done with proper planning and making of practical schedules. The deliveries are made in line with expectations.
, i.e. the module on C2C is about helping you to understand how to communicate your message in the best possible way and have a better understanding of how to communicate effectively – to individuals and groups; as it takes you through the following during the session.
Business relates to the state of being busy either as an individual or society as a whole, doing commercially viable and profitable work. The term business has at least three usages, depending on the scope – the singular usage (above) to mean a particular company or corporation, the generalized usage to refer to a particular […]
Skill and intelligence are not enough – we need Behavioral leadership. Listen like a leader and make people feel heard. Important it is – the hiring for talent –identify the specific reoccurring patterns that lead to successful job performance.
The world around us is moving at the speed of Thought. The real question is, “are we keeping up pace as professionals in this new business and economic scenario” or “are our mental faculties still lagging by say 10 years or even more”.
knocks twice” – in myth and fiction. Once it does in reality is for the fortunate and silently it passes away for the negligent. Those who optimize on it are those whom we recognize and eulogies.
Aspiration is a belief in a positive outcome related to events and circumstances in one’s life. It implies a certain amount of perseverance – i.e., believing that a positive outcome is possible even when there is some evidence to the contrary.