04Dec

Working from home is a privilege that a few enjoy. It is usually perceived by both employer and employee as a perk of the job and is an important aspect of workplace flexibility. Many organizations are slowly realizing the benefits of a flexible/remote work policy and the win-win situations...

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20Nov

I have been a part of and have observed many start ups and big organizations on their growth trajectories. It is interesting to see how some businesses outperform themselves year on year while others suddenly start declining and eventually die. How and why does this happen ? What are the major...

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13Nov
By: Suchitra Mishra On: November 13, 2011 In: Leadership Comments: 10

Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. – John F. Kennedy When I look back on my career so far, leading and mentoring teams for the best results has been the most fulfilling among all my experiences. While a lot has been written on what examples leaders can set...

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06Nov
By: Suchitra Mishra On: November 6, 2011 In: World of Work Comments: 31

I don’t run a business. I am not a social media consultant. My day job has nothing to do with Twitter. Nor am I a very social person. So, why then am I on Twitter? Reason #1 : EXPLORATION : It all started with the thought that triggers any...

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06Nov
By: Suchitra Mishra On: November 6, 2011 In: World of Work Comments: 2

In India when people meet and part we often say, “Namaste” (mostly used like Hello or Hi or even Bye). This word is a composite of two Sanskrit words, Nama, and Te. Te means you, and Nama means to bend, incline or bow. The meaning of these two words...

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