A star performing employee gets elevated to a big leadership position, but one that is different from his domain. The situation throws up questions such as- ‘How does one learn to say “no” to an offer that is lucrative but not something that one wants do? Once one accepts this offer, but is unable to live up to the expectation of his/her bosses, how does one get out of this sticky situation?
Emotional intelligence is the leadership tool that can ignite creativity, strengthen relationships, and make the workplace inclusive and equal.
Being open and vulnerable can help leaders and their teams remove their masks and reveal their true selves. It also encourages everyone to become more self-aware of their strengths and areas they could adjust, which in turn can lay the groundwork for new learnings by setting goals—but not just any goals.
A generic name for family-run businesses in India, ‘lala companies’ have unique attributes—great rewards…and greater punishment, if the lala stops liking your face!
The story of how, in less than two decades, Tatas transformed a sluggish public sector enterprise like VSNL into a global telecommunications conglomerate.
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