Summary: The breadth of change for leaders and their teams during the global pandemic has been dramatic: what we are doing, how we are working, when, and of course, where. Leaders need to build resilience—their teams’ as well as their own—in order to thrive in today’s times.
Summary: Busting the following myths-
MYTH 1: Whew. Glad that’s over! Let’s get back to normal
MYTH 2: The future is limitless, abundant, amazing!
MYTH 3: All dreams and aspirations matter
Myth 4: We’re on top of this
Myth 5: The future is created by leaders, disruptors, innovators
Summary: The pandemic has become a modern-day kingmaker, bestowing record profits and growth in some industries. However, it is not just mere luck. The best companies are innovating faster than their peers, investing in their people, and making the most out of their data. Combine this with a little bit of luck, and you end up in a fantastic place.
Summary: Indian two-wheeler giant TVS Motor Company has evolved through the ages as not just one of India’s biggest two-wheeler manufacturer but also a responsible and ethical corporation. As the world grapples numerous man-made crises—climate change, air and water pollution, and their resultant repercussions—TVS’ policies and innovative approaches can prove to be a role model for its industry as well as others.
Summary: Looking around, one will find that some people are able cope with problems that little bit better than others. The primary explanation for this is that such people are simply ‘made of stronger stuff’. They are more resilient. You build a workforce for resilience, and you would have built them for success.
Summary: A lot of leaders have learned that it is possible to achieve much more remotely than they might have previously imagined, but at the same time very few are ready to ditch the office entirely. The general consensus seems to be that work will become a hybrid of remote and office work, and of course this is going to bring a number of new challenges with it.
Summary: Why do key initiatives in the organisation do not meet expectations, even when they put in a lot of time, effort, and resources. The answer could be that leaders need to align their teams with the organisation’s goals in order to make their initiatives successful.
Summary: What is the secret to leadership? How can a leader impact each team member’s drive and passion for their jobs while also improving their overall health and well-being? In the end, how can an organisation achieve excellence? Building trust through care and compassion may just be the answer
Summary: Many companies put efforts into recruiting and hiring from a larger pool of candidates. As great as it sounds, bringing people onboard is not the same as creating a high-functioning, productive work team, and certainly not the same as making it inclusive.