Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: Personal branding is only for celebrities
MYTH 2: It doesn’t matter what others think of me; it just matters what I think of myself
MYTH 3: Repairing your reputation means changing your identity
MYTH 4: Branding means logos and taglines
MYTH 5: Personal branding means you are focused only on yourself
In a country like India, with its vast geography and the second largest population in the world, fintech has been reaping plentitudes of benefits. Be it startsups mid-sized firms, or big corporates, everyone is leveraging the country’s tremendous IT potential, everyone is being able to script their success story riding on the back of the growing digital wave.
Busting the following myths:
Myth 1: Data is the most important resource
Myth 2: Collecting data is the hardest problem
Myth 3: Everyone wants to be data-driven
Myth 4: Machine learning is the future for all companies
Myth 5: Technology is the trickiest part of any data strategy
Myth 6: Facts are clear, and everyone can see that
Myth 7: Opinions without facts are not welcome here
How to do what matters most and raise your productivity quotient? Developing three habits-having a written personal vision, setting roles and goals, and doing pre-week planning-will lead to a transformation, both personally and professionally.
The post-COVID world, with its new paradigms, has necessitated reimagination and reset of industry operations. Management schools too need to rethink the future of management education and curate a new programme which is skills-based and develops graduates employable and who know how to be at peace with themselves and society.
A special initiative by organisations, typically set up when they are scaling up or going through a phase of transformation, Program Management Office (PMO) is a focused, high-impact effort to solve a burning issue such as accelerating sales or turning around profitability.
Summary: As a company, you must be seen to be taking your responsibilities seriously and making a contribution towards relieving one or more of these worries. It may only be in a very small way that affects your local community, but you will be helping to make the world a better place.
Summary: Your customers want you to save the world. People have many different, and very real, worries about the future, including health, climate, technology and more. As a company, you must be seen to be taking your responsibilities seriously and making a contribution towards relieving one or more of these worries.
Summary: Most training and development solutions do not last or even solve the real issue hindering your business’s success. Kickstarting a successful trust-building effort across your organisation requires attention on both the initial impact and the ongoing reinforcement.
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.