Leaders are often quite consciously aware that in trying to give expression to their personalities, they are attempting to define the identity of their own people. In varying degrees, they try to embody the essential spirit of their personality in their work culture. This little post is to highlight that personality and leadership conflict. The personality problem of leadership is quite complicated. Leaders who like … Continue reading The leadership debate
Whether it be the world of blogging, working from your office, or researching on your college project, we are all exposed to feedback from a reader base. This feedback varies from our performance reviews to solicited or unsolicited advice from friends, mentors or colleagues. However timid it might seem to you, the feedbacks tend to have to a lasting effect. But how do you reciprocate … Continue reading Do not react to negative feedback
We live in a society that imbibes talent based culture but ignores the importance of motivation. The very ability to inspire someone to perform a task. The ability to empower the pursuit of a career. Something that requires immense strength and dedication. Rather, this is what I believed it to be before I cumulatively interacted with and lectured 500 postgraduate students. Isn’t it mesmerizing, to … Continue reading Be The Inspiration You Want To Be
Kanak Sarkar, a proclaimed professor with more than 20 years of teaching experience and a doctorate to his resume, wrote an eyebrow raising Facebook post. Continue reading A professor allegedly compared virginity with a sealed bottle
Being productive while travelling is a good way to utilise your travel time. Productivity is not just about doing work all the time, it is also about learning and experiencing new things. Continue reading How to be productive while traveling?
What makes people successful? Is it their profession, is their work ethic or is it their dedication towards a profession? Continue reading What makes people successful?