Humble leader get to act like better human

“A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.” Laozi There is a crisis building in many of our organisations. Declining resourcing, employee engagement, wellbeing and performance. Accompanied by an acceleration in uncertainty, change, disruption and malaise. This perfect storm is hitting leadership like a tsunami and too often, leadership falls back on old ways of managing. Cost cutting and downsizing programs are implemented which erode trust and mutual respect. Fear breeds micro-management and…

I like working with professional

For a while now, I have embraced a saying: ‘I like to work with professionals.’ It has taken me a while to define, but it has been something that I have thought about a lot more recently. Why should customers want to work with me? Why do we chose to work with anyone? The best way to describe any job, which is worth paying money to other people do, is taking something that is complicated and making it seem easy. If I would have had the skill to build my…

Attitude is everything

It’s nice to be educated and have one or more degrees that will probably land you a nice job in many cases. The problem comes in when we allow our titles and or positions define us and cause us to forget that we deal with people from all walks of life with many different educational backgrounds and social statuses. When you get the concept that no matter where you are in life or what you have achieved, it all comes from God and in the blink of an eye it…

If leaders are watching the clock, you have a problem

Entrepreneurship is frowned upon Toxic work cultures hate entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs because they are scared to death that they are going to leave and steal their ideas. Thriving work cultures take people that have experience owning a business and utilize them like their secret weapon. They promote entrepreneurship because they want people to feel as though it is their business and they can make decisions. Utilize entrepreneurs while you have them, and if they, leave wish them all the best. Entrepreneurs are the reason that businesses are created in the…

Life not always give you second chance, so choose wisely

Saw an old email, This one was tenth job I rejected but first time when someone asked me to be an inspiration. What all I learned from my little experience is that, there’s only a very thin line between bravery & stupidity. Recently I rejected job offers from afforda, jp groups, jivi mobiles, federal bank, some technical support jobs and worst decision was when I rejected to being part of satellite development team which is assisting isro. Some I rejected due to my over confidence on myself, some due to…

New Filipino Law Requires Every Student To Plant 10 Trees If They Want To Graduate

A new initiative Tourists swimming at Kayangan Lake in Coron Island, Palawan, The Philippines. © ADOBE STOCK The Philippines, a tropical island nation in the Pacific, will now require by law all graduating students from elementary school to college plant 10 trees each before they can graduate. The bill, called the “Graduation Legacy For the Environment Act,” was approved in the House and is now sent to the Philippines Senate for action. Proponents of the law see this as an opportunity for the Filipino youth to help tackle climate change…

Jet_Airways…. 20000+ employees lost their job due to sudden shut down of the company

“Impact:* 1. Many Employees would have EMIs Running for Personal Loans, Home Loans and so on. 2. Few might be struggling with meeting the ends in life. And have to join whatever job they get even with low salary and low level. 3. Many Women employees or Men Employees wife might be Pregnant and will be terrified with this. And they have to find the second Job in Quick time. 4. Many wouldn’t have enough savings to survive till they find the new Job. 5. Many people might have planned…

People don’t leave jobs, they leave toxic work cultures

Interestingly, research by Google and others has found that the best performing work teams didn’t deliver because of talent, resources or money. Out of 250 factors they examined, the common denominator for outstanding teams was psychological safety. Those that lacked it, didn’t do so well… What is Psychological Safety? [Read on or watch the video] You’ve probably come across an environment with a lack of psychological safety i.e. an environment where competitiveness dominates (people play a zero sum game, hog credit, talk over one another, devalue each other to improve…

Got Rejected ?

Got Rejected ? Congratulations !!! Rejection never means you are not good. You never get rejected in Vacuum, you always get rejected in comparison to a requirement. If a size 10 shoe rejects you, it doesn’t mean you should walk barefoot, you try size 9 and it suits you like beauty… Getting rejected doesn’t mean you are not fit at all, it only means you are not fit for that particular situation. May be that is not your thing…May be your thing is different…May be you should try somewhere else,…

A boss has the title but a leader has the people

WHAT ARE THE KEY DIFFERENCE AREAS? The focus For a boss the end objective is profit, a boss is interested more about the outcome not the process. On the other hand, a leader is focused on changing people and the organization, the leader will be more interested in the process and the people behind it. The driving force For the boss, the motivation stems from the focus on standards. The boss’ attempt to control and to motivate the workforce is about rewards and punishments. The leader is driven by the…