leadership

The roaring 1920s bring to mind economic prosperity, jazz music, new ways of dancing, expanded choices and the rejection of traditional moral values. We are entering a new roaring ’20s with many similarities that will necessarily redefine the way we view leadership. This decade requires leaders who can bring people together and create new visions. […]

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Innovation and a growing number of specialized workers mean that leadership itself is becoming a specialized skill. The road to success is never straight-forward. It demands continuous self-development and learning from mistakes. In addition to learning from your own mistakes, you need to keep up with others. There’s no better way to keep up than […]

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The world has seen a rise in the number of leaders, teams and positions. This is happening because of the constantly multiplying roles and jobs. Technology is making work efficient and allowing people to do more with less. It has made the world change significantly.  I was reading an article on Harvard Business Review that […]

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Everybody realizes that a well-characterized business strategy is significant. In any case, little do we think about the leadership strategy that is needed to get it going. Leadership is not about titles, flowcharts or positions. It is about one life influencing others. We had talked extensively about how to develop a leader, in our previous […]

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Leadership is a serious business. It is not a position or a title, rather, it is an example. An example of how the followers should be, what they should become and how they can lead in the future! Leadership development grows the limit of people to act in leadership jobs inside associations. Leadership jobs are […]

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“Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together.”  When it comes to business, these forces can come together, emerging from three major sources –  Employees, Leaders, and organizations. In today’s world, organizations must do more than create a great product or service to stay afloat. Having a well-thought-out strategy […]

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Employee Time Management: As a manager or leader, it’s one of your key responsibilities to help your team consistently do their best work. Whether this means guiding them to prioritize their work, helping them optimize their everyday schedule, or (maybe ironically) making sure you’re not the hindrance anywhere. Still, it’s too easy to do the exact […]

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Over nearly two decades, the annual percentage of engaged U.S. workers has ranged from a low of 26% in 2000 and 2005 to the recent six-month high of 34% in 2018. On average, 30% of employees have been engaged at work during the past 18 years. (Source: Gallup) These numbers suggest that employers have been actively […]

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Employee engagement should be considered of great eminence at every stage of a business. The zeal to achieve real change needs to come from the top of the pyramid and hence the engagement levels of an organization’s employees cannot be entirely the concern of middle managers. Senior executives and officers need to recognize what employee […]

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“What do you aim to be when you grow up?” A firefighter! A rooster! (I actually said this.) As children, we were asked this question several times. Even now as adults we don’t miss a chance to ask the same question to the kids around us. It could just be a way to entertain ourselves […]

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