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First, ask yourself these two questions. Do you believe that your employees have more untapped potential than their current performance levels? And if yes, what is the opportunity cost of not using it to drive your business? If you are like many of the Senior Executives we interviewed, then you must’ve answered ‘yes’ to the...
Life coaching
Overview Everyone is familiar with coaching: without outstanding sports coaching, our favorite world-class athletes would not be where they are today. Without business coaching, many CEOs, entrepreneurs, company leaders, executives, and business professionals would not succeed. However, there is another coaching that many people are unfamiliar with: life coaching. What is Life Coaching? Life coaching...
Standard Chartered Caching culture
Guest Speaker:  Pranav Shirke, Senior Manager of Organization Development at Standard Chartered Bank; Product Owner of Change Agent Programme and Coaching; Coach; Change Catalyst; Facilitator; Management Consultant; Researcher Moderator:  Fatima Hussain, Psychologist and Research Analyst, uExcelerate Overview: The work environment today is highly competitive and stressful, demanding a lot from employees and allowing very little...
The advantages of business counseling cannot be emphasized, whether you are running a tiny, local business or attempting to develop a global corporation. In fact, 77% of business leaders who underwent coaching believed that it had a positive impact on at least one of nine business measures. Keeping up a company can often feel like...
Contributed by: Deepak Swahney, Executive Coach Mr Mahesh Sharma, 56, was a professor living in North India, with three children at home. He wanted to find a new career. Mrs Sharma wanted to pursue a new challenge. So, both decided to become life coaches. A L&D corporate professional went on to take up a coaching...
We all witnessed how Women in workplaces in the year of Pandemic were dramatically impacted. According to a study by McKinsey & company on Women in the Workplace*, two million women had thought of either taking a leave of absence or leaving the workforce altogether. First time in the last five years, signs of women...
Why do we need to celebrate Women’s day, asked one senior director in the company I worked in some years ago. Well, its just a day to recognize the woman for what she’ s worth and  showcase her inner beauty to the world! We had a round of discussions and finally he gave in and...
Is a great change always chaotic? Maybe it is. The way you handle change and think about it is the key for endurance through change. Value and be aware of the constant cycle of all life. Rather than viewing change as disruptive, unwanted occurrence, you can choose to view the variances in your world as...
Every so often, I have felt that vague sense of unease and (sometimes) guilt at the end of what felt like a totally unproductive day. Ah, I see you nodding your familiarity. It’s the ‘wasted day’ syndrome.  And so, just as you may have, I too have tried my hand at ‘prioritizing’ my work, which...
2020 was a year that was the move from the Known to the Unknown The outgoing year 2020 with its challenges and uncertainties gave to us, a platform where each one of us rise up to the occasion and perform beyond the capacities each one performed before.2021 would be the year that would have its...
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