Organisations WIN when they put PEOPLE FIRST

When employees are happy, companies can leverage the competitive edge arising out of their output and performance. In the last decade, some organisations have recognised the importance of this and have felt the need to have a Chief Happiness Officer. Some companies refer to their CHRO as Chief People Officer with a clear intent of sending the right message. Because when people are happy, impossible is nothing.

Social Makeover for India’s Police

Life after Coronavirus has taken a turn. And so have some professions which have reinvented themselves, sensing an opportunity to alter their archaic image. For instance, the police. The police in India have been viewed in a stereotypical manner for several decades. That perception is slowly changing on account of the efforts by several policeContinue reading “Social Makeover for India’s Police”

Ensuring Life & Business Continuity

The world is grappling with fighting a virus threatening to grip more and more victims every hour. Our homes, our workplace, are all under threat. While families are trying to keep their members safe, companies and other professional organisations are doing everything they can to tide over this unprecedented crisis. The biggest concern for anyContinue reading “Ensuring Life & Business Continuity”

True Test of Leadership

Make yourself redundant. This is the foremost mantra a leader can choose to follow and perhaps the biggest service one can do to one’s organisation. While some may not fully understand why anyone would do this, those who practice this mantra have come to reap huge benefits for their organisation. Those uncomfortable with this approachContinue reading “True Test of Leadership”

When People Matter

The greatest asset for any organisation are its people. How many companies recognize this and are upfront about it? How are people treated in an organisation? Are they valued and made to feel that way? Are they regarded as key stakeholders? Are they viewed as partners or co-collaborators in organisation building? Are they encouraged toContinue reading “When People Matter”