My “Japanese Ganesh” Story

I have fond recollections of Ganesh Chaturthi growing up as a kid in a large household, the food, the decorations, new clothes etc…who am I kidding?? it was mostly the food. There was another more crucial experience 14 years ago. I was travelling to Japan…

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Listen Up

There is a funny story attributed to Franklin Roosevelt, who often endured long receiving lines at the White House. He complained that no one really paid any attention to what was said. One day, during a reception, he decided to try an experiment. To each…

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When an Employee Quits and Stays

Disengaged workers cost the US economy more than 450-500 Billion $ annually –How much do they cost at your organization? Harsh works for a medium sized firm that specializes in offering Technology solutions to the Financial services Industry. He has been with this firm for…

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A Pink Elephant

Though Acceptance has many meanings, for the purpose of this article, Acceptance is used to mean (acquiescence).The ability to accept the current state, reality etc. Why is acceptance important? doesn’t pop culture exhort us to constantly exceed and challenge the status quo? Is there a…

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Battles and Bridges

Senior Leaders at work end up in conflict at some or most points in their career, whilst there might be justifiable reasons for some; by and large the organization loses. The structure of most corporations unwittingly encourages conflicts occur and collaboration takes a toss .In…

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