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The entitled employee

He joined a year back and was rated as “meets expectation” on his appraisal and he is fuming … She joined four years back, was promoted in the first year to senior processor and then she won several awards, was hoping each year to be promoted to a […]

The “entitled”

The first thing I saw on Facebook today which got my attention was this picture and what it says – My respect for Jackie Chan went up several notches because even if he does just 50% of what he says, he would set a great example for his […]

What’s most important to you ?

Most of us have read Stephen Covey’s landmark book – “Seven Habits of highly effective people”. Krishnan and I consider it a management bible and re-read it often, just to reinforce the habits. Stephen Covey does an experiment using rocks, gravel, sand and water to explain how to […]

The world of assumptions

Happy Monday everyone. The person you are interviewing has long hair and is wearing red coloured shoes for the interview and you work for a prestigious consulting company. Lets say, your dress code says “FORMALS” in capitals !! What assumptions will you make of this interviewee ? He […]

Turncoat fashion

Nope, I didn’t mean “trench coat”… There are some colleagues of ours that follow the turncoat fashion. They will quickly align themselves to the new leadership and never bat an eyelid selling their soul and their friend’s soul if need be. Many of them get ahead quickly and […]

When you lie 

Happy Monday morning folks ! As you take that sip of coffee do mull over any lie that you have uttered since morning :). Nothing wrong with lies, and all of us lie. It’s scientifically proven. Some of us lie all the time about small and big things, […]

Closing the loop

Yesterday I wrote about the art of follow-up and today I want to talk about closing the loop. Follow-up is rework … necessary, but truly rework. How do you stop rework for people working or even interacting with you ? Send updates and let people know what is […]

The art of follow-up

If there is one thing that could be called the mantra for success, its follow-up. You need to follow-up with yourself and you definitely need to follow-up with others. Even Gods need follow-up, our prayers are nothing but following up with God :). The importance of the email […]

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