Tuning into Conversational Essentials for ‘New Normal’
Judith Glaser (Organizational Anthropologist and the pioneer of the work about Conversational Intelligence® ) says, “Words create Worlds”. The right words help us to have right conversations and establish the human to human bond. This connection facilitates leaders in aligning people/teams to a common vision and result in transforming businesses. According to a research done by Stanford […]
Conversation about Conversations
Listen to this Podcast to know more about – What conversational Intelligence is and the science behind it How can remote workers use conversational intelligence to have better connections in their teams. Why there needs to be more humanness in the way we communicate How to address the diversity in the working conditions. How to […]
Create a win-win situation for all
Empathy, trust and understanding are essential attributes that underscore a mutually fulfilling conversation leading to meaningful engagements and positive outcomes. Read the full article at: https://yourstory.com/2020/09/engage-colleagues-empathy-emotional-quotient-tips
Do You have a “Micro” -Manager?
A tough manager may not necessarily be a micromanager. A manager who pushes you to do more may also not be one. A workaholic manager may not be the micromanager you suspect him/her to be, writes Manbir Kaur, as she hands out tips on how. Read the full article at https://www.dailypioneer.com/2020/sunday-edition/to-deal-with-a-micromanager.html
Taking control of your corporate career in the new normal
Quite a few things that we all used to take for granted, seem like a dream now. Would you say that things are not normal? What about your corporate career? What about the promotion or new role you were inching close to? Read full article at https://hr.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/workplace-4-0/talent-management/taking-control-of-your-corporate-career-in-the-new-normal/77798484
Want Stronger Relationships at Work? Change the Way You Listen.
A lot happens in the brain during conversations. The late Judith Glaser, the author of Conversational Intelligence, tells us that our brain takes just 0.07 seconds in a conversation to form an initial impression of the other person’s intent: whether we are going to trust the person or not. Our response further is influenced by that […]
Delegation for Tech Leaders In ‘New Normal’ Times
When social distancing norms forced organizations to start working from home, the world changed overnight. The transition was the toughest for the people who are used to working out of office on a regular basis, with their teams within their sight. Leaders in technology organizations work on tight time schedules and manage the dynamic changes […]
Employee Engagement – Do not Wait for anyone else, Take Charge!
Would you like to have a team that outshines the rest even when the circumstances are not the best? Read on if that is what is on your mind! COVID-19 and the resulting social distancing is impacting how we work with our teams. Team performance may get adversely impacted too. Though a few good managers […]
Leading Amidst Challenging Times
Fighting own fears and anxieties to keep your employees motivated is the sign of a true leader Let me start by asking you one question. What is the speed at which you drive your car? Now tell me if you can drive at the same speed if there is dense fog? Now consider that another […]
Shift in Conversations: Coping with changes due to Covid19
Covid19 is an unfortunate reality that we all are dealing with. It has taken away from us, the ease of working together in a shared workspace. Gone are the casual coffee conversations and simple acts of enjoying each other’s company while working and brainstorming together on solving business problems. Some of my clients are constantly […]