Archive for: July 2018

Leadership Life
what is the right age to serve people?
July 25, 2018
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Meet Bill Clinton, George Bush and Barack Obama. Presidents retire and go back to their normal lives. It is service not a traditional stool, you need not die on it. Leadership is a business ? full time job !. Seating on chair for years and not allowing anyone to serve . What is the message […]
Corporate Training
UBER: above Zara, BNP Paribas, and Costco with strong brand value.
July 12, 2018
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At an estimated $62.5bn, Uber has the dubious distinction of being the world’s most highly valued private technology business, as well as its most heavily lossmaking. That last word seems like an oxymoron: when did a ‘loss’ become something you ‘make’? Perhaps it’s a euphemism investors console themselves with as they hand over piles of […]
Learnings for Adults Life Management
Rejection: overcome at any cost, finally, it is thinking to be ended.
July 5, 2018
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According to psychologist and author Dr. Lisa Firestone, “Nothing awakens hurts like a close relationship. Our relationships stir up old feelings from our past more than anything else. Our brains are even flooded with the same neurochemical in both situations.” She posits that our style of attachment, formed early in life, influences which partners we […]
HR Leadership Management
5 LESSONS FOR MANAGERS FROM FIFA-2018.
July 4, 2018
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1. THE SNAKE CHARMER Who: Tite, manager of Brazil Key Lesson: Charismatic communication and competitor analysis are crucial Draped in samba gold, Brazil rank as the most successful and famous side in the World Cup, having won the trophy five times. However, the Seleção’s embarrassing 7-1 semi-final defeat to eventual winner Germany four years ago […]