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Corporate Training Life
I will respect the dishwasher in the cafeteria as much as the prime minister of the country. He is no less.”
November 24, 2015
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As I drive into The Oberoi in Gurgaon’s bustling Udyog Vihar, I see that the hotel building is virtually invisible from outside the main entrance because of its architecture. Ashar stays in a serviced apartment in the hotel and we are meeting at Amaranta, the minimalist restaurant named after an imaginary flower that never withers. […]
Leadership
LEADERSHIP IS ADAPTABLE, ACCEPTABLE AND APPICABLE
September 1, 2013
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Rather than seeking to maintain the status quo during difficult times, the new book Adaptability by Max McKeown argues that successful organisations understand the value of responding to turbulence. This management-issues book explains that adaptability is ultimately about “looking reality in the face” and responding with experimentation rather than trying to avoid challenges: Nelson MANDELA […]
Life
ANGELS AND SPIRIT ARE READY TO HELP YOU….
August 24, 2013
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Ask your guides ( How to contact your angels and spirit helpers ) by Sonia Choquettte  describe very well about  life of soul in universe. Your spirit has its own presence – a unique vibration that’s totally distinct from your personality. What activities engage you so fully that you lose yourself? What lift and inspires […]
Leadership
LEADERSHIP: THE JOURNEY TO HIGHER LEVEL
March 10, 2013
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Redefining leadership is need of hour. I believe in 21st century world have to learn, re learn, de learn and un learn. As per my research and experiences in workshops with professionals, I would like to write down my new book “LEADERSHIP : THE JOURNEY TO HIGHER LEVEL “ in 2 parts. Part-1 is comprises […]
Leadership Life
ARE YOU LOSING YOUR WAY?
March 4, 2013
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I have sensed from many leaders that they want to do a better job of leading in accordance with their personal values. The crisis exposed the fallacies of measuring success in monetary terms and left many leaders with a deep feeling of unease that they were being pulled away from what I call their True […]
Learnings for Adults Life
You cannot create an impression on what you are going to do:
February 25, 2013
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Are you planning to shut of the world? You can plan and shut of the world by results only. No reasons. No causes. No arguments. No blame. Just results. You could try with good intention to create it but fail to create it has no significant impact and impressions on the map of world. Ability […]
Corporate Training
CEOs with MBA perform better !!!! what study says :
January 4, 2013
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If an MBA should prepare students for anything, it’s running a company well. Plenty of research, however, claims that it doesn’t. But new research calls those findings into question, suggesting that MBAs are significantly less likely to be among the most ineffective corporate leaders. The research is from Chief Executive magazine and Applied Finance Group, […]
Leadership
As 2012 ends and 2013 take form, how are things shaping up?
December 20, 2012
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How well you as a leader prepare yourself for the coming year.. The clock is ticking … better get started. – Now …few days left .Can you review your accomplishments and achievement? Can you release your press release? Can you jump in to air with power and shout loudly for success? Can you have feeling […]
Corporate Training Leadership
PATIENCE ALWAYS PAY: SANIA NEHWAL
June 11, 2012
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    Elated after lifting her second title of the year, Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal yesterday said that patience and a newly-acquired calm demeanour made all the difference in her Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold triumph in Bangkok. The 22-year-old world number five, who had defended the Swiss Open in March, rallied to defeat Thailand’s […]
Leadership Management
Learning from the Panama Canal: John Stevens, innovator
March 26, 2012
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The fellow in the photo above is John Stevens, a self-taught civil engineer who made a huge contribution to the development of the Panama Canal over a hundred years ago.  I’ve been learning about him through the pages of David McCullough’s amazing work The Path Between the Seas, which is the story of how the […]
Corporate Training Leadership
5 LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE FOUNDER OF GOOGLE
March 23, 2012
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  Larry Page, Google’s CEO   Larry Page took the reins as CEO at Google on April 4. Google’s (GOOG) general counsel Kent Walker portrayed the acquisition as a strong defense against patent trolls, but acknowledged that it also gives the company room to grow and add to its Android apps and usability. Spending $1 […]
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