Friday , 21 September 2018
Home » Dr Shailesh Thaker (page 9)

Dr Shailesh Thaker

HAI ! YOUR SIGNATURE SAYS FOR YOUR EGO

Humility is a trait that B-school admissions officers say they prize, though research suggests they sometimes choose candidates who are anything but humble. But why waste time with rounds of applicant interviews when officers apparently have what they need to detect an inflated ego up front? The telltale metric: an applicant’s signature. That’s a logic path you could stumble down ...

Read More »

HOW MANY LIFE YOU HAVE BUILT UP AS LEADER-MANAGER

That’s a lot of mentoring: Many of you have numerous mentoring relationships (more than five, in many cases). The question I’ll pose is whether that’s too many. While it’s great for the ego to say we mentor many people, is that the best solution for the mentees? Sure, it’s great to help other people grow and develop, but are you ...

Read More »

HOW YOU CAN ACTIVE HIDDEN TALENT OF WORKERS.

While many managers assume that their team members would like to work less, the dirty little secret of corporate America is that many people would actually like more challenging jobs. A recent survey by Lee Hecht Harrison found that 62 percent of people say they often feel underutilized in their jobs. 24 percent said they sometimes do. In some cases ...

Read More »

LEADERS ARE THE BEST SELLERS.

Why extroverts fail, introverts flounder and you probably succeed Spend a day with any leader in any organization, and you’ll quickly discover that the person you’re shadowing, whatever his or her official title or formal position, is actually in sales. These leaders are often pitching customers and clients, of course. But they’re also persuading employees, convincing suppliers, sweet-talking funders or ...

Read More »

LEADERSHIP MUGGEST FROM ABRAHAM LINCON

1. “It is true that you may fool all of the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all of the time; but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” 2. “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” ...

Read More »

LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM ARMSTRONG AFTER HIS INTERVIEW.

Armstrong has denied for many years that he used performance enhancing drugs of any kind. However, the mountain of evidence brought against Armstrong over recent months has become overwhelming and when he decided not to fight the USADA charges, his seven Tour de France titles were stripped. Through all of this Armstrong remained unrepentant. He is finally to be interviewed ...

Read More »

My son will never become CEO of Wipro, Azim Premji

(There have been discussions…) his son Rishad will never be the chief executive of his company Wipro, but will represent promoter ownership on the company’s board. Rishad, 35, joined Wipro in 2007 as business head for special projects in the banking and financial services vertical and rose to become chief strategy officer three years later. Premji, who founded Wipro, said ...

Read More »

Dialogue with irreplaceable Canadian billionaire Jimmy Pattison

Jimmy Pattison has come to lunch with sex on his mind. That’s celebrity sex, the kind dished out in salacious slices by supermarket gossip magazines, with headlines promising to disclose the carnal exploits of Jen, Brangelina and the Kardashians. It’s not the fare normally associated with a God-fearing 84-year-old billionaire whose first job was as a trumpet player in youth ...

Read More »

SELLING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN MBA

The First Rule of Brainstorming: Suspend Disbelief (By ADAM BRYANT) This interview with Kon Leong, co-founder, president and chief executive of ZL Technologies, an e-mail and file archiving company, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant. Kon Leong is co-founder, president and chief executive of ZL Technologies, an e-mail and file archiving company based in San Jose, Calif. Q. Tell ...

Read More »

LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM MISTAKES OF CEOs.

Here are some dumbest business mistakes of the year 2012 made by few wisest people in the world, as listed by DailyFinance.com. 1. Sean Menke, former CEO, Pinnacle Airlines No one except Sean Menke, former CEO of Pinnacle Airlines can top the list. Pinnacle Airlines is an American airline, which is a subsidiary of Pinnacle Airlines Corporation. Though Sean suggested ...

Read More »

Shift Your Attitude From Can't-Do To Can-Do … Enjoy CAN …

A friend of mine recently came back from a trip to Australia, where he simply marveled at the predominant “can-do” attitude that existed throughout the country. His enthusiasm was shocking to me only in that as I reflected on the last year, I realized how many people I had encountered who were obsessed with what could not be done in ...

Read More »

WHERE IS THE TIME TO SLEEP ? TOP CEO SAYS……

It means being awake during a part of the day when there are few distractions. It means reacting to the biggest news of the day while others are dreaming. And in the evening you have the option to work late too — or to get to sleep early while others are partying and watching TV. From Jack Dorsey to Indra ...

Read More »

LEADERSHIP: THINK LIKE MARK ZUCKERBERG…..

In the first several years of Facebook’s existence, multiple journalists portrayed Mark Zuckerberg and his friends as party lovers who would code all day and stay up all night. Mark liked to have fun just as much as any other college freshman, but he was also very focused. He knew that he needed to keep the company moving forward, and ...

Read More »

CAN WE MIXED UP FAITH AND FINANCE IN TO MBAs… Catholic University is initiating…

Confident that aspiring corporate leaders want to worship more than just the almighty dollar, Catholic University of America is creating a new business school. Catholic University of America’s new School of Business and Economics infuses an education in strategy, accounting and marketing with morals, character and religious values. WSJ’s Melissa Korn reports. Photo: Catholic University of America. The Washington, D.C., ...

Read More »

12 Time Management Habits to Master in 2013

Nearly three hundred years ago Benjamin Franklin came up with an approach to changing habits that has yet to be surpassed. A young adult seeking to straighten out his act, Franklin developed a list of thirteen virtues, jotting down a brief definition of each. These were character traits he took to be important, but in which he found himself lacking. ...

Read More »

LEADERSHIP SHOULD BE FACING UNCOMFORTABLE REALITY

As humans we seem to have an infinite capacity to live in denial. Whilst denial is a commonly used coping mechanism, it’s deadly for leaders. Surprisingly, it’s not uncommon to find leaders living in denial, failing to face a threatening shift in reality, a changing marketplace or changing customer expectations. Unfortunately many leaders ignore or deny their new reality, hoping ...

Read More »

CEOs with MBA perform better !!!! what study says :

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, a Chicago equity research and ...

Read More »

What killed Ranjan Das,Youngest CEO and Lessons for Corporate India

Ranjan Das, CEO and MD of SAP Indian subcontinent died after a massive cardiac arrest in Mumbai . One of the youngest CEOs, he was just 42 year old A few months ago, many of us heard about the sad demise of Ranjan Das from Bandra, Mumbai. He was very active in sports, was a fitness freak and a marathon ...

Read More »

DIVINE POWER WATCHING YOU

Many would tend to disbelieve it if I say that we are under watch and ward of the supreme divine power. There is a famous story of an Indian saint Kanakadasa of Karnataka that bears testimony to the omnipresence of divinity. Kanakadasa, who belonged to the backward caste, was a devotee of Lord Krishna. He was a disciple of Vyasaraya ...

Read More »