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Permanent Change is Possible Only from inside

Dr Varghese Kurien is a Chairman of AMUL an unparallel brand in dairy industry in India. Once he called the Collector of Kheda District to Anand and complained about the corrupted railway stationmaster. Stationmaster of Anand Railway station was asking for Rs.5 per can to load all the cans in the train. In those days, milk was supplied to Mumbai ...

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Champions become champion from within, not from outside

Are you inner driven? Am I using a gift which I possess within myself? Whether am I making any difference in the world or family or work place or in relationship? Whatever I do, whether am I made to do it? The most important thing is; what drives me? John Maxwell says, “You will become on the outside what you ...

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Visualize, visualize and visualize .

“Good business leaders create vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision and relentlessly drive it to completion.” Said by Jack Welch. Jonathan swift specifies vision as “Vision is the art of seeing things invisible.” Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible today. Vision is seeing future in pictures on today. Thinking in pictures is called vision.. Vision ...

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MAJOR BECOMES MINOR AND MINOR BECOMES MAJOR

What is the major or top priority of a day? What is your main goal? What is your ultimate destination? Recently, the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh has shown excellent example of major and minor. After 26/11 attack in Mumbai, relationship between Pakistan and India were scratched and it was directed towards war level. Dr. Singh clearly justified, ...

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Shift + Delete = New Life

People usually fall into bad habits and as a result have to pay consequences or high price for it because of its effects. Some people have bad experiences and they carry emotions and feeling of that experience for their entire life. Some people have clashes, ups – downs, misunderstanding in relationships. They experience mental block in relationship which spoils their ...

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BUSINESS@SPEED OF THOUGHT

In the jungle of Africa, every morning, a gazelle wakes up. It wakes up not to find food but to run. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion, the king of the jungle, otherwise it would be killed. The same morning, the lion wakes up in the same jungle. It knows it must outrun the slowest gazelle ...

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Interview on Leadership by Shailesh Thaker at Publicservice UK

A world renowned human potentialist, HR guru and management educator Dr Shailesh Thaker believes that leadership is demonstration, not definition. His specialist talents include mind management, professional development, managerial effectiveness, creativity and creative problem solving. Here, he answers 10 questions about his career so far. How did your career begin? My career began in September 1989. I had a training ...

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Dr. Shailesh Thaker Interview – Business Standard

When the going gets tough, companies turn spiritual “Mother Teresa said, ‘I love the light for it shows me the way, yet I endure the darkness because it shows me the stars.’ Let’s put behind us the disasters, the economic gloom the world is facing today, and reach out for the stars,’’ said an SMS sent by a Mumbai-based public ...

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The Time Management – The Key to a Better Life

Time management is basically about being focused. The Pareto Principle also known as the ’80:20 Rule’ states that 80% of efforts that are not time managed or unfocused generates only 20% of the desired output. However, 80% of the desired output can be generated using only 20% of a well time managed effort. Although the ratio ’80:20′ is only arbitrary, ...

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Why English Teachers are at corporate houses?

With globalization and the increasing inter-dependency between countries, effective communication and language skills among professionals is the need of the hour. Therefore, many companies today conduct English classes for their employees, thus, opening up avenues for careers in English teaching. Industries, business houses, architectural firms, diamond merchants etc can all be potential clients for those who want to teach English. ...

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The Role of Leadership in Change Management

When change is imposed (as in downsizing scenarios), clearly the most important determinant of “getting through the swamp”, is the ability of leadership to…well, lead. The literature on the subject indicates that the nature of the change is secondary to the perceptions that employees have regarding the ability, competence, and credibility of senior and middle management. If you are to ...

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The Power of Action Learning

Effective learning needs to meet the needs of individuals. This is widely accepted. Really effective learning is driven by the individual. When individuals have an element of control over the learning experience, the learning outcomes become more potent. Peer-to-peer learning is also very powerful. This is also widely accepted. Combining a focus on individual needs with support from co-learners can ...

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The Effects of Change on The Manager

One of the least mentioned effects of change relates to how it affects the manager leading that change, and his or her ability to undertake the leadership role.  We have already talked about the effects of change on the individual employee, and of course managers are subject to the same reactions, resistances and strains.  Some types of change, such as ...

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Seven Techniques for Overcoming the Tendency To Procrastinate

The science of physics recognizes two kinds of inertia – both of which can be related to procrastination. The first law states, “Standing objects tend to remain stationary.” The second law is the inverse: “Moving objects tend to stay in motion.”   Procrastination is stationary inertia. We aren’t moving, and we therefore don’t move! Procrastination overcome, however, moves us into ...

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ROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR BEGINNERS

Based Project Management is a term I use to describe the origin industry for which one implements project management principles. For instance, my basis for Project Management knowledge is related to construction. Project Managers are found in industries such as Banking, Computer Science, Engineering, Architecture, and Construction. So the industry might be driven by a different objective but the tools ...

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Resolving Conflict

I’ve done a lot of research on the topic of conflict resolution in recent months, and here are a few tips I’ve come up with for resolving conflict in your workplace and professional life:   Don’t be afraid of conflict. Too many of us become agitated when we encounter conflict or disagreement out of concern and fear. It’s odd when ...

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Managers and Leaders Are They Synonyms?

A manager is the person in charge of commanding and running a business or a project. Leadership deals with the interpersonal relations. Managing means planning, developing and organizing. In the contemporary society leadership qualities along with managing abilities are a must. If there is one thing I have learnt during my career as a military TV redactor in the Romanian ...

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Knowledge Management

For any organization to be successful in making the right decisions in the right time, the decisions should be based on knowledge and pervious experience of the organization that is archived by the knowledge management department. Therefore, this is how the knowledge management proceeds in Dubai Police General Head Quarters. Dubai Police are aiming to practice the knowledge management in ...

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Knowledge Management a Practical Approach

This paper is about understanding the best practices in establishing Knowledge Management (KM) Strategies suitable for GCC Governmental Organizations.   Government organizations have usually three main functions or activities: Strategic functions, mission related and society support related functions. All these functions need to be proven that they add value to the public. Today, performance excellence is also highly expected in ...

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HRD’s Contribution to Management – Developing Training Metrics

Organizations invest money, time, effort and manpower resources on training and development programs. Training has been viewed as a process of enhancing the knowledge, attitudes, skills and practices of organizational members to contribute to the productivity, quality and profitability of organizations.   Companies have been operating under the assumption that they are gaining positive results from training activities. However, In ...

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