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LEADERSHIP IS THE ONLY WAY.

  Napoleon Bona Part says,” Leader is a dealer in hope.” When things get worst and team lost complete confidence than leader stood up and offer assurance and insurance to the team. In Bhagwad Geeta ( Chapter -18/66) endorse the same feelings . Leader always live with keys not locks. He always offers solutions to the team. He is never ...

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Can I create difference on planet before my final exit?

Stephen Hawking, one of the legendary physicists of this century narrated that we are on a minor planet of a very average star located within the outer limits of one of a hundred thousand galaxies. After reading I felt that do we have any meaning while living on planet? I know that everything remain same before my existence and everything ...

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Lady Gaga’ is searched 151,000,000 times a month.”

Lady Gaga Poker Face She causes controversy, her music is might not be your cup of tea but it is certain that you will be familiar with the girl from the Lower East Side of New York who in a few short years transformed herself from Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta into one of the world’s best-known musical performers Who we ...

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5 LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM TWITTER ON THE 6th BIRTHDAY

5 LEADERSHIP LESSOS FROM THE TWITTER:   Twitter will celebrate its sixth birthday; boasting over 500 million registered users and, among other impressive numbers, one billion tweets a day.   Not only are at least 100 million people actively tweeting (the rest are lurkers, or completely inactive), the social impact of Twitter has become a realm of study that will ...

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TATA GROUP GESTURE ON 26/11 .YOU MUST READ.

Tata Group have shown gesture for the 26/11 accident . YES! IT IS WORTH READING FOR HR GUYS. All category of employees including those who had completed even 1 day as casuals were treated on duty during the time the hotel was closed Ø   Relief and assistance to all those who were injured and killed Ø   The relief and assistance ...

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FOUNDER TRANSFERS BUSINESS TO EMPLOYEES

Moore said he began thinking about succession about nine years ago. He’d heard about employee stock option programs and got much more serious about the idea three years ago. That Moore has now pulled off what few other company owners would even dream about comes as no surprise to longtime acquaintances, such as Glenn Dahl, owner of NatureBake bakery in ...

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BEATING YOUR OWN BEST

Justine Henin, who had won 7 Grand Slams and more than 400 matches in the life, is playing just her second tournament since coming out of an 18-month retirement. She met with enormous challenges in the Australian open tournament of tennis. She said after winning the first round, “Of course, it is a tough draw but in Grand Slam, every ...

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LEADERSHIP IS ALWAYS “WE” and “TEAM.”

“No. Please, I am not the king of the world now nor the number one. I do not believe in all those things. I am the same person as always and I have the good fortune to play in a great team,” said FIFA World Player of the Year 2009, Lionel Messi of Argentina. I appreciate the simplicity and down ...

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NO TO SEXY EXPOSURE AND YES TO TALENT

Korean beauty and pin-up pool player Cha Yu-Ram has revealed, “I had a photo shoot for sexy photo albums this summer but I promise you that I am not going to be a part of entertainment business.” “I want to be recognized for my pool skills, not for my looks. I think my time is about to begin. Look out at me ...

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ANGER : WHO BURNS WHOM

Anger is a negative energy and most harmful quality. It is wastage of energy. I come across experiences of business houses, where CEOs have anger (of course, dramatic) to produce results. They act with anger and loud noise and bring the results. But, it is not a mentoring leadership. When you commit anger, focus is shifted from the mistakes to ...

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How 2 Minutes Story Can Help Us in Leadership

Leaders gain trust and teach people what’s important to them by telling stories. But, these days there’s so much to attend to — now! —coming at us so fast. You might be tempted to let slide your soft skills, like how to tell a useful story. Just get to the point and move on to the next thing on the list. No time for ...

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DISSATISFIED EMPLOYEES

About 50 percent of executives are dissatisfied with their current position in the work place. The research done by Korn/Ferry Institute, a talent management solution provider, reveals that around 47 percent of employed executives are either somewhat or very dissatisfied with their jobs. The lack of lustre in job market has not only left executives unhappy, but also uncovers a ...

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MAHADEVA DEKA: SHOWCASING PERSONAL COMMITMENT

Mahadev Deka of Assam, India has won Mr. Universe 2009 title in the Bantam weight category at the 2009 Muscle mania Super body world championship held at Florida from June 18-2, 2009. Mahadev Deka is a heart patient and underwent heart surgery in August 2002. He was found with cancer disease. He was given treatment of chemotherapy and has undergone ...

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READY TO STRIKE AGAIN

Shane Bond said: “I feel like a youngster once again. (It’s very difficult for a pace bowler at the age of 33.) It’s like starting from the scratch. It’s been quite a long time to play for New Zealand. Things are never easy straight up. But, I am up for the challenge. Training schedule getting longer, but I do not ...

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CEO’S WITHOUT COLLEGE DEGREE

Thousands of waitlisted would-be MBAs who may not get the chance to go to their dream B-school might want to draw inspiration from the following group of CEOs. They do not have any graduate degrees, or even any undergraduate degrees— and some of them have never even attended college. Of course, not having a degree didn’t stop them from being ...

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ARE YOU GOING TO BE OUTDATED????

The Kelly Global workforce Index obtained the views of nearly 10,000 people in 34 countries including almost 5,000 Indians.  9 Indians out of 10 believe that their skills, potential and knowledge is going to be outdated within five years. Training provided by their company is not going to meet their future career needs. Training as a function should be given ...

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Difference between wise and fool

One of my favourite ideas is backed up by William Bolitho. He said, “The most important thing in life is not to capitalise on your gains. Any fool can do it. The really important thing is to profit from our losses. This requires intelligence and makes the difference between a man of sense and a fool.” The problem with the ...

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WHY CEO'S FAIL?

As an Top Management  coach I come across a great many senior managers and have become a fan of the following list of derailers found in the work of Dolitch and Cairo in their book Why CEO’s Fail:  1. Arrogance: You’re right and everybody else is wrong. 2. Melodrama: You always grab the center of attention. 3. Volatility: Your mood ...

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SATISFACTION AND DISSATISFACTION FACTOR AT THE WORK PLACE ARE DIFFERENT

Dissatisfaction factors include things like getting a proper salary, having paid holidays, access to a canteen, relaxation and thinking space, gym, restaurant, Child-elderly care, shower and washroom, cultural activity and concierge services. A recent workplace satisfaction survey of 600 hundred managers was carried about by Stanhope and ICM for management today, had surprising results. Relaxation and thinking space they really ...

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