Being Good or Anti-Competitive

With people lately realizing that success not only means money but overall quality of life, many have turned away from traditional 9-5 methods to earn their livelihood, so that they can dictate their own terms and have be in charge of their own growth and future. One of routes that many take to achieve that […]

When an organization wins, everyone wins! Even the failures!

Nope, we aren’t ending the blog here, but this is where it all starts! Do you have people in your teams that care not even a bit about their work, their teams or whatever’s going on in the team, workwise or otherwise? I choose not to answer this and leave it to your discretion to […]

Transparent Communication

If you survey a workplace, you’ll find that besides the need for job security and career advancement opportunities – employees these days want to be a part of a workplace culture that puts a premium on delivering the truth.  They desire their leaders to be proactive in sharing where the company is headed and their […]

People Buy Emotions, Not Things

Emotional intelligence, EQ, is defined as the ability to understand and manage emotions as they happen to both yourself and those around you. This awareness leads to a variety of other skills that allow the individual to handle social networks, empathize with others and effectively address customer satisfaction. Many a times, an employee if lacks […]

Importance of Training and Development in IT

–Kanika Verma–   Are you an amateur IT startup or mid-way of becoming a big corporate house? Or you could already be one among the big players in the IT industry. Whoever you may be, big or small, becoming a smart player in your industry is what counts. And what do smart players do? They […]


How many of you stay away from sales people at your local drug store or even at well-established huge brand spaces with fancy lighting and ‘spoiling you for choice’ sort of stuff? I, for one, stay as far away from them as possible; especially when I am just browsing around with my Starbucks. I dread […]