The idea of ‘change’ is often very exciting for all of us from the confines of the 4 walls of a boardroom. Everybody loves the idea of change. But oddly, in most situations, nobody wants to make the change and very few leaders want to really take up the responsibility to lead the change. Change, though inspiring as a concept, carries with it hurdles that humans are habitually designed to resist against.
The power of the Internet has made email an integral part of people’s lives. Leading executives in their industry agree that most of them receive at least 100 – 200 emails every day. So the question arises on how we can write emails that won’t stay unread in someone’s inbox?
“The new system takes us a giant step beyond mass production towards increasing customisation, beyond mass marketing and distribution towards niches and micromarketing.” – Alvin Toffler. The pursuit of customisation In a transforming world, customisation is becoming more commonplace. From organisations to business leaders to customers – everybody demands products and services designed ‘only for […]
“Great leaders are prepared for the winds of change.” – Reed B. Markham. Change – is it the new normal? Embracing change to achieve success is one of the biggest problems that organisations face today. In a transformative world, change is a constant. If organisations do not do things differently than their competitors, […]
Have you ever been to a conference to suddenly see a speaker walk in and pull all eyes towards him/her? Such individuals carry themselves with a mix of qualities that exude charisma.