Job Search – Strategies that work better

How do you change a job? Here is the case in front of me (and this is typical of so many examples I have seen): He wants to get into a new job that gives good role, company has good culture, it leverages all the strengths the person has. His modus operandi is something like … Continue reading Job Search – Strategies that work better

Managing conflict at workplace – I

I would like to talk about one of the topics about work relationships that come up very often (and came up again very recently). Scenario A is a smart guy, well-established and on track to be promoted to next level. He is admired by others in his group and he is proud of himself. B … Continue reading Managing conflict at workplace – I

Personality Style or Weakness – you are the judge

One of the persons reporting to me mentioned he has bad memory and so he cannot quickly respond to out-of-context questions. He further inferred from this that this weakness will stop him from doing his job effectively. After more discussion, it was clear to me (though I leave this decision to the person himself) that … Continue reading Personality Style or Weakness – you are the judge

Career management gives better return on your talent investment

I have had the opportunity to talk to many college going students and fresh college passouts about their goals, and most of the time I hear them talking about 'getting a job with highest possible salary'. Everytime I end up telling them to look for jobs with learning and growth potential instead, and most of the … Continue reading Career management gives better return on your talent investment