Three things happened in the past few days. A friend’s hard working colleague, the head of an important FI division died suddenly, but within the week, the office was humming efficiently again. My sister was upset that her boss would not give her role clarity despite her being the top grossing broker for her company. And Indra Nooyi’s comments on juggling and struggling with a family and career, hit the social media.
It got me thinking. Life is too short to feel guilty about wanting to be superwomen and over achievers in every role we play.
Girija Ram Director of Newgen Knowledge Works talks to Aneeta Madhavan of TC about clarity of thinking in the workplace.
From colleague to colleague, partner to partner, function to function, a personal or a company’s success both in gaining value and maintaining relationships depends on how well you get the conversations right.
A difficult conversation describes a common dynamic in disputes – “The attitude of ‘I’m right and you’re wrong!” that lies at the heart of practically every position based dispute. I come across this on a daily basis, while getting and giving feedback.
Meet Mona Sabet, entrepreneur, based in the SF bay area. She is the founder of Viblio, an exciting start-up whose product can search and help you make sense of your chaotic video collection.
An engineer and a lawyer, Mona’s experience is both wide and deep. It ranges from tech start-up to large corporations in various executive leadership roles in the Intellectual Property business, Financial Valuations, and Product Marketing.
It is always difficult to read women's mind and more difficult when wife get upset with no reason.In this story, it is really interesting to know that why his wife is upset to him in that morning. I am sure you will not stop your laugh at end. Why his wife is upset to him in that morning
As other loving husbands, Sumit wanted to give a romantic surprise to his wife on valentine's day. He planned some thing for his wife Chetna, who could not control her emotions after seeing it.See, what did Sumit do which made his wife cry on valentine's day ?
Sometimes the behavior of politicians, elected by us on parliament ashamed us, make us embarrassed. India please behave yourself world is watching you, our youth learn from you and follow you in their real life. Read more
In France, you can now legally ignore boss's calls and emails, after 6pm!
Time to move to France:-)
At a time when your career is reaching a peak and you are looking ahead to your own retirement, you may find yourself in the position of having to help your children with college expenses or the financial challenges of young adulthood while at the same time looking after the needs of your aging parents. Squeezed in the middle, you're in the "sandwich generation"--a group loosely defined as people in their 40s to 60s who are "sandwiched" between caring for children and aging parents.