My coach once asked me: What is that one thing that holds you back from doing what you want? I said: Overthinking. The consequence is inaction. Analysis-paralysis – that’s my biggest challenge. I was reminded of this when my friend T, called me a couple of days ago, to give me the big news that …
The pandemic has had a huge impact on levels of stress and burnout across the globe. How can leaders think differently about retaining employees, and creating an engaged workforce?
In this article, I reflect on thoughts that were sparked by Cal Newport’s ‘Deep Work’ – about the importance of really knowing what we want from life, the magic of presence and connection, and the value of a deep life.
There is a lot we can learn from research about how to foster a deep sense of well-being, or a sense of thriving or flourishing for ourselves as well as the people we lead. In this article, we explore what we can learn from Seligman’s PERMA theory of well-being, to enable flourishing at the workplace.
A critical success factor to managing change is the manner in which the organisation and leaders communicate. Human centric leaders are honest, empathetic, authentic and consistent with their communication. Here is a ten point checklist that comes from years from experience with change and communication
Success will be defined by our ability to change, evolve, pivot, and even transform in the next decade and beyond. What does this mean for us as leaders and companies? Rameet Arora, reflects his experience with Change Management to offer a paradigm shift and a recipe for success.
If one can truly believe, if one can set their mind free and if one is driven by purpose, anything is possible. In my case, I founded this company, The Core Questin.
Leadership and change work depends on the quality of the leader or coach to observe and adapt his or her quality of listening. However listening is probably the most underrated and under-practiced skill in the world. Every one thinks they do it, almost everyone secretly knows, they could do better. This blog helps with a simple construct to be more self aware and listen better.
If you’ve wondered whether you need a coach or how coaching can help, this blog provides some answers. Shweta Anand Arora highlights some situations in which it’s useful to have a coach, using examples from her own coaching practice.
Each one of us is capable of living by our purpose. But how does one do that? In this blog the author shares lessons from John Mackey, the entrepreneur behind Whole Foods.