What is more productive – spending time analysing failure or understanding what makes us successful as well? The answer to that made a big difference to my mindset
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?
Most change, especially if it is sudden and discontinuous, is painful. A prolonged change journey can lead to attrition, reduced engagement, and loss of trust. In fact, the other side of change is not as celebratory as most leaders dream of it being while in battle with the unknowns. In this article rameet arora discusses the unpoken reality of change fatigue.
Does the choice or articulation of the agenda have a bearing on what could be achieved in a coaching session? Is it important to think through an agenda before your session? How can you chisel the agenda to help the session be more productive? I have been asked this question often and it is a pertinent question because the agenda is the point of leverage in a coaching session. Based on his experience across clients, Rameet arora offers a view on what a useful agenda might look like.
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.
There is nothing more powerful in a meeting than a good listener. Especially a collaborative listener. When a presenter feels he or she is being listened to, they are more confident, more articulate and often more insightful. As a leader, it is not just important to you but also to the room you are leading that you listen actively. But what do you do if you have a short attention span? The author shares a unique way to start building demonstrable and collaborative listening, despite challenges.
Coaching from the lens of a coachee (client). We often hear about outcomes from coaching, but wonder what the process feels like. A wonderful read in which Prameet Kamat narrates his coaching journey with Shweta Anand Arora.
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.