Fostering Team Creativity


The fast changing business environment is forcing organizations to continuously evolve and innovate. Cutting costs and lean management are no longer the solution to stay ahead of competition. Something different and fresh is the need of the hour – Fostering Team Creativity. The aim of this article is to provide practical insights into the much desired but lesser known topic of creativity.


Stress Management – Go the Outdoor Way !

Turkey-Shaped Foam Stress Reliever


In a life of constant pressure and cut-throat competition the youth and working class of metropolitan cities face a constant threat of health issues related to stress. In a world-wide poll of over 105 countries by Gallup, only 20% of people reported that they were not stressed.  According to estimates by PPC Worldwide, a global provider of employee assistance programmes (EAP), more than 62% of health concerns in India Inc in the year to October 2012 were due to work stress.


From Contributor to Leader: A CEO’s Advice on Successfully Navigating Critical Transitions – Chuck Hyde


Leadership (Photo credit: glennharper)

Adaptation to change has been an integral part of the human race in all eras. However, when it comes to managing transitions within the fast changing business environment, very few people are able to master the skills required to become successful in the new roles. Most of them struggle to accept the fact that their contribution to the organsation which has played a key role in getting them the new role- would no longer be relevant. They would be required to acquire new skills to manage the transition.


What Makes A Good Leader, IQ or Emotional Intelligence?

Emotional Intelligence: "Leadership: the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it." - Dwight D. Eisenhower 

Over the years psychologists, organisational behaviour experts and others have researched the phenomenon to understand what makes some individuals, leaders. Do smarter people make better leaders? Although the the obvious answer is "yes," it depends on what you mean by 'smart'.


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