Ah! the Weekend is almost here. A time to unwind from whatever kind of week you had with Weekend #ShortReads. Continue reading “Weekend #ShortReads: The Japanese concept of “Ikigai” and other interesting topics”
In the July issue of n:Gage leader speak, Sonali RoyChowdhury, HR Director, P&G India, answers questions about everything from the brilliant CSR programs that are run in India to challenges of engaging and motivating a multicultural workforce.
….employees are more engaged and happier working for a company with strong value system and “doing the right thing” culture, and multiple internal/ external surveys keep validating this. Apart from our formal programs, we also have lots of informal employee-led “circles” under a program called ‘Vibrant Living’ which are actively doing their bit in making a difference to the world!
You can read the PDF version here
It’s that time of the year again! When the industry buzzword is “Appraisal” ….. at least for a few months.
For employees – commences the race to getting to the highest bonus bracket.
For managers, supervisors – dealing with the stress of negotiations, confrontations and potentially unwarranted employee pride
For HR – is the true test of their Performance Management strategy Continue reading “Where Appraisal meets Engagement…”
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has been making waves at the box office. Everyone wanted to know why Kattappa killed Amarendra Baahubali. A story of intrigue, ambition, greed, love, loyalty and everything in between.
Like all good stories, there are nuggets of wisdom embedded in there that leaders can put to good use. So here are five employee engagement tips from the story. (Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen the movie, and are planning on seeing it, you might want to skip this post for now and come back later once you have seen the visual treat) Continue reading “5 Employee Engagement tips from the Baahubali Saga”