The ‘Make in India’ campaign was coined by the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi on Sept 25, 2014 with a view to attract businesses from around the world to invest and manufacture in India. Through this initiative, the Government aims to promote the manufacturing of low-cost, eco-friendly and zero-defect products, facilitate investment, foster […]
Many organizations are waking up to the fact that having the latest technology, the most efficient information systems, the “leanest and meanest” organizational structure, is only as good as the people who make up the fabric of the company. In order for an organization to be truly successful, it must align its most valuable asset- ‘human capital’- to the company goals. Employees must clearly understand the organizational vision and goals, understand how they play a role in both, and be motivated to achieve and exceed every goal. HR department, along with the leadership team, is supposed to be the catalyst to drive people agenda, towards achievement of business goals. Acknowledge that role and empower it to play an even larger role in shaping the future of business.
Pace of changes in the business environment has increased significantly over last several years. Questions are being raised on the relevance and value add by HR department in the changing times. What can HR departments do to maintain their credibility and achieve excellence? What are the lessons that we derive on the subject from the world leading thinkers?
Storytelling has re-emerged as the critical social art that is determining the success of the leaders and the organization. ‘Narrative’ has become the most powerful way human beings communicate and remember information.
A story can inspire, motivate, change mind-sets and, most importantly, persuade others to action. We remember stories long enough than mere statistics. Organizations and leaders aiming for greatness, cannot afford to ignore the power of storytelling, if they have to really engage, motivate and retain their talent, and take their organizations to the next level.
Most HR managers and leaders want to become “Inspirational”, develop “Charisma”, have ardent and engaged followers, and help take their people and their organizations to new heights. How many people are able to do it? What are the secrets?
Discover the 9 jewels of wisdom that you can go through, assimilate, practice and see the magic happening within and around you: