If there’s one thing that no one around seems to have enough of in todays time - it’s ‘TIME’. “I don’t have time to even breath”, is easily one of the most overused clichés of our times. You’ve used that line too, haven’t you? The rise of 24x7 connectivity and social media have most of us reeling for a little ‘me’ time, a term that’s also a product of this time-starved era. Source: www.taxfinlaw.wordpress.com And then we go ahead and waste whatever spare time we have on those
I have two simple questions for you to start with: What is the one common trait that all leaders have? What is the number one fear that most people have? The answer to both these questions is, not incidentally, the same. All great leaders, without any exception, are brilliant public speakers and survey after survey shows that the thing most people are afraid of are not snakes or heights, but public speaking. We don’t need to establish the importance of public speaking, do we?
As much as it’s vilified, email is one of the most important and powerful tools of communication in the internet age. It has made it easier for all of us to communicate with each other. The biggest benefit has been the dramatically reduced turn-around times that we treat as default today. With the emergence of social media platforms and messenger services we now have more avenues to communicate with but, email still remains the number one choice for all professional interacti
The last 25 years have seen radical changes in the way teams are organized, how knowledge is accessed and how individuals communicate with each other. Technological changes since just the turn of the century have deeply impacted both, our personal as well as professional lives. The world of 90’s, the world that I came of age in, seems like a distant dream now. The generation streaming into the job market today, called the Millennials by those eager to create simplistic narrat