The universe has been changing, so do us. Change is inevitable. Recently, the magnitude and pace of change has been accelerated. One’s ability to accept and adjust to the change in life predicts professional success.
Change management is a gradual process of dealing with the sudden alterations or shifts in an organization’s goals, practices or technologies. In order to match with the competition one must function effectively in a changing environment.
It is quite common to have an assumption that emotional intelligence doesn’t have a role in an organizational setup. Have you experienced emotional outbursts on some days?
Most non-finance functions struggle with developing a financial perspective. But since organizational success is based on financial health, it is imperative for all employees to understand financial implications.
Ownership & Accountability are key ingredients of successful professionals and even organizations. Ownership & accountability have been found to not only enhance performance but have an overall impact on competency and morale of employees. However, most organizations struggle with these competencies.
Effective Crisis Management is necessary for any successful organization. Crisis situations are unpredictable and unavoidable. If organizations are not backed by established preventive measures, then it will lead to heavy loss both in terms of finance and human resources.
Conflict is native to all social life. One cannot really escape conflicts and neither one should because productive conflict can be useful. If conflicts are not resolved, it can lead to job dissatisfaction, reduced group cohesiveness, and increased turn-over rate.
In the corporate world these days, meetings are scheduled one after the other but whether the outcome is productive or not is the question. Is the agenda being followed? How effective are the outcomes?
Don’t we use these terms effectiveness and efficiency quite a lot of times? Do you think they are interchangeable? The answer is no. Mostly the focus is towards efficiency.