Do leaders need to develop a few new muscles to manage and lead in today’s changing environment? We all realize that the world has changed a lot from the industrial era to the technology era and now to the post COVID era. Pace of change keeps increasing than ever before. Given the new...
Organisations need to re-orient themselves with the values of empathy, care and support & with competencies related to leadership training, coaching and up-skilling as well as designing of meaningful work to ensure talent retention.
It is crucial that women leaders are not sidelined in the post-pandemic era. There need to be more women from diverse groups at the table, with real decision-making power. If organisations want to build resilience, innovation and agility into their culture, they need to shift to more humane...
The concept of next-gen leadership is perhaps more important to sustain organization beyond the success of today. Today's and future leadership is all about sensing change, developing learning agility, navigate uncertainties, innovate, keeping connected, engaged and stay ahead of the curve.
Time for unlearning, reflection and willingness to change towards greater relevance
Openness, curiosity and an attitude to unlearning and re-learning will be key. The HR leader will have to be role model, and also support and guide the rest of the organisation and leadership in these areas.
There is a need to identify and hit the ground running with the top 3 strategic priorities for your organization and trickle it down to business functions and departments.
These leaders will be the ones with the wide-reaching perspective and innovative solutions that reach far beyond the micro to make a macro difference; economically as well as organisationally and perhaps even socially.
Such leaders are typical fault finders, micro-managers and recline in superiority complexion, which is garnered through bookish knowledge. They keep flashing a mirror that only reflects your negatives. They forget the fact that a true leader is one who appreciates your talent and skills and...
Not only did he help the Lucknow Institute but many others as well. I remember whenever we planned a HR Congress or Leadership Congress be it at University of Jammu or Delhi or Mumbai or Hyderabad and he was there along with other HR Leaders and these universities never forgot those moments!
Building next-gen leaders and CXOs has become top-priority for HR. HR leaders and the learning function becomes the sounding board for business leaders and CEO to spot and nurture this process. Capable HR leadership can influence the senior management to take this agenda seriously.