Personal change drives Organisational change

Personal change drives Organisational change
Ravana also reacted. Rama could have stopped his brother Lakshmana or they could have gone to Ravana to say sorry! Think of various scenarios.

That was until March 11th, 2020, when the World Health Organization declared the Covid outbreak a global pandemic causing countries and organizations around the world to lock down to prevents the spread of COVID-19. We have experienced several years’ worth of transformation in just a few short months. The degree of disruption has varied across geographies and industries. All organizations are seeking ways to stabilize and adopt strategies and working models that promote resiliency within their people and business operations.

If you thought you are alone, think again. This situation is unprecedented and new to all of us; regardless of where we are based, professionals around the world are facing similar challenges. In the midst of adversity lies opportunity. “Whenever there is a challenge, there is also an opportunity to face it, to demonstrate and develop our will and determination,” The Dalai Lama. Rather than seeing this crisis as a problem, focusing on it as a situation to handle is a...

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Tapas Acharya

Head - HR at The Dhamra Port Company Limited, Bhadrak (Odisha)

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Tapas Acharya

Head - HR at The Dhamra Port Company Limited, Bhadrak (Odisha)

July 2022 Issue

Building Better Work Culture -July 2022

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