Trust

December 22, 2016

Why Acknowledgment Matters?

“Yes, I cracked it – this is way too easy, what’s next?” rang out a participant, Alok in Team 3. Just a few minutes back, we introduced a popular puzzle challenge, The […]
August 1, 2016

Why Giving Autonomy To Employees Matters?

Self-motivated employees are like the engine of a company. However, as a leader, it is beyond your control to create a self-motivated employee. In fact, the words ‘self –motivated’ describe that a […]
December 23, 2015

3 Behaviours That Exemplary Leaders Demonstrate

Leaders and their behaviors are critical components for team success of any team. Often though, Leaders overlook or are unmindful of the importance of their own behaviors, due to being neck deep […]
December 7, 2015

“TEAM BUILDING” – A Common and Costly Misunderstanding !!

Teams are not built. ‘Natural Teams’ happen when the right environment is created. The instinct to hunt, survive, and WIN in packs is part of our primitive programming. The challenge of leadership […]
December 5, 2015

Why Should Start-Ups Invest In Team Building Activities?

And suddenly, we hear more & more news of startups – but for all the wrong reasons! First it was the food ordering startup TinyOwl, that garnered much attention because of laying […]
November 5, 2013

3 Pointers for Managing Team Conflict

Is conflict in a team good? Leaders often worry about conflict. The two frequent responses, hence – when they encounter one in their teams is: To try and play mediator or Ignore […]
October 15, 2013

5 Tips for New Managers

I had an interesting conversation recently with a business leader about employees taking up people management roles for the first time. Individual contributors who do well in their roles, get promoted to […]
August 12, 2013

Top 25 Inspirational Videos For Teams

Inspiration can be found anywhere. In a world that’s losing its attention span by the second, there’s no better way to make a lasting impact than meaningful and engaging videos. And so, […]
November 19, 2012

Book Review : Ubuntu by Stephen Lyndon & Bob Nelson

A few days back I read the book, “Ubuntu” by Stephen Lundin & Bob Nelson. The key message of the book – for me, resonated with some people I know and to […]
August 28, 2011

Lessons From The MouseTrap Challenge

Conversations – especially in a team scenario can often be like an Adventure. We know for sure where we are starting from, but like rivulets that find their own path as they […]