Blog

23 Jun

Succession Planing

As a consultant to the “succession planning” exercise for the position of the CEO, the initiatives included the following: We agreed upon the incubation of the candidates identified internally to go through the practices, process and proficiency at the client headquarters overseas for the role. The candidates were integrated into special projects with the idea […]

23 Jun

Interpersonal Skills Test

Interpersonal skills are fundamental to successful relationships at home, at school, at work and socially.  This interpersonal skills self-assessment questionnaire will help you to understand how well developed your interpersonal skills are and identify areas that you can practice and improve. To get accurate feedback it is important that you answer each question honestly, thinking […]

23 Jun

Mid-Career Crisis – An Overview

Mid-Career Crisis is caused when You are stuck up at work for reasons beyond and within your control, which remains unidentified. Handicapped by indecision when it comes to taking a call wrt to scope, role, function, responsibilities and reporting. Unhappy with situations, people, business environment and communication. Feel under-utilised or threatened. Feeling unrecognised and not […]

23 Jun

A Canopy of Coyness: Brushing Past A Breast

True to the chagrin of the frequent economy class fliers in us, the general compartment was a cattle class. Mortification took a back seat to the fact that it was the last train to Howrah from Contai for the day. I suddenly became conscious of the ignominy, writ large at my face, to be chanced […]

23 Jun

My Oath of Hypocrisy as an Indian Citizen. A Preamble to Intolerance, Ignorance and Idiosyncrasy

“We the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic and to secure to all its citizens JUSTICE; social, economic and political, liberty; of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship. Equality of status and of opportunity and to promote among all its citizens; Fraternity assuring the dignity […]

30 May

Cremating the Human Touch in Relationships

Sordid tale of decomposing urban life isolated by the walls of indifference came to the light with the carcass turning into skeletons at the Robinson Street in Kolkata. While the incident offered a much needed respite to the media, tired with covering the political tirades, the bigger question is the emergence of a gruesome survival […]