Leadership, Personal Development, Professional Development

I Don’t Trust You: How to Rebuild Trust

For me, the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme is great illustration of what happens when trust is violated or broken.

Leadership, Personal Development, Professional Development

The Truth About Trust !(Part 1)

Supervisors who do not trust their teams are more likely to micromanage. People who do not trust their partners are more likely to be insecure, question their every move or sneak around trying to get information.

Leadership, Personal Development, Professional Development

Critical Thinking Killers: Are You Guilty?

Making assumptions, jumping to conclusions, reacting emotionally and not being able to distinguish between facts or fake news are obvious indicators that you might not be thinking critically about a particular situation, individual or issue.

Career, Leadership, learning, personal growth, professional development, Self Improvement/ Self Help, Thought Leadership

Level UP!!

There is a $9.9 billion market for motivational self-improvement programs and products that seek to improve us physically, mentally, financially or spiritually.

Leadership, learning, Managing Change, personal growth, professional development, Self Improvement/ Self Help

Coming to America..4 Years Later

 Four years ago (Today), I migrated to the USA to embark on a brand new chapter of my life. Excited about my visions of success, the lure of new opportunities and the well wishes of friends and family, I flew out bravely. But, like any big life event or major change, the journey has been filled with challenges and opportunities that I had to navigate to transition… Continue reading Coming to America..4 Years Later

Leadership, learning, Personal & Professional Development, personal growth, Self Improvement/ Self Help, Thought Leadership

Rated R: That Resillence Factor

“Almost Every Successful Person Begins With Two Beliefs, The Future Can Be Better Than The Present And I Have The Power To Make It So.”

Developing Others, Developing Self, Leadership, Management, Managing Self, Personal & Professional Development

Lead At The Level You’re At!

Some time ago, I had a conversation with a colleague at work, in which I raised some issues about a work flow process that I had observed. As I shared my views on how the process could be improved, she nodded her head enthusiastically in agreement. Since I was new to the team, I asked… Continue reading Lead At The Level You’re At!

Developing Self, Engagement, Leadership, Management, Managing Self, Motivation and Failure, Personal & Professional Development

On Failure and Motivation

Doubt kill more dreams than failure ever will It is a truth universally acknowledged that challenges, setbacks, failures and disappointment are a part of life. The best laid plans will go awry. People will hurt and disappoint you. Unexpected challenges and issues will pop up as you go about your daily lives, and well thought… Continue reading On Failure and Motivation