Change- One at a time!

We can either sit on the sidelines and complain about everything that we think is wrong, or we can leverage our privilege and take action. We are all Accountable for driving positive change in our circles of influence. opportunities will come and go. It takes nothing to speak up! But it takes years to undo the harm caused by keeping quiet.


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Resilience At Work

Resilience and persistence only come from having been given the chance to work through difficult problems- Gever Tulley

An organization is only as resilient as its people and resilient teams are built by resilient leaders who have the self-awareness, commitment and compassion to manage their own resilience while staying attuned to the energy and wellbeing of those they lead.

Here is my article on “Resilience at work”, please give it a read and share your views in the comments section.

Happy reading!


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Mental Health Matters

From childhood, we are all taught to be a winner in the rat race. To constantly achieve and over-achieve our goals and targets. What we often forget is that in our hunger to constantly grow, we somewhere start ignoring the other aspects of our self – Our Mental Health. In this month of Mental Health Awareness, here is an article by Nandita Krishan, Vice President – Facilitation and OD Consulting, Marching Sheep on toxic productivity and why mental health matters. Do read, like, share and comment on how you broke the vicious cycle of being over-productive and take care of your mental health.


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Confessions of an Introvert!

I recently got approached by someone to write a book about my Journey. It was tempting, but I realized that it would take a lot of time and effort.
But I do have a lot of experiences, learnings, and insights that I can share.

Today I am sharing about my experience of accepting myself as an introvert, being unapologetic about it and leveraging it to succeed. It took time, but it happened.

Today, when I take sessions, a lot of participants do share that being an Introvert makes it difficult to network, or build visibility. To that I say, being Authentic matters.

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Starting your own business is a difficult job

Many of us dream of becoming an entrepreneur someday. Having your own business is a dream come true for many of us but it is not as easy as it seems to be. Oftentimes, new entrepreneurs face #biases and #assumptions at the nascent stage of securing funding, the fuel which keeps their companies going. India has the 3rd largest startup ecosystem in the world and yet, biases are just one of the barriers faced by startups in establishing their business. Here is an article by Nandita Krishan on how to successfully launch and sustain your startup, despite all the hurdles and what entrepreneurs and the ecosystem as a whole can do to become more inclusive. Do read and share your thoughts!


(27) Starting your Own Business is a Difficult Job | LinkedIn

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The Blind Spot

Diversity is a fact! Inclusion is a choice!!
And what better way towards the inclusion of diversity than reminding ourselves that multiple realities exist and all realities are true for those experiencing them?
Here’s a beautiful reflection note shared by¬†
Kunal S.¬†based on his observations and experience around diverse experiences of diverse people and the way we perceive others’ reality that is different from our own.

Happy Reading!

Read Here : (24) The Blind Spot | LinkedIn

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Encouraging failure as a part of growth at workplace

We have this # culture where #success is admired and appreciated and on the opposite #failure is criticized and makes the person feel ashamed about it. Often, it’s not just the act of failing that people are afraid of, it is actually the consequences. But we need to understand that if there is success, failures will obviously be there.

Even if we acknowledge that failure is necessary for growth, the tricky part is bringing it into a business setting, where the entire objective is the success of the #organization.

Here is my article on ” Encouraging failure as a part of growth at workplace”.¬†Please give it a read and leave a comment if you can relate to it!

Read Here : (25) Encouraging failure as a part of growth at workplace | LinkedIn

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The two sides of quiet quitting

According to a recent Gallup survey, 50% of the workforce in organizations consist of quiet quitters. Coined as a phenomenon where employees resign to their KRAs and do not stretch beyond them, it actually has 2 perspectives to it. While one perspective is lack of motivation, innovation and enthusiasm at the workplace, another perspective is the personal life balance which employees focus on. While on one side, it results in employees not engaging in citizenship behaviors at the workplace like no more staying late, showing up early or attending non-mandatory meetings. It also means employees spending more time following their passion and achieving work life alignment.

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How to survive work while going through a heartbreak

Heartbreak is real and so is the pain. It is very normal to feel dejected, worthless and in pain after the end of a relationship or a heartbreak. A recent study in Journal of social psychological and personality science confirmed that when some people break up and lose their cheerleader, the loss has an impact on reaching their professional goals as well.

Here is my article on ” How to survive work while going through a heartbreak”.¬†Please give it a read and share your views and experiences in the comment section.

(16) How to survive work while going through a heartbreak | LinkedIn

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There’s more to people than labels- Rise of non-binary pronouns and their significance

 It would not be wrong to say that there has been a significant shift around us in the past few years about the visibility and acceptance for the LGBTQIA+ people but as a community we still lack somewhere when it comes to a deeper understanding of diversity and inclusion and the little actions or gestures that actually make a lot of difference for these people. The most notable one is the use of gender-neutral or non-binary pronouns. It has become very common today to see pronouns in people’s email signatures and social media bios.

Here is my article on Rise of non-binary pronouns and their significance. Please share your insights and views on this in the comments section.
And a big thanks to Abhina Aher and Ankita Mehra (She/her) for educating us on such an important aspect of diversity. 
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