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Upskilling and Reskilling – to stay afloat
COVID brought with it many changes and a lot of learnings. It reiterated what we all always knew but never paid attention to. For any #business to grow, having #skilledmanpower is of utmost importance and in turbulent times like these, #employeeretention has become the need of the hour. #Reskilling and
Leadership trends for 2021 and beyond
2020- A year of uncertaintyand reset. The situations in 2020 have exposed our weaknesses, strengths and the need for change in ways few could have predicted. If we look at the positive side of this global pandemic,it has forced organizations and individuals to pivot and adapt according to the situation we
Virtual Onboarding – a different perspective to include
The face of how we work has shifted dramatically in the last few months due to the ever-evolving COVID-19 global pandemic. With timelines remaining indefinite and an undoubtedly “new normal” settled, we are in a space where we need to adopt new tools and strategies to make remote working environments
What does it take to reshape the rules, for ourselves, and those around us?
As we explore possibilities while planning our way forward when it comes to Diversity and Inclusion, we often forget the people who put their entire life in making the dream of a diverse and inclusive world a reality in their own ways. In this article, let’s celebrate wins of each
Are we willing to truly bite the bullet ?
Is it too difficult to accept that its absolutely fine if “women cannot have it all”? Every individual lives in a unique context within which they operate and make their decisions and choices. Individuals should be able to exercise their agency to choose with dignity and reasonable responsibility. Respecting and
Choose to challenge- Stereotypes at work
Stereotypes manifest as micro behaviors in our day-to-day interactions and communications with people around us. At work, women repeatedly battle these stereotypes, which hinder their performance, productivity and impact the contribution they make at the workplace. Allowing women to work, without barriers, will improve outcomes for everyone. The question that
Choose to challenge- Body shaming and the need to fit in
A number of people today have either experienced body shaming or are grappling with the impact of body shaming influenced by the media or through socialization. However, the bigger question is do we really focus on the impact body shaming has, not just for adults but also for young children?
Choose to Challenge: Guilt, Self Imposed Constraints and Emotional Stress
Even today decisions concerning the career of women, their marriageable age etc are influenced by the cultural norms of the society we live in and this often culminates in the form of self imposed constraints, emotional stress and guilt amongst women . This emotional baggage which women carry often becomes
Professional and personal success can go hand in hand, why do women have to choose?
We live in society which is strife with stereotypes and biases. And consciously or unconsciously, these get ingrained into our belief systems so strongly, that it takes a lot of deliberate effort and intent to overcome them. And, the most common bias and stereotype is between a man and a woman. Created as
Women and leadership- Why do they need to prove themselves more?
Today, we see women excelling and reaching the top across professions whether it is sports, politics or the corporate world. Despite this progress, we all would agree that it hasn’t been easy. Leadership is not differentiated by gender but women still struggle to represent themselves in leadership positions. Whether it
How to deal with toxic managers
Having influence is not about elevating self, but about lifting others- Sheri Dew Toxic managers can have long lasting and a wide impact on the organization culture and reputation resulting in attrition, reduced information sharing, discouraging cooperation and collaboration, organizational politics and increased absenteeism. Please share your views in the
Bidding Adieu to the TISS Interns
When we onboarded them, little did we know that these 3 musketeers – Subhashree Sekhar, Abhijit Manwatkar and Prem Kumar Dayyla will become more than interns from TISS ODCL and be an integral part of the MarchingSheep family in merely 4 weeks. As we bid adieu to this bunch of energetic, passionate and hardworking interns, we wish them success,