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Every person needs to take one day away. A day in which one consciously separates the past from the future. –Maya Angelou Having a gap in employment is a lot more common than you may think. And with the millennials comprising 80 % of the workforce today, it is actually becoming popular
Given the social construct around the role of women as primary caregivers there is a clear gender push when it comes to choosing remote working as an option. Today, with evolved working models in place, remote/hybrid working has been a blessing for women, helping them manage work and home effectively. While it
We live in a society where leaders are expected to lead, coach, guide, monitor, motivate and drive business but not be selfless and serve juniors or subordinates. Which is why, even though the concept of Servant Leadership is decades old, it has found renewed importance in todays age and post
Sonica Aron , Founder and Managing Partner at Marching Sheep, answers questions on Employee #Happiness, #Leadershipstyle and #Performance. Thank you Team #Sapphire for covering this conversation in HR Xpress.
An unexpected fallout of the pandemic has been the “Great Resignation”. While some said that the #trend was driven by #economicconditions, others said that it was led by the fact that #WorkfromHome and #Flexibility has become a way of life, and hence, coming back to work was not easy for
Here is a take on the difficult emotion that we all experienced at some time at work and some ways to deal with it. Do share your thoughts and opinions on it! https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/navigating-through-grief-workplace-sourajita-panda-she-her-hers-/?trackingId=uG1cPHrUDrtuTmq%2F%2FfOiow%3D%3D
The art of communication is the language of leadership- James Humes Communication as a process at the organisational level, or as a competence at an individual level has always been one of the key factors for success. Since when we have transitioned to remote and hybrid working, the value of communication at
Self-sabotage is when we say we want something and then go about making sure it doesn’t happen.” – Alyce Cornyn-Selby. Self-sabotage is when you consciously or unconsciously do things that work against your own best interest. The biggest trigger of self sabotaging behavior is fear, fear of rejection, fear
Team Marching Sheep is proud to welcome Sourajita Panda to the fold. Sourajita brings with her strong corporate experience in the HR function, consulting experience as well as teaching experience, and a passion for Diversity and inclusion. Look forward to scaling new heights together!
“The art of leadership is saying no, not yes. It is very easy to say yes”- Tony Blair As human beings we are hardwired to say “Yes” to each and everything that comes in our way. In a work environment, saying “No” can be hard but we really need to understand
According to WHO, Persons with Disabilities represent 15% of the world’s population. It has been observed that disabled employees working from home during #lockdown were more productive and took lesser number of leaves than when they were doing their jobs in office. In an effort to create and drive awareness about the 21