Organization mergers and acquisitions are never simple. They normally accompany conflicts, disruptions, mistrust, ambiguity, anxiety etc.- on professional and personal front. Here are some bits of my personal learning in my journey of two large organizations being consolidated.
One primary factor for an employee to give consistent performance, is the work culture of the organisation, which shapes up the employee mindset eventually resulting in employee involvement one step ahead.
Team dynamics are the unconscious, psychological forces that influence the direction of a team's behavior and performance. They are like undercurrents in the sea, which can carry boats in a different direction to the one they intend to sail.
In the past few years, collaboration was listed as one of the top five skills employers need the most. Your ability to work well with others on a team is essential for developing your career in just about every field, from health care to government, sports, education, tech, and the military. We find ourselves working in teams, why?
As a result of COVID-19, many of us have stepped into a new reality of virtual working, which poses new challenges for leaders. It goes without saying, virtual is not physical, and team connection and productivity will not automatically continue in a virtual world. Virtual teaming affords many benefits but presents a higher risk of misalignment and lack of collaboration, which may take a toll on team trust and employee engagement if not done right.
Let me travel back in time when I started my professional career. Over these years, I worked for various organizations across various countries in different industries and with different nationalities.
In today's business world, there are a variety of interviewing tools, and techniques that organization uses at various levels for hiring their talent. Sometimes these tools, techniques, and people that you meet during the hiring process, makes it unique and memorable. Here is one, which I would like to depict as till date I fondly remember it and I am rather proud of having gone through such an interviewing experience.
The greatest opportunity each one of us received last year during the Pandemic was
Advancing in your career isn't a chance you leave it to happen. Career advancement is a conscious choice, and the investment you make is in terms of your time, energy, and effort.
For organizations that have been lasting more than 20 years, culture is a DNA that an outsider just has to adjust to. However, for growing organizations, the early days will be a roller coaster ride. A limited number of committed and engaged employees would only be focused on a ground-breaking idea to keep the adrenaline flowing and for solving their day-to-day problems as they arise while growing the business.
You cannot scare me, I am the mother of two teenagers
Everything about the last several months have been unprecedented, fearful, and uncertain. However, despite the state of a pandemic and global crisis, economies are still holding up, businesses are continuing, and people are living their normal lives in this new normal. Recruitment during a crisis like this is no easy matter. <span>There have been changes in the hiring needs, the way we hire, and the talent pool available.
In recent years we are seeing a worldwide economic downturn on account of COVID-19 that has disrupted or is still disrupting