The first thing that happens when you talk about gender bias to men and successful women is them ‘pooh-pooing’ it. They say it’s all in your head. Honestly, I was in this category a few years ago and I felt justified. I relied on the logic that everyone is responsible for their own courage and … Continue reading Gender bias – it exists. What can we do about it?
Everyone is scrambling for ideas for cost cutting! Naturally the panic has increased phenomenally in the last few days and it is not without reason. Businesses are quoting 'force majeure' and contracts are being cancelled. Priority is to try and ensure there is cash flow to pay salaries and get more businesses. Naturally HR folks … Continue reading Economy and HR’s role.
It happened during my college days. I had relocated to my home town for my under graduation and was carving my own identity. The college had very active student politics and in my last year, the college elected "union" had five of my classmates. I was very proud of this and also the fact that I had … Continue reading Air India Radhakrishnan’s daughter 😜
"There are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen.”-Vladmir Lenin Of course everyone is talking about how the corona virus situation is an opportunity for so many things. It's an opportunity for nature to reclaim some of its past glory - with everyone cooped up indoors mostly, our world is less … Continue reading Crisis as a time for opportunity
A few days ago, my body signalled to me that I am trying to control a situation which did not need to. And, I am thankful to have realised it in the moment. A very senior person in the organisation I consult in, seemed to be rambling and going tangential leading us to nowhere near … Continue reading Listening to listen