Issue No 29 | DECEMBER2010
a human r e s ou r c e news l e t t e r
OD CONNOISSEUR’S ORATE
HIGHLIGHTSOF THIS ISSUE - Vivek Solanke elaborates on the secret ingredients for success - Vinita Chopra emphasizes on the importance of ‘going the extra mile’ - Ashwin Ramaswamy shares the key to being successful in professional life - Neha Kamat gives insights on ‘Coaching for professional success’ THE EDITOR’S COLUMN Deeksha Jawa Deeksha Jawa, Head – Project Management, Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, is a post graduate in Management HR and Green Belt in Six Sigma with a background in Psychology. She has a passion for behavioural sciences and combines her knowledge of psychometric testing with her management expertise to manage projects end to end and design & develop workshops in order to meet the changing needs of businesses. Everyone has those days when no matter what one tries life seems to be a series of setbacks. Well, today is a brilliant day to take charge of your life and develop strategies to achieve personal and professional success. This edition of Knowledge Beans will help you delve into the ingredients required for success in life
TRANSFORMING LEADERSHIP Vivek Solanke is a masters in Personnel Management and is presently working as Assistant Manager HR, IR and Admin at Endress, a swiss MNC and leading automation company into manufacturing of flowmeters.
Success is waking up in the morning feeling victorious rather than feeling beaten up. Success is walking proudly in the streets with your head up high while being happy and satisfied.
The real secret to success lies in the following formula: Success is all about trial and error: Babies learn how to hold objects correctly by first holding them in all incorrect ways. After sufficient number of tries the baby learns how to hold the object correctly. Thus, if you want to be successful then you must understand that you have to keep failing until you discover what works. Positive attitude and believing in yourself is essential to success: Once a soldier asked the major. “Sir we are surrounded from all sides by enemies”. Major said “Excellent! we can attack in any direction.” A strong and positive attitude creates more miracles than any other thing because life is 10% how we make it & 90% how we take it.
EDITOR’S BEAN TIP
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The tools to becoming a successful person: - Introspect - Have the desire to learn - Invest in self development - Set reasonable goals - Commit yourself to whatever you do - Surround yourself with winners - Welcome new ideas and approaches - Take risks and don’t be afraid of failures
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