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Rupali Rane shares insights of her perspectives on leadership. TETE-E-TETE Vivian Alfred elaborates on engaging leaders. OD ENTHUSIAST’S ORATE
KNOWLEDGE ISSUE NO 100 | NOVEMBER 2016 A H U M A N R E S O U R C E N E W S L E T T E R
Niket Karajagi shares his thoughts on alpha and omega of leadership engagement. FOUNDER’S ARTICLE
PERSPECTIVES ON LEADERSHIP Rupali Rane is a result oriented professional with sixteen years of experience in various aspects of HR and has successfully led team of HR professionals who
THE EDITOR’S MESSAGE The theme for this issue focusses on The Magic of Engaging Leaders . Today, most organizations endeavour to make engaging leadership a part of their organizational culture believing strongly in the power of engagement. Such leaders are a product of formative experiences, deeply held beliefs and behaviours that have transcended their own personal strengths and the discretionary actions of
individuals. These leaders step up and proactively own up their actions. Better business results through innovation, quality and productivity can only come from highly engaged people which are an outcome of an engaging leadership. The topic for next month is Emotional Intelligence . Businesses will consistently experience stresses both internal and external. It is imperative therefore to create leaders of tomorrow whose core competence would necessarily be Emotional Intelligence. We demystify the essence of Emotional Intelligence in the next issue and define practices to build this as a significant competency in organizations who wish to be future ready. If you share a passion for the topic, have a flair for writing and would like to share your views, you can send us a 350 word article with your brief profile along with your photograph in jpeg format to email@example.com
What is the role of a leader? The role of a leader is to create a driven, charged cult to achieve a single crazy goal. Lead the team to take the organization into unchartered, aspirational terrain and succeed. A leader would prefer to work with? Passionate and driven by vision, one who goes all out to achieve results, questions the assumptions, course corrects and builds a high performing team for the organization. A leader who constantly gives me the confidence that“I can do it”is the one with whom I would prefer to work with. Why do you think achievers at times don’t become leaders? Achievers tend to overlook the fact that business change is imminent and thus is the need for next page instituted best HR practices in change management, organizational development, performance management, compensation strategies, etc. She is an MBA from California State University, San Francisco East Bay. She is also a certified as assessment development center professional and undergone compensation management certification. She also is a visiting faculty to NHRD, PESIT and Christ University.
ZEN of Leadership Excellence In the challenging times of business scenarios, who can be a leader 2HrConversation Niket Karajagi Founder, Director - Atyaasaa with TAO of Business Excellence Creating empowered organizations
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