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  • Wishing For A Perfect Boss?

    Who is a perfect boss: the one who is cheerful, professional, experienced and fair. But in reality this does not exist. Building a productive working relationship with the existing imperfect boss is a more practical solution. 

  • Managing Workplace Relationships

    The building, protecting and repairing of relationships is at the center of all our lives - personal and professional. As a supervisor or manager you will build and maintain thousands of relationships during your career. This makes it worth developing your relationship skills. Here are some tips on building good relationships at work.

     

  • Workplace Romance: A Reality

    We spend a lot of time with colleagues in the workplace. It's only natural that at least some of those relationships would turn romantic. Romance can certainly make coming to work more interesting! However, getting involved can be somewhat risky both for your career and for your relationship. So get to know some 'rules' before you get into a relationship.

  • Creating Healthy Boundaries at the Workplace

    Work is not just about projects, numbers and negotiations; it is also about relationships with your co-workers. Maintaining healthy boundaries with your co-workers plays a big part in a successful professional life and a healthy organization. It is a fine balancing act to be friendly and approachable and at the same time not to overstep boundaries. When colleagues become friends it is a completely different ball game, one that needs to be played with sensitivity and finesse.

  • Saying no to Sexual Harassment

    The Sexual Harassment Act stipulates Sexual Harassment as an offence. As more and more women join the work force in India, men and women work in close proximity for long hours. The possibility of mutual attraction between colleagues and even romantic involvement becomes very strong and so does the issue of Sexual Harassment. We all have a responsibility towards ending sexual harrassment at the workplace.

  • People Skills at the Workplace

    32 year old Shiamak is brilliant, creative, energetic and aggressive. A financial and strategic genius is what some would call him. Despite his brilliance and talent Shiamak is perceived by his peers and subordinates as self promoting, remote and intolerant. Relationships with his peers and subordinates were not a priority with him. He has just discovered a major production setback in an extensively publicized new product. Thousands of orders have been delayed, angry customers are furious and who knows how this news will affect the company's stocks. Things would not have reached such a crisis for Shiamak, if he had understood the value of building relationship with his peers and had his subordinates found him approachable, he might have been able to appreciate the cross-functional challenges of developing this particular product. Like so many other talented people he lacks the emotional competencies that would help him work better as a team.

  • Anger in the Workplace

    Some people have learnt to use anger as a means to get their own way in personal life, and so continue to use this even at work. But what we need to realise is that uncontrolled anger is perceived negatively at workplace. It pays to look at managing anger.

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