Month: January 2020

Motivation is Intrinsic but its Activation is Extrinsic

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Biggest challenge an HR might face in motivating employees Let myth be broken that someone can motivate another individual. As humans, we have different needs & different aspirations and we are driven by the fact that our needs are being fulfilled in compensation to the time & resources we as employees devote to the organization. […]

IT is the New Frontier for HR

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For the past few decade since the Indian economy has opened up and the world has become a smaller place to live in. The country has become now host to many MNCs. With this come a diverse workforce with gender diversity, cultural diversity, regional diversity etc… The message has been very clear to the management […]

Establish a Link Between Training Intervention and Business Needs

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How do you create a buy-in for trainings at workplace? Creating a learning culture in an organisation is a continuous activity which must ensure that it creates and shows value as to how it impacts positively to business. It must be driven from top to bottom in an organisation. However, it is the responsibility of […]

Spend Time to Understand the Business

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Geetanjali Wheeler is a seasoned L&D professional passionate about building a culture that promotes learning agility at all levels in the organisation. She is convinced that it is how one can continually build people capability and drive business outcomes. Geetanjali has established credibility with her stakeholders as a business driver and in partnership delivered many […]

Understanding the culture and trade of the organisation is the magic potion to create buy-in.

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How do you create a buy-in for trainings at workplace? Understanding the culture and trade of the organisation is the magic potion to create buy-in. The more you understand the business, the relation and trust gets better. Asking apt questions (we call it “training need identification“) at right time and platform provides input which turn […]

Employees must be aligned with One-shared Vision of the Organization

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Biggest challenge an HR might face in motivating employees. In today’s date the job has become so monotonous that some people work in routine or some work just to earn money. Keeping them intact with the values that company is driving, is the biggest problem we face. So if somebody doesn’t feel connected to One […]

Millennials need to be clear about the “why” of it.

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Deepti is currently working with Dentsu Aegis Network which is an Advertising and Media Network and heads HR for North and OD and Talent for India. She has grappled with all aspects of HR in her 20 year career from recruitment to employee relations, to ethics and compliance to talent development. Her favorite subject in […]

Answer the question “What is in it for me?”

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Tips for a budding L&D/HR professional? It is absolutely critical to build credibility and trust with your stakeholders. You can do this by ensuring that they experience consistency in every interaction with you. Consistency means that your work output is the best that you could have made it in your context; consistency means that in your behaviors, […]

Human Beings and Robots will Probably Co-Exist in the HR World

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Karan is an HR Business Partner with Intuit and has been with the organization for 1.5 years. He also co-chairs the Intuit India Pride Network and is passionate about making workplace a welcome place for everyone. Prior to Intuit, he has worked with Intel, Ernst & Young and Jubilant Life Sciences. He is an alumnus […]

Employee engagement is a continuous activity.

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Biggest challenge an HR might face in motivating employees? There isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ formula when it comes to a subject like motivation. The primary reason for this arises from varying needs of the company workforce. Expectations between employees and the company is a two-way affair and ultimately boils down to striking the right […]