Preamble If you are reading this blog, chances are that you may have read Part 1 and are curious to know about the other three themes or caveats that you must consider while using personality testing. Part I and II of this series exhorts you to mull over the following, before you […]
Have you taken a personality test recently and are somewhat dissatisfied with what it reveals about you? Does your Boss seem to trust the findings of your psychometric profile more than his experience of you when it comes to your growth and that promised promotion? Are you a HR leader seeking a tool which may […]
The Phantasy of the Asexual Workplace: What lies beneath? Introduction One of the oft repeated lines I get to hear from my clients is – “We don’t allow the firm to be influenced and or affected by sexuality – we are a professional organization that endorses values, norms, boundaries, and with a working culture […]
Ferdinand: A Manna of Hope and Love today … The Context Last night, I saw the 4-D version of Ferdinand – an animated film adaption of a classic story that refuses to die down in a world that is besotted with achievement, success, greed and masculinity. On one hand, there have been a series […]
This long read explores identity as a process by linking it with emergent narratives as well as mythologies.
The Trigger… A few weeks ago, I was teaching ‘Managing Change’ at a premier business school in India – a batch of fifty odd young consultants from one of the big 5 global consulting firms, to my shock and dismay indulged in rampant cheating, colluding, and copying from each other in every assessment process – be […]
The Trigger A distant relative has recently decided to attend one of those “Self Help” seminars in New York, an event anchored and designed by a ‘self-help guru’ known as Tony Robbins, who is white, male, extremely rich, charismatic, successful, and appears to have many celebrities as parts of his clientele or so his website […]