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Recommended by: Venkatesh Y
Perhaps the biggest problem I see with a lot of young entrepreneurs I meet is a tendency to think in black-and-white terms when the real world is almost entirely made up of shades of gray. Virtually all the successful people I’ve known over the years are multidimensional thinkers who ask a lot of questions and look at things from many points of view before arriving at what is usually the right
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January 23, 2014 By Jack and Suzy Welch The best thing that can happen to you as a boss is hiring a person who is smarter, more creative, or in some way more talented than you are. It’s like winning the lottery. Suddenly you’ve got a team member whose talent will very likely improve everyone’s performance and reputation. Including yours. Yes, it’s human nature to feel fearful that a

How Employers Can Create a Sustainable Culture of Empowerment

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A recent CareerBuilder survey suggests that 21% of workers plan to change jobs this year -– a 17% jump from last year, and the highest percentage since the recession.   For employers, this turnover rate can be a frightening thought, especially when you consider the poten
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A good read for all. Strong conviction and morality required to implement in personal life.  “Humility involves a willingness to accept the self’s limits and its place in the grand scheme of things, accompanied by low levels of self-preoccupation.” (Kesebir, 2014)."
What hope for humility as society celebrates over-confidence, entitlement and the

How To Map Out Your Decision Making

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Mapping out of your decisions is a way of alleviating hindsight bias and gives you a more granular understanding of how you work.   Daniel Kahneman is something of a sage. He is a psychologist, yet he has won the Nobel Prize for Economics. Why? Because he’s demonst

Making digital marketing more effective

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Only a few years ago, Google was a cool search engine looking for a revenue model. In 2002, four years after launching 'search', the company launched a pay per click (PPC) model on its Adwords platform where marketers paid for clicks instead of impressions.

Do you know your purpose?

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I came across this wonderful article by Rich Roll, where he talks about the purpose of life. Once this purpose is clear, there's no looking back. Everything just flows.    http://www.richroll.com/uncategorized/the-art-of-living-with-purpose/

Prithvi 2014

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Organizing Institute: Department of Geology & Geophysics, IIT Kharagpur Date: 21st-23rd March 2014 PRITHVI is an initiative of Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), IIT Kharagpur Student Chapter, in  association with American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), IIT Kha

Cultivating a leadership culture

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Do you know organisations that build a culture of leadership view performance coaching as an ongoing process, not just a once-a-year activity?