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Self-Promotion for Introverts®: Get Heard More. Even If You Talk Less.

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Nancy Ancowitz “Introverts. The world needs us, can't live without us, and often doesn't quite get us. However, we persist, mostly behind the scenes, quietly contributing to society—writing, creating, designing, researching, solving problems, and digging for treasures ancient and new. Are you one o

Learn from Sachin Tendulkar

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Imagine we had eleven members in India's cricket team like Sachin Tendulkar. Think for a moment. Can any one win our Indian team? Never. Though it is an obvious answer, there is more to it than you imagine.

The Black and White of GST

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 GST (Goods and Service Tax) is likely to be one of the landmark initiatives taken by the Indian Government to simplify and unify the indirect taxes regime. The earlier attempt to unify the Sales tax laws throughout the country through the VAT (Value Added Tax) Acts has been reasonably succes

Six Way Formula to implement Change management

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1. Address the “human side” systematically. Any significant transformation creates “people issues.” New leaders will be asked to step up, jobs will be changed, new skills and capabilities must be developed, and employees will be uncertain and resistant. Dealing with these iss

Anchor Your Networking with Strong Relationships

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This summer, our family took a multi-day, small-ship tour of the Great Barrier Reef near Australia.  The first night we noticed that the anchor being used to secure our small ship in the middle of the Coral Sea was quite small compared to the size of the ship. 

Success on the Far Side of Failure—Learning from Failures

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Successful people often share similar characteristics. But I have come to believe that the single thing they have most in common is that they find success on the far side of failure.   What do I mean by that? I find that almost all successful people have experienced significant failures in l

Planning Change Management Communication

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Anyone with experience in change management knows that efforts can succeed or fail based on communications. Experience consistently teaches that it's almost impossible to over-communicate when leading change.

Change Management -The market place and business models have changed forever

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"It is not the fittest who will survive the change but those who are having the ability to adopt to change" – Charles Darwin