#6 Strokes in High Impact Conversations

Earlier I had mentioned that we shall explore Strokes and the role of strokes in High Impact Conversations. Stroke in Transactional Analysis Parlance is patting someone on their back. Dr Claude Steiner discovered that all people of all ages require strokes for their psychological and even physical, well being. Children who live without being touched,…

#5 High Impact Conversations & ego states

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. —GEORGE BERNARD SHAW There are three common ways of handling High Impact Conversations, either we avoid them, or face them and manage them poorly or face them and manage them well. Some of the challenges in handling these High Impact Conversations…

#4 Are Enabling Managers construed as Weak?

I had mentioned earlier about building a culture of employee engagement by ensuring to be one of the best managers for your people to work with. I have some open questions here – what kind of leaders that you have worked with were able to make you give your best? Who were those leaders for…

#3 What Do We Aspire?

I think one of the fundamental questions that we need to address, as working professionals is WHAT DO WE ASPIRE? In continuation with my previous write up, where I emphasized that most of us wouldn’t know what is it that we Aspire during the early stages of our career. We figure out eventually, with the…

#2 What is your Locus of Control?

Most of us, I am sure will agree that we started our career with some thought process & planning. However, with time, our seniors must have spotted some talent, promise in us, which we must have been oblivious to during the start of careers, and eventually through various lateral shifts, most of us are where…

#1 Evergreen Literature Classics

Though in today’s age and time, we enjoy reading books that are more pertinent to our careers, I am sure we have all grown up reading Literature classics. My own journey of reading commenced with my dad taking me to a library & introducing me to comics between 5-6 yrs & later on to the…