Monthly Archives: August 2015

Conversations on High Potential #1 – Learning Agility

This series captures many of the conversations I’ve had with managers and employees on the topic of high potential or key talent. Talent management has created a lot of buzz in the last few decades, but to a large extent, most ordinary employees remained pretty oblivious about what goes into it and why it matters […]

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Making A Successful Leadership Transition

You have been performing well and were given a promotion. This is certainly a cause for celebration. The promotion comes with something exhilarating yet worrisome thoughts – managing and leading others. Perhaps you have chalked up an indisputable track record as the best sales representative, or trader, or researcher, or financial controller (fill in the […]

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5 Things To Do Being The Youngest Manager At The Table

Young managers can make their youth work for them When I was a boy, my family lived in an apartment some shops. Every day after school, I did not have much of an opportunity to mix with children my age. Instead, I spent time with the shop owners and employees working below us who were […]

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