The mid-managerial leadership is the life force of any organization – driving organizational vision, strategies and results on one hand and managing people, budgets, operational processes and people development on the other. Mid managers are also the force behind any change or organizational restructuring.
Characteristically, a key account is that valuable customer of your’ s whose loss would have a significant impact on your organization’s profits. Hence, Key account management (KAM) isn’t just about winning new business from your customers but changing the very complexion of how you do business with those customers.
Everything changes and nothing remains still you cannot step twice into the same stream” – This deﬁnes today’s leadership development.
It has been well established for decades that the area of the brain we associate with strategic thought is the prefrontal cortex. It is this part that allows humans to process things like -pattern recognition, logical thinking ,probability & risk appraisal, and abstract thinking. It is this part that enables managers to solve problems.
India has had the good fortune of witnessing some women redefining corporate leadership, business landscape and the political arena. While this is true, what is also uncomfortably evident is the inequality that prevails with the larger segments of women in these domains.
A CEO’s performance is as good as their middle managers” – Med Jones In organizations, if any endeavor has attained the peak of platitudes in concept and in deployment, it must be the ” Management Development Programs”! MDPs for the last 2 decades have vacillated between
This blog is a part of our two-blog series on the topic “Leadership in the Digital World”. In our first blog, we focused on the mindset and competency shift required by the leaders in the VUCADD business environment.
Women leadership style can be a rich source of insight about inclusive leadership. Today hierarchical models of leadership are becoming redundant and the modern business…
It is not the change that do you in, it is the transitions” – William Bridges People commit a fallacy when they use change and transitions interchangeably. While both talk about a shift,
Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, is quoted as saying “change is the only constant in life”. He lived in Ephesus, near modern Kusadasi, Turkey, around 500 B.C.
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