Running a marathon, there’s no app for that 3

How it all started- Having run the half marathon a couple of times and many 10km runs, the full marathon was on my mind for a few years now. It’s something that I guess many people go through when you have achieved one goal. You tend to ask yourself what next? I was sure about one thing, delaying it will only make it more and more difficult….. So, when a

HR teams need to show that they care 0

AceNgage recently conducted an HR Effectiveness survey and here are the results: HR unfortunately has a tough job and no one denies it but unfortunately many of them also do a terrible job of it. “Its important for HR to move from Human to Humane” While the challenges can be plenty the start point for any HR leader would be to have an as-is understanding of what employees think of

Why do some Managers always have low attrition 0

A lot of times I get asked about how some team managers consistently have lower attrition than their peers. I believe that its a combination of many things. There are factors that managers may not be able to control such as project dynamics, office location, learning opportunities etc. Having said that, there are clear traits that make some managers stand out from the crowd. Do let me know if I

3 months notice period-Totally ridiculous or an absolute requirement? 3

Taking off from a comment in my last post I am increasingly curious about the merits of having a notice period, especially the 3 month notice periods The main reasons why Organizations have a notice period are: Backfill Since finding the right profile may take time it gives an opportunity for the Organization to backfill the position. However, this challenge is more in smaller Organizations when there is only one

Accepting the offer but not joining, how irresponsible?! Or is it? 3

Over the past few weeks I have been speaking with several HR leaders to find out what are the challenges they face. While attrition continues to be challenge, Everyone expressed their frustration about candidates not joining after accepting an offer. Obvioulsy they are perplexed. The candidate attends several rounds of interviews,accepts the offer, says he’s joining and then bang on the date of joining he doest show up. To make

You have done enough reacting, let 2017 be about Acting 3

The challenges that Organisations face continue to be around talent attraction & employee retention. Nothing new there. Oh Happy New year 🙂 AceNgage over the past several years has worked with a lot Organisations on many many areas of employee engagement & retention. I can, with a lot of confidence, state that we have a good understanding of what Organisations should do to address these challenges . You have to

“Psychological safety” and why it may have led to Mistry’s exit 3

For those you who haven’t yet heard of psychological safety, here goes… Google recently published results from their project, known as Project Aristotle, which took several years, and included interviews with hundreds of employees and analysis of data about the people on more than 100 active teams at the company. “The project was to find a magic formula—the perfect mix of individuals necessary to form a stellar team.” I can

What not to do once you agree for a meeting 2

A good part of my time is spent in meetings. I typically meet HR folks across various designations and I must admit that mostly the interactions are quite intellectually stimulating. But yes there are times that it does get annoying and I am hoping that those of you reading this will appreciate what I am saying and maybe ensure that you don’t do this to someone else. “Please don’t make

What do employees want 1

A couple of weeks back, I met with the Director HR of a large Pharma company and during the conversation, he asked me if I knew what employees really wanted. Well, yes I had a fair idea but I figured that the best thing to do was to ask the employees. What better way to know for sure? My team of counsellors ( behavioural psychologists) recently spoke with around 4500

Indians are happy at workplace, but constantly on the lookout 2

This was the headlines of an article I read in this morning’s Economic times. The article spoke about a study that found that the level of job satisfaction in India is extremely high at around 88%, as against the global average of around 56 %. It also said that 71% of the Indian workforce is either thinking about or actively looking for new positions. I run a business helping Organisations

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