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From Impossibility to success: Learning how to push your boundaries through games

Let’s face it, the games and activities that you would go through when you participate in a BlueSky training program are not easy. Most of these games are designed to help you realize a pattern, strengthen a behavior and help you evolve as an individual. Being on the sidelines gives us a wonderful opportunity to...

STOP, DON’T let them “FIT IN”!

I was having a conversation with one of my colleagues who had just returned from conducting our signature Jumpstart Program (Our Campus to Corporate transition module) and she mentioned something that stuck with me.   After the program, the individual, an engineer who had just joined a large manufacturing MNC, said to my colleague, “Ma’am, the session...

Build Respect And Trust In Your Team: Game Based Conversation For Leaders

It is important that leaders constantly reinforce the message that there are no islands of excellence and that no one can succeed alone. Most teams will fall in a bell curve of sorts, not just in performance, but also in terms of criticality of role/function.   In such situations, it is imperative that the leader establishes clearly...

COHESIVENESS IN A LEADERSHIP TEAM – 5 Steps To Creating Leadership Common Ground

Over the past year or so, more clients are reaching out with briefs which are about wanting to create greater cohesiveness within leadership teams. Business heads and HR Leaders clearly see how critical this is to success in the constantly changing business environment of today.   Established processes and structures although necessary, often create bottlenecks and impede...

Creating Engagement In Remote Teams, 4 Easy To Implement Ideas… TODAY!

A lot of my clients with remotely located sales, service teams as well as people at client locations and client implants struggle with keeping their people engaged and connected to the organization.   The Challenges with remote teams are many; Sense of loneliness leading disengagement with the organisation and its culture. Victim syndrome can kick in leading...

Working in a Matrixed Organisations – 5 Watch-outs, 5 Solutions

Matrix organizations, characterized by employees having a dual reporting relationships - generally to both a functional manager and a product/project manager, are increasingly becoming a norm in organizations today. Particularly as organizations grow larger, become more complex, and enter other markets or are largely driven by projects. The Matrixed structure allows for increased information flow, wider...

Collaboration for Growth

A one-of- a-kind team building event conducted during the Annual Conference in Pune for the World's largest Packaging company around the theme of collaboration. It has been an absolute pleasure working with them over the last 4 years. Never seen so many people showing in an event with never a slack in the passion, no matter what challenge...