The most obvious answer would be that managers have subordinates and leaders have followers. Where managers tend to focus on outcomes, leaders focus on people with the bigger picture on the mind. But we believe that it’s a bit deeper than that.
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Great deeds are backed by strong fundamental values that one adheres to. And similarly, when we observe the great corporations spread across different geographies, one common thing that we would find is the strong core company values. The core values shape their culture and also impact their approach to how they want to achieve their goals. And the role of these company values doesn’t only stop there as it also explains their mission and defines their vision. These values help organizations to
In a nutshell, conflict management is the process of identifying and resolving disagreements between two or more stakeholders. The ultimate aim is to weed out factors that might contribute to a conflict in the first place.
> We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. ― Albert Einstein. Being a part of an organization has always been an overwhelming and exciting experience for the employees. During the job life-cycle [https://blog.vantagecircle.com/employee-lifecycle/], from the start of orientation to leaving a job learning new things and gaining skills has always been a part of it. Well, learning is all good until and unless a situation arises that halts your learning pro
The world as we see today has witnessed a major shift towards the digital age. And the organizations have emphasized more on the digital transformation to keep pace with the changes all around. Digital transformation can be disorienting and can create panic but if the leaders are confident about the changes and how it will benefit everyone then adaptation becomes easy. Leaders like Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs, have embraced the digital change and adapted to it very swiftly with their