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    Four priorities for business leaders to win the future

    Overnight, we witnessed the economic downturn caused by COVID-19 presenting to us a new reality wherein CEOs must discern and adapt.

    Lendingkart strengthens leadership team with three senior appointments

    Lendingkart is financed by investors like FFH, Saama Capital, Mayfield India, Bertelsmann, Sistema Asia, India Quotient.

    Building resilience: Lessons from the last crisis

    Travel and tourism sector has periodically faced upheavals that threatened to derail businesses. From an economic downturn to natural calamities, the sector has periodically faced many challenges. The pandemic may be the stiffest test it has faced in decades, but Deep Kalra, Founder & Group Executive Chairman, MakeMyTrip, says multiple disruptions have taught them the value of resilience. Preparing for the tough days during good times is the most prudent strategy.

    Board of Directors: The importance of good corporate governance in family run businesses

    Governance of an enterprise encompasses several aspects such as the composition and role of the Board of directors, decision making process, oversight of management, compliance and compensation practices.

    The power of trust: How companies can turn the tide in turbulent times

    Trust is that building block of an organization that keeps it strong. It inspires employees to give their best to the company, and collectively that culture makes an organisation do things others thought impossible.

    8 ways women entrepreneurs can turn Covid crisis into opportunity

    Uncertainty brings fear and sometimes denial with it. Women leaders may want to take a backseat, hoping the situation would automatically turn back to normal. However, the current situation calls for courage and action.

    Businesses are crumbling due to Covid-19. How can entrepreneurs manage stress?

    As businesses around the world suffer a big blow amidst the ongoing pandemic, there is a need to address mental health woes of entrepreneurs and business leaders.

    Your leadership is being measured and counted. Don’t fall short

    In a moment global crisis, startups need to demonstrate ethical leadership and be empathetic to their employees.

    Leadership amidst crisis: Can traditional traits work in current times

    There are no set scripts for leaders to follow in order to sail through this situation. This extraordinary situation has certainly placed some uncommon question like never before to the leaders around the world.

    Survival strategies for businesses during COVID-19 lockdown

    We are all in this together, so the ideal way is to stay transparent with your consumers about what your business is going through. Customers can empathize with companies facing a crisis, as long as the communication is transparent.

    Micromanagement in the times of crisis: preparing for the Covid-19 threat in the workplace

    Micromanagement in the times of crisis: preparing for the Covid-19 threat in the workplace

    It is impractical for one or a small group of company executives to collect, and process all the information regarding the imminent threat of Covid-19 infection in their area or among their staff.

    How to successfully manage organisational conflicts

    How to successfully manage organisational conflicts

    Though the satisfactory resolution of interpersonal conflict is essential, it is the prevention that should be the greater focus.

    Getting more done: Why task management is the key to managing time

    Getting more done: Why task management is the key to managing time

    Task management is superior to time management as it provides the required flexibility, personalisation and customisation.

    Getting design thinking right in human resources

    Getting design thinking right in human resources

    From hiring to remuneration and skilling to mentoring, every HR process can be improved by applying design thinking to it.

    How MSMEs can create a win-win relationship with their customers

    How MSMEs can create a win-win relationship with their customers

    The secret sauce behind happy customers is to have happy team members. You cannot create happiness on the outside if your organization is not happy on the inside.

    Delegation of work: To constantly firefight or create a vision for the future

    Delegation of work: To constantly firefight or create a vision for the future

    The biggest cause of such fires is non-delegation of tasks to responsible people with clearly defined accountability. When you delegate, you have to allow time for people to step up and demonstrate their abilities.

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