A Switch in Time: When an Employee Joins a Rival company

There comes a time when employee switch job and joins rival company, just the way Jyotiraditya Scindia made a switch from Congress to BJP.

1) What should be the strategy while switching to a rival firm?

2) What do you think promotes such a switch?

3) What about restrictive clauses and gardening period?

4) What should the company which is losing its key talent do in such cases?

5) Any preventive measures to avoid such an incident?

Get the tips and inspiration from the article quotes by Vandana Shah


CEO’s role is evolving as an influencer



Gone are days when chief executive officer (CEOs) enjoyed their stature and had lesser tension. These days, CEOs are on toes and work beyond their limit to achieve organisational goals.

Research shows that between 35% and 50% of all CEOs are replaced within five years and this is a costly proposition for any organisation. Hence, an organisation would not trade to lose its leader until the leader is purely inefficient.


Does a 360-degree feedback work?


Excited to give feedback about the recent seminar you attended or performance review of your subordinate? The process of giving and receiving feedback is a part of our daily routine. Knowingly or unknowingly, we keep giving and receiving feedback about various activities happening around us. Feedback in any organisation is crucial for the growth of subordinates. And so is for superiors. Feedback is nothing but the transmission of information about any internal activities or business processes through one’s own experience.


Employees – The most precious resource


Financial capital is considered the most critical aspect of any company. Top-level executives keep discussing how to increase capital and draw maximum profitability. However, financial capital is not the company’s most scarce resource. In fact, it is relatively easily available and still cheap. As per Bain’s Macro Trends Group, global supply of capital stands at around 10 times global GDP. Hence, the demand for investment in projects and R&D is considerably low than the most scare resource — human capital.


How Executive Coachings Deliver Different Results When Undertaken by younger, Older Employees

How Executive Coachings Deliver Different Results When Undertaken by younger, Older Employees


A study conducted by Manchester Inc.On the impact of executive coaching showed an average return on investment of 5.7 times the initial investment.

Among the benefits to the companies, it was found that productivity of employees increased by 53% and quality by 48%. The employees were able to reduce customer complaints by 34% and reduced cost by 23%. The bottom-line profitaility increased by 22%.


When One Becomes the Boss

When one becomes the boss


“Leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others.”

The quote by the famous author John Maxwell says a lot about the core leadership quality that a person should possess in order to be a successful leader.

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