company culture

When talking about Radical Candor, I often get asked about how it applies to different cultures. Can Radical Candor be used for feedback and interactions across countries and cultures? Do you have to approach it differently for different cultures? Here are my thoughts on Radical Candor and cultural barriers: **This is a guest post from […]

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Quite often, we find ourselves googling about the richest person in the world or the world’s most valuable company and the likewise. If they have reached the top, then there definitely is a reason behind it. It takes a lot of Yes and Nos and a lot more risks to claim such a position. Culture […]

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There is that one list of companies that everybody wants to work for. Which comprises of all the workplaces that every other company looks up to. The top companies in the world did not arrive at the pinnacle point without any effort. There are long tales of hard work and sleepless nights behind the success […]

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Workplace automation needs to be in line with the current as well as future business needs. Businesses that are growing and scaling at a fast pace will realise sooner or later that they need automated support to manage people and work processes. Manual execution is and has always been time consuming and menial, nobody wants […]

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Millennials have successfully breached the norms of office culture. More than 50% of the workforce worldwide is under the age of 34. As more Millennials join the working class, we can expect them to make up 75% of the workforce on the planet by 2025. Many companies are now emphasising on the need to make […]

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Talking about goal setting at work, here’s what’s the most common idea that comes to almost everybody’s mind- “What are your goals in life?” How a simple question can be such an amazing conversation starter. The HR asks you about it when you walk in for an interview. A stranger initiates the question as an […]

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Your company culture is like a building made of glass walls. You cannot hide what’s going on inside because the people on the outside can (and will) watch you. The way you conduct your interviews, treat your employees and handle your customers is unreservedly and explicitly known to the world outside. Thanks to the internet. […]

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