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Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India

This four-part series delves into the skilling landscape of India and lays down recommendations for making it more successful and scalable.

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Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India – The Entrepreneurship Angle

8 in 10 of India’s workers are employed in the informal sector, according to UN estimates. In order for formal and productive employment to increase, it is important to provide a skilled workforce to the economy. In our previous blog in the series, we explored how the role of government must evolve as an entity … Continue reading “Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India – The Entrepreneurship Angle”

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Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India – Part 2

From traditional systems and outdated infrastructure to the disappointing and often misleading metrics, skill development in India has been left wanting despite the best intentions of successive governments.  In order to avoid the risk of a ballooning class of unemployable young adults, we must work on approaching the issues surrounding the current skilling agenda in … Continue reading “Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India – Part 2”

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Integrating the Gig Workforce: What they Want & What You Should Do

India ranks second in the global freelance workforce after the United States. The temporary workforce in India is around 15 million and most of these gig workers are millennials. While we were well on the path of digitization, the lockdowns across the world have pushed us further toward leveraging technology to manage resources and operations … Continue reading “Integrating the Gig Workforce: What they Want & What You Should Do”

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The Key Factors Shaping the Success of Online Education

The COVID19 pandemic has shaken us all. But our children have been the most affected by it. Almost overnight, they were asked to change their expectations of what ‘routine’ or ‘normal’ looks like. While parents struggled to keep them meaningfully engaged, children struggled with feelings of anxiety, loneliness and boredom. Coronavirus has forced children in … Continue reading “The Key Factors Shaping the Success of Online Education”

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5 Ways to Prepare the Workforce for the Future of Selling

A new era in selling has dawned. And it’s here before we are fully prepared for it. Selling on call was difficult but selling virtually is more of an uphill task. How can you hold your prospective client’s attention? What if he’s busy on his cell phone or working on another screen when you’re making … Continue reading “5 Ways to Prepare the Workforce for the Future of Selling”

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4 Organizational Habits that are Barriers to a Growth Mindset

On the face of it, a growth mindset seems almost too simplistic to be a game changer. It is after all, in its truest essence, the belief that you can be a success despite internal or external roadblocks. To a cynic, or even some realists, it could be too utopic and intangible to lead to … Continue reading “4 Organizational Habits that are Barriers to a Growth Mindset”

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HOW CAN WE DRIVE A HIGH PERFORMANCE CULTURE IN A REMOTE SETUP?

One fine spring morning, as the world obliviously continued on its pursuit of progress, the coronavirus got all our lives to a screeching halt. For many, the day before more than a billion people of the country were forced into a lockdown, was just another normal day at work. Little did they know, it was … Continue reading “HOW CAN WE DRIVE A HIGH PERFORMANCE CULTURE IN A REMOTE SETUP?”

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The Human Side to a Change Initiative

The Human Side to a Change Initiative Traditional change management no longer withstands the test of time. Organizations fail because of rigid structures and employees not accepting the “old-school” operational change management measures. How do we go about creating a unique but sustainable process where employees can transition to a “desired state’’ is what we … Continue reading “The Human Side to a Change Initiative”

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How to be Resilient in Times like COVID-19

In the past month, there have been more than a few around me who have expressed that they wouldn’t in their wildest imagination have expected to live in extraordinary times like these. But the truth is, while the nature of the events might change, history has taught us that disaster and crises occur far more frequently now than ever.

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