Recently, I came across a post on a social media forum a young girl has posted, indicating her confusion with regard to her career. The post sounds something like below: “Hi all, I am a B. Tech student. However, I don’t want to work in tech jobs. Can anyone of you please advise me what… Continue reading Career Choice: The Dilemma That Stays Within Us
My Dear Readers, Welcome to the ‘Success Zone’ ! We all know that we make numerous decisions in every sphere of our life and at every now and then – be it personal front, be it professional front. While some decisions bring success for us, some fall flat. This is all about life. We usually… Continue reading Hindrance in Career Excellence: Is Something Holding Us back?
How important is it to associate with our stake holders amicably and successfully for our career ? What’s your view ? Pls share in the comment box to make the discussion more interactive. Any argument for and against it is welcome.
A dialogue, which often keeps me motivated, does sound like something below – “You have got a dream; you got to protect it.” ~ Courtesy the movie ‘Pursuit of Happyness’. A dream for sure translates into ambition. Without dream and ambition, we are just like without any destination – either spending life standstill at one… Continue reading Ambition – Where does it fall in Our Career Landscape?
In our last post, we discussed about a contest between Pancham and Suneet for securing a leadership position in Finance & Accounts Department of a leading multinational Insurance giant. And, the decision was pending. Considering we as the evaluator, let’s have a thorough look on their merits and demerits: Suneet vs. Pancham: Contribution of Academics:… Continue reading Midlife Career Progress: Contribution of Leadership Skill – Concluding Part
We often come across some situations in our career, where our aspirations and actual outcome differ from each other. The below mentioned situation is a similar one. A leading multinational insurance giant has an open leadership position for Finance and Accounting, which they want to fill in by the internal candidates without hiring from outside.… Continue reading Mid-level Career Progress – Contributing factors
Firstly, A big Thank you, my readers, for sharing your stand with me with reference to my previous post. Some of you have shared your views at the post comment and some with me in-person. Thanks to all of you for stopping here, spending some moments on this and sharing your thoughts. If we look… Continue reading The age-old debate: Professional Education vs. Work Experience – which one is more important? – Part 2