HR AWARDS

2017-18 Number  1 Mr. Bhavesh Upadhyay Former Executive Vice President- Human Resouce- Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Mr. Bhavesh Upadhyay (Executive Vice President- Human Resource- Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd.) received award “100 Top HR minds” by Dr. V Rao ,Ex director IIM Ahmedabad at function organganized by Word HRD Congress and Times of India Ascent Number  2 IR Team of Reliance Industries Ltd. awarded – 15th FGI (Federation of Gujarat Industries) for Excellence under category of “Industrial Relations and Productivity Enhancement” . The award was presented by Smt. Maneka Gandhi (Honerable Minister for…

STRATEGIC MOVES

Niti Aayog FIRST INDIAN APPOINTED AS MENTOR OF HANGE FOR ATL BY NITI AAYOG 31st May 2018 Niti Aayog has appointed Mr Virendra Rawat as a Mentor of Change for Atal Tinkering Lab. Mr Virendra Rawat is the First Indian Honored by the Hon.Speaker of House of Representative of Massachusetts at Boston University for Making Green difference in India. As per the Sources, he is the First Indian nominated by Government of India, for UNESCO – JAPAN Prize on Education for Sustainable Development – 2015. He is also Accredited Member…

CORPORATE ART & CRAFT

DR. SAJEEV NAIR A global senior corporate professional worked in various global corporations currently working in Reliance Industries Mumbai as a Senior Vice President – Learning and Develpment Apart from a corporate professional Dr. Sajeev Nair is the Chief Mentor at International Institute of Management and Technical Studies, Ahmedabad, a director, choreographer, theatre professional, classical dancer and a multi talented cultural and art lover. Dr. Sajeev is a disciple of Natanakalanidhi, Natyakalachakravarthi Dr. Guru Gopinath, a famous legend in the history of Indian Classical Dance. Dr. Sajeev learned Kathakali from…

FIRST INDIAN APPOINTED AS MENTOR OF CHANGE FOR ATL BY NITI AAYOG

31st May 2018 Niti Aayog has appointed Mr Virendra Rawat as a Mentor of Change for Atal Tinkering Lab. Mr Virendra Rawat is the First Indian Honored by the Hon.Speaker of House of Representative of Massachusetts at Boston University for Making Green difference in India. As per the Sources, he is the First Indian nominated by Government of India, for UNESCO – JAPAN Prize on Education for Sustainable Development – 2015. He is also Accredited Member of High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development of United Nations -2016

Solve It Together aims to bridge the gap between Parents & Children

Priyanka Gupta Our society is still not open to the children and their curious questions. Our family members might not always have a compassionate ear; someone who would listen to them, they might not have a sturdy shoulder to lean on and cry and share and sometimes, you might even not have achieved success in being a guiding force which they needed. Despite a thriving market of double meaning and non-veg jokes, violent and pornographic videos, sex and children’s mental health is still a taboo, and its discussion is still…

Imbibing The Culture of Excellence At Workplace

Dr. Zakir Malik A “culture of excellence” is, by definition, out of the ordinary. When efforts are made to craft human centric organization while collaborating different fragments of Diversity, Engagement, Safety, Trust, Comfort, feedback, teamwork, alignment, implementation, eventually triggers culture of excellence. Excellence is achieved when Organization’s Behavioral aspect is measured – who is awarded and rewarded, who is hired and who is fired. The happiness index has an upward movement considering the positive attitude among employees. Making employee a better person in terms of knowledge, skills, learning, personal values,…

TEN TRENDS IN EMERGING HR

DR. Jagdish Solanki The world of work is rapidly changing. As a part of organization, Human Resource Management (HRM) must be prepared to deal with effects of changing world of work. For the HR people it means understanding the implications of globalization, work-force diversity, changing skill requirements, corporate downsizing, continuous improvement initiatives, re-engineering, the contingent work force, decentralized work sites and employee involvement for which all and more have the financial implication to organization. Let alone on the employees side where engagement, satisfaction, motivation, retention, absenteeism, turnover have to be…

Journey towards being an Effective Influencer and Contributor in HR

Dr. Deepak Malhotra People will start listening to you and follow you if you contribute in their lives. As the indicator showing how influential you are being dictated by the community that follows you and in this case not you who decides you are an influencer. The more people are with you, the stronger your position would be. I have listed down steps toward being an effective contributor. Like any leadership skill, it is a journey and needs to be achieved on daily basis and not in a day. Let…

Exploring UAE WORK CULTURE IN the LIGHT OF SEVEN DIMENSIONS OF CULTURE

Divya Poori Exploring different culture has always been inherent to my basic nature and the study of Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden Turner Seven Dimensions of Culture invigorated the pent-up craving for doing something constructive and transforming my inquisitiveness to meaningful contribution to my profession. The Seven Dimensions of Culture model was created by Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner, and was published in their 1998 book – “Riding the Waves of Culture: Understanding Diversity in Global Business”. In the book, the authors argue that there are major cultural differences between…