Among the ordinances that to be taken up include the one seeking to provide preventive measures against violence on healthcare workers. An ordinance pertaining to reduction in the salary of MPs by 30% for a period of one year beginning April 1, 2020 is also listed in the schedule. The amount will be utilised in the fight against coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Parliament Monsoon Session: First pandemic-era session begins today
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Our assignment At the end of our coaching sessions with Bill, he would give us an assignment for the next session, something to think about and work on. With this article, we give you our interpretation of how Bill would coach us today. But everyone’s situation is different, so your assignment from us is to think about Bill’s principles and decide how to best apply them for your situation. How are you going to take care of your people and teams, and lead them? What are you going to do differently? Now that you know what Bill would do, what will you do? … [Read more...] about What would Bill Campbell do?
“This is my fourth innings, and it should be the final legacy I hope to create,” he told me one day about in 2011. Clearly, with the public listing of Happiest Minds, he has cemented his legacy as one of the finest founders India has ever had; defied the ageist notion that entrepreneurship is a pursuit for young risk-takers and that nice guys finish last. … [Read more...] about Happiest Minds: An IPO that flew under the radar in startup land
Directors Lisa Cortés and Liz Garbus use charming animation to reenact Abrams’s story of being a high-school valedictorian briefly barred from attending an event at the Georgia governor’s mansion, because a guard thought she “didn’t belong” there. This formative experience with Georgia government helps send Abrams down a path to fierce political activism, eventually burning the Georgia state flag over its Confederate imagery (after securing a burn permit) and speaking alongside Coretta Scott King at an event in 1993 commemorating the 30-year anniversary of the March on Washington, when she was merely a college junior. … [Read more...] about ‘All In: The Fight for Democracy’ is the only documentary you need to see before this election
Avoid falling into the trap of micromanaging by creating clear expectations around communication. If your employees seem to be breathlessly responding to your messages, try to change their idea of response times. As Amy Blankson, a leadership consultant, writes for HBR, setting precedent is key, especially if your workforce “feels compelled to respond immediately […] even if communication comes after work, over the weekend, or . . . on vacation.” … [Read more...] about The unexpected consequence of too much communication at work