January 2018 - Nand Kishore Chaudhary

Make Sure Your Organization Stands The Test Of Time

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Make Sure Your Organization Stands The Test Of TimeMost of the world’s business entities begin within families. An astounding two-thirds of organizations are made up of family businesses and almost every type of economy has some form of family owned and operated business.
Nothing can replace the bond that forms between family members and their businesses. That is why so many of these types of firms survive the long haul. And something they have in common is longevity. Read More

This Year, Resolve To Become A Better Leader

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This Year, Resolve To Become A Better LeaderIt is that time of year again when people make New Year’s resolutions in the hopes of improving themselves. Most resolutions are health related – exercise more, lose weight, eat better.
In the professional realm, business leaders can take this opportunity to improve the health of their leadership skills by making some simple changes or improvements. Throughout the year, I’ve come across a wide variety of ways in which fellow leaders are working hard to become even better leaders. Read More

Four Ways To Make Employees Love You

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Four Ways To Make Employees Love YouCompanies that can retain valuable employees all share common traits, according to Glassdoor, a website that allows employees to evaluate their organizations. Besides obvious factors such as competitive salary and opportunity for advancement, employees want to work for a company that has a clear mission and where they feel valued, among other things.
Glassdoor has been conducting this survey of employees for the past 10 years and they report several Read More

Great Leaders Live In The Moment

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Great Leaders Live In The MomentImagine you are in a meeting asking about a project or report that has been overdue for quite some time. Yet again, you are told that it is not ready and are given some excuse or another.
Your instinct might very well be to get angry and to demand why the project isn’t complete after all this time. You could publicly chastise and humiliate those involved. This might make you feel better by letting of some steam but it won’t produce the results that you were asking for in the first place. Read More