Tag: Rajesh Padmanabhan
Senior corporate leaders welcome this fresh move by the government, but they also have their share of apprehension. HRKatha reports.
All facets, such as how a leader should be a coach, how a CEO creates a coaching culture and how a CHRO acts as custodian of ‘humanness’ at the workplace will be discussed at the event on 14 June.
Succession planning is a must to avoid future conflicts but most companies shy away from even broaching this topic.
A coach should be able to establish trust with the team, especially the high performers.
A panel of senior members from the industry – Rajesh Padmanabhan, Rani Desai, ES Srinivas, Sandip Ghose, Mahalakshmi R and Kamal Karanth – with diverse experience and expertise opine on what happiness means in the current times and how organisations can facilitate the same.
Approaches that will change the way we look at the interventions in terms of cultural relevance, functional expertise and competency building.
This three-dimensional model develops potential leaders on three aspects – culture, capabilities and performance.
Design thinking draws upon logic, imagination, intuition, and systemic reasoning, to explore possibilities of what could be, and to create desired outcomes that benefit the end user, be it the customer or the employee.
Padmanabhan quit the Vedanta Group in August, 2015.
As the end of the year 2015 approaches, it is time to think of the HR disruptions and innovations one is likely to see in 2016, and beyond. One may not have the perfect handle of all changes happening but directionally these are some of the likely occurrences.
HRKatha gains exclusive insight into the perspectives of industry leaders, on the 7th Pay Commission. Rajesh Padmanabhan talks about how it could affect the Government workspace, consumerism and talent acquisition.