Sailaja Manacha’s Leadership Blog
Learning to manage others should be a skill that can be learnt. That being said, it’s no easy feat. In this blog, we dug deep and discovered 10 things all managers should do.
The real question is, is it better to separate your work and life or learn how to integrate them by forming boundaries using a holistic approach
Teams can struggle greatly if they don’t have an able leader at the helm of the ship. Executive development programs can help companies upskill leaders
Workplace happiness is not teams playing fun games during business hours. Happiness is when you enjoy your everyday tasks. You feel happy when you collaborate with your team, and work together.
As an inclusive leader, you ensure that you treat your team well, and have a sense of belonging and value. You provide them with support to perform to their fullest potential.
Are feelings needed for good decision making? As leaders, we aspire to do what is right, what is relevant, what is needed. The approach I elaborate below helps us to do just this. The listening and questions
Do you know where you’ll be 5 years from now? How often do you set a goal? Do you give yourself a timeline to achieve said goal and do you find yourself revisiting timelines often? The goal destination is often revisited
You walk into work on a Monday morning and your entire team is bogged down with the dreaded Monday morning blues. As a manager, it’s your responsibility to ensure your team is feeling well and motivated to work.