When we onboarded them, little did we know that these 3 musketeers – Subhashree Sekhar, Abhijit Manwatkar and Prem Kumar Dayyla will become more than interns from TISS ODCL and be an integral part of the MarchingSheep family in merely 4 weeks. As we bid adieu to this bunch of energetic, passionate and hardworking interns, we wish them success, goodluck and the brightest future.
The #team that parties together, stays together, wins together, fights challenges together, celebrates wins together. Team Marching Sheep met yesterday to celebrate 2020 and get ready for 2021, and what a lovely day it was! Proud of what we have together!
And there was a little someone who gatecrashed the party!
Content is the foundation for any learning program. It is the main ingredient that makes any learning program impactful and effective. At MarchingSheep, we focus on creating that contextualized learning content that not only meets the brief but also adds value to the entire learning intervention. Basis my experience in creating content for our clients, sharing some thoughts and ideas on how content can make a real difference !
2020 was the year that changed alot of things for all of us. While we liked some, there were other things which we did not! And as the new year, 2021, dawns upon us, it brings new goals, new perspectives, new promises and new resolutions. Let us take a moment to thank and show #gratitude for all that we liked in the previous year and also everything that we did, accepted and adjusted to. Show #gratitude for all the #newbeginnings and resolve to be stronger and #resilient through the high and low tides and #appreciate all that we have. Let us develop an #attitudeforgratitude.
Here is my article on showing #appreciation and being thankful for all the big and small things we have. Do like, comment and share.
Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flow charts. It is about one life influencing another. John C. Maxwell.
An article on my aspirations, my efforts and about the journey i intend to enjoy.
Please share your views and your story in the comment box if you enjoy reading this article.
Innovation is the key to success for every sustainable business and we, at Marching Sheep are constantly evolving and innovating. Through COVID and Lockdown, we learnt the art of virtual interventions and by conducting surveys and panel discussions, we understood the need of diverse industries. Through a topsy-curvy path, Marching Sheep has emerged among the Top 25 HR Consultancies in the country and Top 10 in Delhi/NCR. We have constantly contributed to the society through various knowledge sharing panel discussions. In a recent interview today with The People Management, our founder – Sonica Aron spoke about the new POSH Guidelines, Challenges of a #WomenEntrepreneur, #
Team Marching Sheep is so excited to welcome our three new interns from TISS ODCL Subhashree Sekhar Abhijit Manwatkar Prem Kumar Dayyla. New projects, new learnings, new journeys, we are all looking forward to new experiences together!
5. Shruti’s Article
Normal is an illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly.”
– Morticia Adam
Like any modern-day individual, a person with disability would prefer to be self-reliant and be able to fulfil their roles as an individual. However, often the natural environment or the social environment may not be favourable in completely achieving such a goal.
The current pandemic has increased the complexity of the unique challenges and opportunities persons with disability face even today, where some disabilities are invisible. Therefore, we look forward to rising up to the occasion of building a better, inclusive, accessible and sustainable Post Covid world with collective efforts by, for and with persons with disabilities.
Sharing some thoughts through this article and highlighting a few areas where we still need to focus on while working towards the inclusion of persons with disability during and Post Covid times.
Looking forward to your views and insights!
“Authenticity is the alignment of head, mouth, heart, and feet — thinking, saying, feeling, and doing the same thing — consistently. This builds trust, and followers love leaders they can trust.” —Lance Secretan, The Secretan Center, Inc.
As we all battle the impact of the pandemic, Entrepreneurs, and business Leaders are uniquely poised in a situation where they have an opportunity to lay the foundation for an organisation that is resilient today and tomorrow. With consistency and authenticity in Leadership, right people management skills, policy and processes that enable and empower their teams to break barriers and reach for excellence, now is the time for leaders to pause, reflect, reboot their management style and people management processes for business recovery, continuity and growth.
Here is my article on – People Management Processes and Skills: A Must for all Business Owners! Do read, like, share and leave your comment and inputs! Happy Reading!
Domestic Violence was always a serious issue. But the pandemic has had a #catastrophic impact with a surge in cases witnessed and reported in the last few months across the world. Considering the fact that most victims do not even complain, the magnitude of the #problem is unimaginable!
With our homes becoming the new workplace today, The boundaries between workplace and home have blurred. Where leaving for office could have provided a respite, today, there is no respite.
Can employers play a role to help employees who might be victims of #domesticviolence? If yes, what role can they play? What are the #boundaries?
Sharing some thoughts on this critical topic through this article. Eager to hear your views on this #pertinent subject.