We are grateful that our thought leadership gets featured in various global publications. Many of these features incorporate several insights that have made our clients more successful.
Needless to add, they also showcase a few principles that underpin our engagements. We hope you would find these features insightful, valuable and a good return for your time.
Featured in Forbes
Venkataraman Subramanyan is a Forbes Councils Member and contributes frequently to the Forbes Coaches Council posts. Here are some of the articles listed below for your reading.
Some of the topics being, Sales Mastery, Leadership Excellence, Coaching Sales Leaders, People Skills, Productivity Hacks and much more.
A case-study type of self study, with your leadership issue at the center, followed by discussion and debriefing are the closest thing to a real-life experience during a workshop.
Through engaging with thousands of leaders, managers and individuals across the world, I’ve identified a core set of skills that I believe sets world-class sellers apart. These skills, when mindfully learned and skillfully applied, can have a dramatic impact on your effectiveness as a seller.
It has been a tremendous journey over thepast nine years since my company started empowering organizations and individuals to transform their sales effectiveness and engagement.
Every manager strives to build positive relationships with their employees and lead them to success. But sometimes, even the most well-meaning managers can end up alienating their employees, negatively impacting team relations and the overall success of the company.
As a manager, the onus is on you to help those within your department to communicate. While many might not have a hard time talking about work-related issues, some may be hard-pressed to approach a discussion about conflicts.
Building positive habits, in both your work and personal spheres, is a great way to create the life you want. But it can be difficult to maintain them, especially in the long-term. Fortunately, there are plenty of tricks you can do to help establish good habits (and curb some not-so-good ones).
In our “always-on” work culture, it’s no surprise that employee burnout is on the rise. According to a recent Gallup study, nearly 70% of employees experience occasional or frequent burnout on the job.
It’s often said that you don’t know what you don’t know. As an aspiring entrepreneur, there will be many aspects of your journey that may catch you off guard or downright confuse you.
As an entrepreneur, you probably live, sleep and breathe your business. However, as your business grows, you may find you have fewer hours in the day to tackle your ever-growing to-do list.
Strong communication skills can mean the difference between being a good leader and a great one. One of those skills is active listening—that is, truly hearing, processing and addressing what another person is telling you.
Everyone has personal and professional goals in life. However, those objectives may be vague and abstract, like “get a promotion” or “start a business.”
For many business leaders, true work-life balance is often elusive. Some even say it’s impossible to achieve. No matter how you define balance, though, one thing is certain: It’s essential to make time in your busy schedule to address both personal and professional needs.
Growth is an important goal for every company, especially for a new or small business looking to gain traction. However, too much growth over a short period of time can actually be dangerous.
Generating leads is a constant need for any business. While different methods of finding potential customers abound, many popular techniques of the past are no longer used.