How I talk, how I sit, what interventions I bring, who would be my supervisees...the list is endless. I can't predict the future but certainly I would like to fill my supervision tool box with material from other supervisors enriched by my own learning and experiences.
It worked at the beginning. After a while, the project tasks were getting more complex and a problem appeared. I could not find different insights when we were stuck on a particular problem. People I chose felt exhausted, then they started to seek the alternatives of solution from
6. Action Plan In Future, I will make sure that I always take a stand not only for me but also for someone else too so that he/she doesn’t question their ability to take a stand and will never let any such things happen at least around me Problems Here are some problems which we encountered during our group project: 1. Floundering: While we were figuring out the work and were trying to decide everyone’s role in the group, the group work got a bit delayed and some work got postponed. 2. Dominating or Reluctant Participants: Some of the group members were taking more share of the discussion by talking too often by telling lengthy stories and by not letting others finish.
It was great when I worked with them because, I was so busy and my girlfriend loved that I was working and going to school. Soon it got to the point where I was seeing my girlfriend less and less. I was not about to fall back into the same routine that I had before. I got out of the military to purse school, a career and, to have a normal life. The company didn’t care about my personal life.
subsidiary of Infosys Technologies. The firm contributed 100 consulting engagements and had grown from its inception in April 2004 to over 200 employees in January 2006, achieving its two year recruiting target. Moreover, ICIís managing partners were confident that the subsidiary had contributed to Infosys Technologies ranking in Wired magazine’s Top Ten Company list in May 2005 and high ratings from analysts in 2004 and 2005.And hence they form a wholly owned subsidiary to enter this market segment. Question 3: In Raj Joshi’s words, one of the goals of the leadership team of Infosys Consulting was to “change the rules of the game”. What are the “rules of the games” currently, and how is Infosys Consulting trying to change them?
For nearly one and half hour I worked very hard, be on time every single day, complete the complex tasks on time, finished my first project before scheduled time which resulted into increased profit margins, give priority to company image than my personal comfort, got appreciation certificate from clients, vendors as me by name for projects, as per my boss “I was an ideal employee”. But after the one and half years my interest started decreasing gradually. I started running from the job; conflicts were rising between me and vendors, me and client, and me and top management. At that time I did not understand what was really happening. Why am I not able to focus on my job?
Background In a service oriented industry like the telecommunication industry, loyalty is of the greatest importance. Several studies have been conducted on the correlation between increased levels of customer retention to increased revenue and profits. Various strategies and programs are implemented by service providers to ensure their customers stay loyal and to reduce the number of customers who switch their services to other service providers. One of the many strategies adopted by telecommunication service providers to improve customer loyalty is to implement Customer Loyalty Programs (CLPs). Having a customer loyalty program does not automatically guarantee customer loyalty, but it does help an organization in getting close to its
In this book, I discussed Power and Authority by providing an abundant explanation of why, why aren’t things the way they should be? Why all calculations become inaccurate when it comes to life? Why when we plan and expect for certain result, something else happens instead? Why the struggle? Why are we constantly fighting, when there is no physical fight?