Leaders need to be trusted by their clients, partners, colleagues, employees for organisations to grow effectively with velocity. In partnerships, cooperative ventures, collaboration with other professionals, managers trust necessary in the organisation to achieve the common goal or benefit.
In recent times, having had heard that trust issues (deficit) are increasing in the profession, probably due to the disconnect which was inevitable due to the pandemic in not...Read more
In today’s world where information and means to get it have become relatively easy, our attitude and response system has become a very important differentiator. Attitude depends on our state of being. All of us have varying levels of “being”.
Some positive empowered states are purposeful, passionate, joyous, happy, fulfilled, ever grateful, calm, peaceful, loving, motivated, inspired/ inspiring, enthusiastic, energetic, excited, empathetic among many others.
Some disempowering...Read more
The degree of Chartered Accountancy does not come easy, the course involves a unique blend of practical experience with in-depth & application based subject knowledge. In order to truly qualify as a “Chartered Accountant”, one needs to obtain a hands on practical experience backed with an in-depth subject knowledge. This brings us to a very important question on how to manage both articleship and exams? Although, there can be various tips and techniques that one can follow, however in...Read more
What should be the ultimate goal of articleship? However, does every article set his own goals for articleship and take best out of it? Majority of articles go with the flow and learn whatever is served to them or in fact overlook the learning opportunity completely. It is not their mistake because they have also this mammoth task of clearing the CA final exams. The most challenging task in the articleship is to manage between the two i.e. Learn best out of the practical training and keep an...Read more
The world is changing and if one is not aware of what the future is and what major changes are taking place in the future, one may not be able to sustain the practice. The users, needs of users, method of delivery, form of delivery among many others would change. The speed of change is amazing. Yesterday we were talking of what the millennials need today, we have started on the Gen Z. Technology and automation is increasingly replacing the professional’s routine jobs (reconciliations,...Read more
The exploding power of the internet along with search engines like Linked in, Google, Meet up, Face Book- professional networks, Xing, Zoom etc. have made answers to basic questions available at a click or couple of clicks. The googles, amazons, flipcarts, have ensured that all smart phones come with so much capability and pre loaded utilities that one is marrying into the UNKNOWN. Unfortunately, they have/ are becoming the monopolies of the world. Bigger than many smaller countries /...Read more
In my life, the cost of postponing by days, months and at times years of important aspects of life, profession included has been enormous when the past put though this filter. Since majority of time is in profession, the bulk of incidents where I have not done, not started, delayed decisions, commitments has had the effect of pulling me back, slowing me down. I have in fact postponed the exercise to introspect on this aspect for at least a few years. It is a fact that even highly driven and...Read more
The pandemic is a wake-up call for all of us to really look at what is important in our life. We were forced to become- minimalist- that is what monks/ sages are always. It put in perspective our hollow normal ways of being, introspection on the rat race which we have been involved in. Thanks to my joining Rotary more than 2 decade back, the early introduction to philanthropy gave me an immense opportunity to grow as a person and a good patriot and citizen. Since this has also supported my...Read more