Train HR to identify victims and perpetrators of sexual harassment
Emotionally intelligent recruiters stay one step ahead of workplace issues. Can you correctly spot an unknown perpetrator or victim of sexual harassment in a room full of people? While the answer to that question may not be as simple as a “yes” or “no”, one thing is certain: your... Read more
Diya and Rahul’s story of sexual harassment at the workplace
It was the start of a new week and Diya was getting dressed for work. She unenthusiastically stared at her reflection in the mirror and then at the loose blue trousers and white shirt she had decided to wear that day. She tried to shake off the persistent uneasiness... Read more
Hello new dad, you are not bad just a little sad
Congratulations, you’re a dad now. Don’t beat yourself down if you are not very excited about that though. Feeling overwhelmed and stressed out after a baby arrives is completely normal for both moms and dads. That’s because caring for a newborn is certainly no child’s play.  However, studies show... Read more
Truth about office romance
Falling in love with your female colleague could get you into a great relationship or into a LOT of trouble. It all depends on your emotional health. Yes, really. Here’s how. She is smart, beautiful, well-dressed, and shares the same interests as you. You would love to ask her... Read more
Even macho men must cry, says Rajiv Dubey, Dabur India – media head
Celebrate life. That’s the tagline of Dabur India, the oldest and largest Ayurvedic company in the world. It is also what Rajiv Dubey — the media head of the FMCG brand’s Indian operations — does every single day. In his professional life, Rajiv is the mind behind Dabur’s media... Read more
Men should live to cook and cook to live, says top chef
French fries, burgers, noodles, and lots and lots of deep-fried grub. When men decide the menu, that’s what most people expect them to whip up. This expectation is hardly surprising when we take into account all the social norms which suggest that men shouldn’t really bother about making any... Read more
Art can teach you how money really works
Blue chips, stocks, bonds, mutual funds…yawn! Complex jargon associated with money keeps millions of people away from good investment options. This in turn causes them to become financial burdens to their family, friends, and even their employers. Here’s how art can help resolve this issue. Shikha Mittal I was... Read more
5 powerful insights about money from a leading financial planner
Shilpa Wagh — a Mumbai-based financial planner — helps individuals make smart choices about their money and attain financial fulfillment. She specialises in advising high net worth individuals (HNI), women professionals, and families with special needs children. Shilpa is a SEBI registered investment adviser, as well as a certified... Read more
Should you stop investing in property?
Top financial marketing gurus say that lack of emotional intelligence can keep most people stuck to traditional investment options and wary of better alternatives. In the financial investing world, there are only two real rules: Rule no. 1 – Invest with Emotional Intelligence Rule no. 2 – Never forget... Read more
What’s your money personality?
If you want to truly know yourself, pay close attention to the way you treat money. British writer and philosopher John Armstrong once said: “One’s relationship with money is life long, it colours one’s sense of identity, it shapes one’s attitude towards other people, it connects and splits generations;... Read more