Performance Focus

Secret to Culture Setting and Employee Retention starts from OnBoarding

Companies and organizations employ more employees as they scale up in their businesses. The human resource department usually invests a great deal of time and resources in making sure they recruit the best employees for the company. But, the truth … Read More

Coaching style is a proven way for leaders to grow themselves

“Good leadership isn’t about advancing yourself. It’s about advancing your team.” – John Maxwell 1 A team is as strong as its weakest link. As a leader, you must be able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of individuals. Not … Read More

Performance or Productivity: Where do you focus?

Employee performance and Employee productivity are two separate concepts and they should not be confused with one another. Being able to understand the differences between the concepts of performance and productivity is crucial. Performance is Incremental where as Productivity is exponential … Read More

Employee Recognition: The Elixir to Employee Performance

Every employee wants to be recognized and appreciated for the work they do because they see it as a form of reward for their efforts. Most employees have shared their experiences and recognizing your employee’s effort will go a long … Read More

Well designed Culture can help a company overcome a Growth Plateau

“Anyone who believes that exponential growth can go on forever in a finite world is either a madman or an economist.”  – Kenneth E. Boulding1 All businesses hit bumps in their lifetime. However, sometimes these bumps tend to go on … Read More

Leading & Scaling High-Performance Teams – Vishal Naithani, Head HR Shuttl

I am sharing some personal learnings on effectively Leading high-performance teams that have worked for me & what I have experienced working with Leaders who I have looked up to over the years. Honing and developing some of these will … Read More

Create right habits for a true High-Performance culture

“We are really competing against ourselves, we have no control over how other people perform.”  – Pete Cashmore, CEO Mashable1 In today’s world of globalization and competition, Darwin’s theory about “survival of the fittest” stands true for the organizational setting … Read More