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  • Writer's pictureAdil Malia

The Shortcoming

We measure our success not by the goals made but by goals missed. The blessings we have , never matter. The things we miss, we tend to count. Happiness thus forever eludes us ... As in life, so in work- life. We tend to measure success not by things people achieve but by the assignments they fail in. That not only demotivates those who failed but also disengages those who have otherwise been temperamentally, achievers. Organisations often go into their fierce battlefields with an army that is disconnected and demoralised. Wise leadership knows the way to differentiate between the skill, will, efforts and resilience required for success considering the market situation. Accordingly, they design their rewards, recognitions, coaching and punishment offerings.

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