Category: Thought Leadership

“SHE is there for the kids”, say MEN(tality)

Written by – Manasi Bharati, Senior Psychology Consultant and Jai Thade, Head of Content on the occasion of Women’s Equality Day

Anthropologist G.P. Murdock spent decades of his life extensively studying the structure of families in cultures across the world.

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Inclusion and Wellbeing in Sport and Physical Activity

By Lloyd Emeka, Consultant

Major sporting events such as the Olympics, Football World Cup, and London Marathon can bring communities together and act as inspiration for individuals to participate in sport and physical activity.  In addition, several physical and mental

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How to ideate inclusively?

By Jai Thade, Head of Content

Have you heard of the old Indian fable of the three blind men and the elephant?

In the story, three blind men encounter an elephant for the very first time and are forced to

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Changing your vantage point

By Manasi Bharati, Senior Psychology Consultant

This point where the writer went from being a follower to a leader, in an everyday life situation while on a hike with their family, was their vantage point. They were earlier complaining about

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Having Faith… at the workplace

By Manasi Bharati, Senior Psychology Consultant

“Merry Christmas!”

“Happy Diwali!”

“Navroz Mubarak!”

“Eid Mubarak!”

We all have heard these and other such festival greetings at some point in our lives depending on where we are based.

Now, try to recall

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Exploring empathy in practice

By Manasi Bharati, Content/Psychology Consultant

 

What do you think of when you think of the E word – ‘empathy’? Putting on others’ shoes, listening to others, feeling their feelings, understanding, curiosity, respect, strength, being conscious, etc. These are some

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Building Trust through Healthy Assumptions

By Jai Thade, Head of Content

 

Assumptions, like many tools, can be incredibly damaging in certain contexts, but incredibly helpful in others. It all depends on the nature of those presumptions. 

Unhealthy assumptions might lead you to be prejudiced, jaded,

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