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One common and key ingredient in all of these is the ability to manage our emotions. The human brain is wired in such a way that the moment it perceives a psychological threat such as disagreement, conflict, someone getting ahead in the race, or not getting due credit , its ability to reason just shuts down. This means we get into tangles of regrettable.
But introspection and subsequent conscious action can help pave the rough roads of the corporate world. This book talks about taking charge of our thoughts and emotions so that we respond to situations instead of just reacting to them by silence or violence. It does this through the age-old tradition of storytelling.
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Using examples of illustrious personalities and leaders, it weaves together modern management theory and practices with the folklore of the Panchatantra and wisdom of Indian philosophy. It provides practical solutions to everyday issues which young professionals face, ranging from meaningful conversations to resolution of conflicts.
I have also shared the mistakes I made in my own career, for when I look back, it is clear that most of the time when I stumbled, it was in the area of managing emotions. I would like to use this opportunity and space to sincerely thank several dear friends and associates who were generous with their time and inputs in the writing of this book:.
And the lion smiled at the rabbit manage emotions to win
And finally, my deep appreciation to the editorial team at Wisdom Tree for several rounds of rigorous editing, corrections and more corrections in their commitment to excellence:. A small town girl, I had been made to believe by my middle-class upbringing that the recipe for success was hard work and perseverance. I soon discovered that all the fervour, creativity, technical knowledge and qualifications were not sufficient to pull me through the tangle of human needs and emotions.
Where I floundered was in managing difficult relationships and situations. At the time, it seemed to me that I was a victim of circumstances and in the wrong place at the wrong time, but the real reason was that my own unrecognised emotions and needs were driving my behaviour, and my actions were not wise, rational or far-sighted. It did affect my output, the judgement that was made about my ability. Luckily for me, these mistakes initiated my journey into the world of understanding and regulating emotions, leading to a successful practice as an organisation development consultant and corporate trainer, helping managers and teams reach their highest potential and creating great organisations in the process.
I was among a dozen management trainees hired by a large multinational pharmaceutical company. I joined the corporate communications department to head the editorial team of News Capsule , an in-house magazine, with the mandate to overhaul it and give it a new face.
I briskly called for a meeting with the designer, the layout artist and the printer, and explained the new design, graphics, cartoons for humour, and quizzes related to the company in which employees could participate—all oriented towards strategic brand-building for increased visibility. Nicky, who had handled the job before me, watched from her cubicle but did not say anything. In the beginning, whenever I went to her for information or to access old records, she answered politely enough, but I never quite got what I wanted.
Each time, either Nicky was on leave, or busy in a meeting, or could not find the required data, or it had just slipped her mind. My boss, Subbu, did not seem to care much. He would pass on my work to Nicky, and she would return it to me with her comments, which I resented. Why was she reviewing my work? She was not my boss. I would feel agitated and helpless as I realised that Nicky had no interest in seeing any changes in News Capsule , and Subbu could not care less.
I had been foisted upon him, and he was not convinced of my capability to manage the work at hand. After a point, Nicky and I stopped talking to one another. I battled valiantly and pointlessly for six months. The magazine did get published, but it was months behind schedule. There was positive.
But that satisfaction was short-lived. I was shocked. I had worked so hard, but could not quite figure out how and why things had gone wrong.
I moved to another department in the company. Nicky resumed charge of News Capsule , and sadly, for me, reverted to its original format. As a result, after the first issue, the wonderful creative work I had done was discarded forever. Are there some lessons in this for all of us who get stuck in situations where others appear to be sabotaging us? The reality is that often, we are blocking and hindering ourselves, and the outcome of every situation depends more on us and our reactions than we realise.
He shares this incident from early on in his career. If I had to tackle the same problems today, I would handle them differently. We disbursed truck finance loans and as marketing managers, had our own territories and targets. Ravinder was fifteen years older than I, and well established in the organisation and in the business.
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