Guest Blog – Why Would You Receive Reassurance?

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No one ever admits this. But everyone craves for it. Reassurance. The politician from his voters. The entrepreneur from his clients. The subordinate from the superior. The managers. from their talent. A business model from its environment.

Unfortunately reassurance in VUCA times has to pass through a re-certification by the appropriate stakeholder group. Except parental, there is no blind reassurance today for anything. How do we earn the reassurance?

3 simple suggestions to reflect over:

  1. Ensure your relevance: your skills must still have currency. They must not have a diminishing marginal utility . Build emergent ones, divest redundant ones. Acquire the ones that will be needed as you look at your future risks and opportunities. Reinvent yourself, however painful it may seem.
  2. Build wider networks: the world is far more networked today than we can ever imagine. Collaborate, connect, communicate, co-create with various network groups. Staying only tethered to a function, industry or geography is inadequate. The reassurance demands a wider connecting of the dots.
  3. Stay hungry: stay hungry for ideas, for talent, for learning, for leadership. Hunger drives a very different passion. Many unfortunately are satiated and still expect reassurances. That is not going to be.


Prabir Jha, Global Chief People Officer at Cipla

3 thoughts on “Guest Blog – Why Would You Receive Reassurance?

    Dr. Prem Sagar said:
    October 10, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    Wonderful article !
    Delighted to read this…every sentence was just perfect in today’s scenario

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    October 11, 2017 at 9:57 am

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