Suits and its effects
Well, ive been away for too long now, and here was some of the biggest learning experiences from this blog.
firstly, suits really are cool to wear!!! and I already am working on my power walk ;) (heights of optimism I know).but on a serious note, wehn I actually wore a suit for something like a presentation, I really thing it makes a difference! It really does. You tend to take things more serious when you wear a suit, it gives a very professional feel.
The second aspect I would like to talk about is about teams and leaders that every team has. KBAM was my eight module, every module till date involved me being in random groups except for LE. The difference in the teams and working wit the team was at this point in time, we all had a rough idea of who is good and what they are good at. As a result of which we each, wheather we agree or not, had expectations about how diffrent teams would perform and about how they would work as a group. You know what I ended up learning?? You can never judge how people will get along with each other and how well or bad they work and is so so important in terms of performance. It just goes on to explain, on a much much smaller scale how important, the Psychology part of Dr. Deming sopk or people aspect of the excellence model are given so much importance. If you want to get good results you need your followers on your side.
Along the same lines as the above point, what is it that gets a person going? every person has an on switch and an off switch. Some people find that being challeged brings out the best in them?? While others find competition and channel it to perform better. Through communication and relationships is the only way to get things working, but believe me, from my experience at being a leader, finding the switch is easy, the turning it on is the hard part.