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The Payal Nanjiani Leadership Podcast
14 minutes | 7 days ago
HOW TO GROW AT YOUR WORK | PART 2
You don’t have to be that rat in the cartwheel. You can lead a fulfilled career life-and grow exponentially. If you want to break this traditional leadership cycle of hoping jobs, if you want to see a change in your income and growth and if you want to make an impact then you’ve got to shift to what I call the progressive leadership cycle. In this episode, I share with you the 3 laws of growth that will help you transform your life and get you to begin to shift to the progressive leadership cycle.
36 minutes | 23 days ago
How to get recognized and rewarded in any organization.
Interview with CEO of Kremple Communications, USA I spoke with Stephen Krempl, a business communication coach and author based in Seattle, WA.His career spans 25 years working for Fortune 200 companies,including as Chief Learning Officer, Starbucks; VP of YUM University and Global Learning, YUM Brands; Director, PepsiCo Restaurants; and Regional Manager, Motorola Singapore. He is an expert on helping leaders stand out and get noticed in their organization even in anincreasingly virtual and global marketplace.In this episode Stephen shares who gets most often promoted at work, where most people get stuck in their career, what is the 5 % zone, and much more from Stephen.
18 minutes | a month ago
HOW TO GROW AT YOUR WORK ( Part 1 )
Most of us start the new year, a new job, OR a new project with a lot of energy and ideas. You work hard, we develop our skill sets and all of this helps you to grow to the next level. And then- you continue with the same cycle but this time you find yourselves stuck.- stuck in the same role, in the same position for years. Business doesn't seem to grow and you are worried that nothing seems to move the needle.If you want the business to expand, if you want to grow at your work then there's another route you need to take. In this episode, I talk about how to grow at your work.
30 minutes | 2 months ago
Interview- Creating Headspace: How to Manage stress using brainpower.
Every day at work you've got to make crucial decisions. And for that, you must have a calm mind. In this episode of iSucceed, we have with us Mansi Dholakia who shares with us what are some of the causes of stress today in the lives of people who are working in corporates or shaping their business and how these can be taken care of. Additionally, Mansi has also spoken about some great foods we could include in our everyday diet that has a direct impact on our brain power.Mansi Dholakia is a qualified pharmacologist, certified in Psychology from theUniversity of Cambridge, a published author, and a passionate mental health advocatefrom London, United Kingdom. She holds more than 15 years of experience inMental Health domain.
51 minutes | 2 months ago
Leadership and your Corporate Journey.- Interview with CEO Mrs. H.K Joshi
Interview with CEO Mrs. H.K Joshi of The Shipping Corporation of India I had the honor of interviewing the chairperson and MD of The Shipping Corporation of India- Mrs. H.K. Joshi. She was conferred with ‘CEO with HR Orientation’ Award and with ‘Sailor Today Sea Shore Awards 2019’ under the category of "Woman of Substance." She was awarded “The Tenth India CFO Awards – Excellence in Finance to enable a Turnaround” hosted by International Market Assessment India Private Limited in association with Pierian Services in May 2016. Mrs. Joshi has also been the recipient of “The Most Influential CFOs of India Award” from Chartered Institute of Management Accounts, UK for two years in succession viz. 2015 and 2016 and the “CMA CFO Award 2014” from The Institute of Cost Accountants of India.It's not every day that I meet women like Mrs. Joshi who have reached success heights in the shipping industry- which predominantly is a male-oriented industry. On this episode, she shares what is it like to be a Chairperson in the shipping industry? What are the top 3 leadership skills that she suggests people focus on if they want to succeed in the corporate and business world? And much more.
32 minutes | 2 months ago
Leadership and Success
Interview with Ex CEO of MVP group International-USA. I had the honor of speaking with the ex CEO of MVP group International- Mr. Murali Parna. With over 28 years of experience across diverse industries globally, Murali is the best person to talk about Leadership and Success. In this episode Murali talks about:1. How he got involved with so many sectors.2. What are the 5 most important leadership lessons he learned in his life.3. What are some of the tangible ways one can keep up with learning?......and much more.Enjoy this episode as we begin the new year.
50 minutes | 3 months ago
Strategies To Manage Success and Failures In Work and Life
Interview with a world-renowned spiritual guru- Swami MukundanandaOur topic for today is Strategies to manage success and failures in work and life and our guest today who will enlighten us on this topic is one of the best-selling authors, an authority on mind management, a teacher of yoga, and holistic health for thousands of seekers across the globe. He is an alumnus of IIT-Delhi and IIM-Kolkata, He has spoken everywhere- from Fortune 500 Companies in the US, such as Google, Intel,Verizon, and Oracle; and various NGOs/non-profits such as United Nations, Defense Research & Development Organization (DRDO), Indian Railways; to universities such as IITs, IIMs, MIT, Northwestern, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale.He also heads a charitable Medical hospital, Naturopathy Care; Yoga Centre, University Education; and Vocational Training in rural India. He organizes special Youth leadership camps both in India and US and you will hear about it in today’s episode.His name is His holiness Swami Mukundananda.He enlightens us on success, on failure, and how to be a great leader.
8 minutes | 3 months ago
Brutal Truth About Leadership No One Tells You.
For all you visionaries out there (no matter your "title"), you won't want to miss out on this week's iSucceed episode. I talk about one of the most crucial elements of leadership which can get you to rise above mediocrity.
37 minutes | 3 months ago
Leadership in post Covid19 Economy
Interview with Sabyasachi Dutta -Managing Director. In this episode, I am excited to talk with Sabyasachi Dutta, who heads the Indian operation of a Scotland HQ company. Armed with wide experience in various leadership roles spanning more than two decades, Sabyasachi has successfully led diverse Indian and global organizations' multi-million dollar businesses in the past. His expertise lies in startups (led two global companies entry in India) and Turning-around ailing businesses. In this episode Sabyasachi talks about Leadership in post Covid19 economy, what does it take to be a leader in the new economy, and much more.Sabyasachi can be reached on www.linkedin.com/in/sabyasachi-dutta and on Twitter: @sabyasachidutta).
16 minutes | 4 months ago
HOW TO GET ALONG WITH PEOPLE
From the past few months, I’ve been getting this question in almost all of my virtual keynotes and masterclass. Just last week a smart soul out there wrote to me asking- “Payal, if you were to name just one ingredient that would help anyone be successful at their workplace, what would that ingredient be?”After a lot of thinking and deep reflection on this question, I came to the conclusion that if I were to name just one ingredient that would help anyone be successful at their workplace, it would have to be the ability to get along with people.I share in this podcast how anyone (even an introvert) can be a pro at connecting with people. For more episodes of iSucceed CLICK HERE
14 minutes | 6 months ago
Grow Where You Are Planted
If you want to be a great leader, if you want to be successful at what you do, then stop wishing that you were someplace else or with someone else. We can't always choose the cards we have been dealt, but we can learn to play them. You may not be where you want to be in life just yet. You may be working hard but your dream, your goal seems to be far from reachable. And I know first hand how tempting it is to sulk, give up, and yield to the temptation of mediocrity. But hold on- there are ways to grow at your work, regardless of where you are and what's happening around you.
17 minutes | 6 months ago
Performing Your Best Under Pressure
Working with some of the top leaders in their field, I’ve always asked my self this question-How do these athletes and other super successful people handle the pressure? How do they succeed and deliver the best results under pressure? What I’ve personally learned from these high-profile clients of mine is that success is all about the pressure. But how do you create that right kind of pressure and what is it all about? In this episode I talk to you about:1. A tactic used by the super successful people to perform their best under pressure.2. How you can apply this tactic in your work-life and deliver the best.3 Steps to create your best under pressure.
35 minutes | 8 months ago
MONEY MATTERS FOR WOMEN
In this episode , it's an honor to welcome Sandra Stowe , Financial Expert. Sandra is the owner of White Owl Financial Advisors LLC in Cary, NC. She specializes in comprehensive financial planning and investing for individuals and small business owners. After earning her degree in Industrial Engineering / Operations Research from Columbia University, she spent the early part of her career as a consultant, working at Andersen Consulting and JP Morgan. Over the past twenty years, Sandra has built Financial Technology solutions for investment banks and wealth management and asset management institutions. Reach her at: firstname.lastname@example.org and www.whiteowlfinancial.comIn this Episode I talk to her aboutWhat inspired her to take that leap from the corporate environment to get going on your own and help women with their finances.What are some of the challenges women face while dealing with money/financial mattersHow early should women think about finance handling?Why do women shy away from talking about money?What has been her experience in how women think and handle finances?What are the top 5 things every woman must know about money/finance handling?Some investing/ financial tips for women?
34 minutes | 8 months ago
How to convert breakdowns to breakthroughs- Interview with Namrita Chandi
On this episode of iSucceed, I am excited to have Namrita Chandi on my show. Namrita has been Acknowledged as the First Woman Pilot in the World to have flown in the Siachen Glacier after volunteering for a posting at an operational unit based at a high altitude airbase. She is also the First woman in the world to have landed at the highest ALG in the world Daulat Beg Oldi. She’s been featured in the Limca Book of World Records for being the First Pair of Sisters in the world to have flown together as pilot and co-pilot in an aircraftIn the year 2007, the Ministry of Women and Child Welfare, Govt. of India recognized her with the prestigious National Woman Achiever Award.Currently, she is working with a renowned Aircraft manufacturer and looking after Sales of Helicopters in India and South East Asia. In today’s conversation with Namrita, we dig into her life and what drives her, what are some of the finer moments that shaped her life. You will get some great nuggets as she talks with us about what led to her success. This is my conversation with Namrita. Namrita what a treat to have you with us on this show. Thank you for taking the time to be here.Connect with Namrita :On Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/the.successfulwoman/And on linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/thenamrita
13 minutes | 9 months ago
Stop Being a YES Person
I have observed that the # 1 one element that stops or slows down progress is the habit of saying YES way too often. If you want to succeed at your work, if you want to be ahead in your game, if you want to move ahead with speed and serenity then stop being a YES person.In this episode, I share with you the 10 things you MUST say a NO to and how to say a NO without compromising your value.
47 minutes | a year ago
Women, Sports, and Leadership
Interview with Robina Singh-National Director at Ascend , USA.In this episode, I am happy to introduce to you Robina Singh where we talk about women, sports and leadership. Many of us as women leave aside the importance of sports in our progress and leadership. I had this wonderful conversation with Robina on this topic and here it is for our wonderful listeners. About Robina Singh- National Director at Ascend, the largest Pan-Asian leadership non-profit organization in North America. Prior to venturing into the nonprofit world, Robina worked at the United Nations (UN) Headquarters as a Program Officer for the International Labor Organization (ILO) and was part of the delegation representing the organization at the General Assembly, the Security Council, and several other high-level meetings. She has served on the board of the UNA-USA Westchester Chapter the Communications Committee Chair. Her passions include coaching students and young professionals and advising mission-based nonprofits. Growing up in India, she was trained in the sport of competitive badminton and had the tremendous honor of winning several district-level championships, and is an advocate for the importance of gleaning life and leadership lessons from sports. She resides in Westchester County, NY with her beloved pet guinea pigs and is an animal lover, through and through. She holds a master’s degree in international affairs and a bachelor’s degree in industrial/organizational psychology.
14 minutes | a year ago
Only The Top 5% of women practice this.
In this episode, I have a very valuable message for you- that is going to be useful to you if you are looking toward growth and progress, if you are wanting to expand your business and income and if u want to be a successful leader. I am going to talk to you about the one quality I have observed Only The Top 5% of women practice. While coaching successful women CEO or executive I have first hand witnessed this quality across all of them.
14 minutes | a year ago
Heading to the C-Suite- How to get your hot seat?
Getting that first corporate executive seat is a challenge, regardless of gender. But it can be tougher for women. And in this episode, I will share with you a few practices that I personally found useful in my career as well as how so many of my female clients have benefited from these.
36 minutes | a year ago
Achieving it All - Being a Successful Daughter, Wife, Mother, Sister, and Leader
Interview with Urvi Bham- former Sr. V.P. at Bank Of America. and current CEO of Vikara Risk and Compliance LLC.In this episode, she shares with us what it took her to reach her goals and how a woman can achieve playing different roles. I loved her insights. She has truly worked toward her goals.
13 minutes | a year ago
How EVERY woman can commit to her success.
What women can do to seriously strengthen their chances of success is to root in this one habit that will help you to change your behavior and responses at your job and business. When you practice daily on building this one habit, it will improve your daily experience at work and better prepare you to reach your goals in the future. It is bound to unleash energy and confidence. You will commit to your success.
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