A few edited excerpts from People Matters interview with SV Nathan, Partner and Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte, India, who shares his insights on skill development, leadership, diversity and millennials
For long-term performance, the C-Suite needs to commit themselves to the success of corporate leadership-development efforts. But do these programs align with the strategic objectives of the business? Do they prove valuable to the employee and for the bottom line?
What's the difference between the two apart from the fact that they both are superheroes but with different characters and characteristics? Well, let me tell you, Superman was 'born' Superman, whereas Spiderman was 'created'.
When you reach a point where you feel, "You've done it all," your peers believe, "You've done it all," and even your family thinks, "You've done it all," but get turned down by the only validating authority that you feel there is, it feels like being at the bottom of the pit. How do you overcome this?