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As we bid farewell to a truly tough year with the positive news on COVID vaccine, let us not put our precautionary common-sense guards down yet – physical distancing, regular hand wash and masks still have to be the norm for a few more months.
In business also, we tend to get too caught up in the noise and smoke screen created around a subject to be able to think clearly through it. For instance, organizations driving a #workfromhome culture insisting on candidates coming to office for recruitment process highlights a gap in the planned strategy versus on-ground application. There are several such instances we all have experienced; sharing my view and practical tips to avoid this trap of common (non)sensical errors:
Many of you may think that this is common sense or Management 101; it is indeed great if you were already conscious of the above and have been acting appropriately. Let us hope that common sense does indeed prevail and becomes much more common to help us all make better decisions in today’s unusual times, both personally and professionally.
That's my #RunningDiscipline, comment below and share, what's yours?
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