In the midst of understanding and navigating through this ‘new normal’ we are often faced with the question on how we can enhance the business performance to re-start the world and what new strategic approach should we consider implementing for progress.Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the loss of life and economic instability (a 2.5% contraction of growth is suspected) globally at an unforeseen level. Although the initial effects threw us in an unfamiliar situation, human society was able to produce a progressive global response. Like the rest of the world, India is also witnessing a clear path to secure the economy through sustainable energy production and usage (clean energy can save $141 billion in global electricity cost by 2025).Continue reading
It has been nearly 4 months since India has been in lockdown. Although the decision to put India under lockdown was a decisive one to stop the spread of COVID-19, it presented people with something we never faced before on a global scale.
Yes, I am talking about ‘Isolation’. Before the lockdown, we never truly knew how much we wanted to see familiar faces and that there will ever be a time when we will miss making strangers a part of our daily journey. These changing scenarios have created unparalleled experiences that can lead you towards stress, frustration, depression and anxiety. Although these are all normal reactions to changes in life, it is up to us to find a way through these challenges to maintain a sane and productive mind.
Let us try to see how we can achieve that.
Currently, most of us are living in a state of fear, dealing with a crisis that has swept the world in an incredible loss of life and stability. Although countries are now actively working towards prevention and cure of the virus, the real-time updates of doom and gloom can keep us down if we let it.
The tragedy and the pain is there, but we can never forget that as a part of the enduring human society, we bear the great responsibility of leading towards a better future. And for that to happen, we need to keep an optimistic outlook even within this crisis to survive and thrive in the world post-COVID-19.
The fear of the people when our country’s corona count was 100, is not there when it is over 200,000 today.
The answer lies in the psychological view of man. There is a philosophy called the *”Kupler Rose Model”.* That is, when a human goes through any tragedy, natural disaster, accident, they pass through 5 stages. They are-