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Rajneesh Sharma

GURGAON, India

https://www.linkedin.com/in/rajneesh-171201/

Available For: Consulting
Travels From: Gurgaon
Speaking Topics: Human Resources Management

Rajneesh SharmaPoints
Academic10
Author5
Influencer0
Speaker0
Entrepreneur0
Total15

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Future of Work 30.48
HR 30.22
Leadership
Mental Health 35.20

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1 Academic Certification
National Association of State Boards of Geology (ASBOG)
ASBOG
January 05, 2021
Enhancing Resilience

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Tags: Mental Health

5 Article/Blogs
Strategies to Use When You’re Feeling Anxious
LinkedIn
February 22, 2021
It’s normal to experience occasional anxiety — for example, when we’re faced with a high-stakes meeting, a stressed-out boss, or a conflict with a colleague.

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Tags: HR, Future of Work, Mental Health

Take Small Steps Toward a Big Career Change
LinkedIn
September 07, 2017
If you’d like to make a career transition but you’re worried about leaving a stable job, how do you take the leap? And how do you decide on your next move?

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Tags: HR, Future of Work, Mental Health

"Have you taken a Selfie"
LinkedIn
April 24, 2017
I am sure all of you would have experienced or seen people taking selfies on their smartphones. Selfies are being taken any time of the time and "anywhere." Does that indicate that smartphones by virtue of their features are also encouraging narcissism in people.? May be yes! We never came across such behaviour earlier. Question arises as what people do with such photographs taken? They place these photographs on social media for their friends to see, "like" and post comments. It indicates that people look forward for some kind of appreciation or ego massage. May be yes, since population moving to cities, with smaller families and less time for each other leads fulfilling these basic needs of being appreciated by others is getting fulfilled by such means. It may be a momentary good feel factor but for how long? May be till they click their next selfie.

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Tags: HR, Future of Work, Mental Health

The Best Way to Solve Recurring Work Problems
LinkedIn
January 07, 2017
Problems at work tend to be repetitive. No one complains because their boss was angry one time or a colleague failed to pitch in once. The next time you’re in a familiar noxious work setting where someone is doing the same thing as usual, try something different: improvise. Break the routine. For example, if you have an employee who’s chronically late to meetings and reprimanding her in the past hasn’t solved the problem, the next time she’s late, stop the meeting and praise her for all that she’s doing right. Everyone will be caught off guard, and it may actually resolve the problem once and for all. By introducing an unfamiliar dynamic, you encourage your counterpart to respond differently in turn.

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Tags: HR, Future of Work, Mental Health

Think Positively About Stress
LinkedIn
October 21, 2016
Are you worried that your high stress level is bad for your performance, your relationships, and your health? It turns out that believing stress has a negative impact might be the worst part. New studies show that your mindset is the most important predictor of how stress affects you. If you believe it's bad for you, it will be. But you'll be happier, healthier, and more effective if you see the difficulties and challenges you face as opportunities to learn and grow, rather than as your "daily grind." So think about stress differently: It can create mental toughness, increase clarity, and contribute to a sense of confidence.

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Tags: HR, Future of Work, Mental Health

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