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A Divided World: Can Finance Be the Bridge?

This isn’t just wishful thinking! This blog draws inspiration from the article that is a part of World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Imagine a world teetering on the brink – politically charged, economically uncertain, and riddled with geopolitical tensions. Sounds pretty bleak, right? But amidst this chaos, there’s a glimmer of hope: the financial sector. Yes, you […]

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Mastering Corporate Learning Dynamics: Breaking Through Engagement Barriers

Introduction: The landscape of corporate learning is undergoing a transformative shift, with organizations investing in learning experience platforms (LXP) and content to enhance employee development. However, a paradox persists—despite these investments, employee learning engagement is waning. Nigel Paine’s insights in ‘Workplace Learning’ underscore the crux of the matter: learning cultures don’t sprout from voluminous course

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Unleash Employee Potential in 2024: The Power of Upskilling and Reskilling!

In the ever-evolving landscape of the professional world, the importance of upskilling and reskilling has reached new heights. As businesses navigate the Fourth Industrial Revolution, characterized by rapid technological advancements, artificial intelligence, and automation, the need for a skilled and adaptable workforce has become paramount. In this blog, we explore why upskilling and reskilling are

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Empowering Her Wallet: Decoding the Financial Landscape of Urban Indian Women

A recent joint study by DBS Bank India and Crisil sheds light on the financial behaviours and preferences of women earners in India’s metros. The study surveyed over 800 women across 10 cities, focusing on financial decision-making, investment patterns, digital adoption, and banking product preferences. Key findings include a significant proportion of women being risk-averse,

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From Invisible to Indispensable: Making Financial Planning More Valuable

In his book “Selling the Invisible,” marketing expert Harry Beckwith explains how difficult it can be to sell intangible services like financial planning. Unlike tangible products that customers can touch, see, and feel, financial planning is an invisible service that can be hard to quantify and communicate to potential clients. But just because financial planning

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