Discipline and good communication can create wonders: Rajeev Aggarwal


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Rajeev Aggarwal, Business Strategist, while expressing his views during the session organized here on Sunday by the Vidarbha Management Association, said, “Staff members observe their bosses and behave accordingly. If the boss of the organization is disciplined, well-mannered, punctual and polite, the staff will instill the same qualities in him,” said

Aggarwal added: “Having a listening ear is equally important. We must listen to the suggestions of others and act accordingly if they are beneficial to the organization. Moreover, if discipline is accompanied by good communication, it can create wonders for any business,” he said.

Aggarwal said that most of the time, while working together, the staff simply imitate the bosses. “If the boss is not disciplined, the staff members also follow the same habit,” he pointed out.

He further said; establish a very good communication link with colleagues in the workplace and be clear while discussing topics with them.

Aggarwal also gave some key tips that can be followed as part of the business strategy to improve the business. He said urged participants to maintain a very good communication link in the workplace; be clear when discussing topics with colleagues; give other people enough time to follow up on your idea; listening while respecting the suggestions of others; and express your opinion in a few words. Sudhir Laturkar, Session In-charge, in ‘Augment Tip’ talked about 4 types of risk. “No industry can be built without taking risks,” he said. Dr Aliakbbar Maimun was the program moderator. The Vidarbha Management Association is based in Nagpur and meets every Sunday at 10.25am.

The session provides a platform for entrepreneurs who have made their mark in various fields to exchange ideas.

VMA is dedicated to imparting learning related to business management and leadership to its members. VMA is a non-profit organization and is currently in its 18th year of successful operation.


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