Power Woman Photo by Rodrick Lal — National Geographic Your Shot

Power women are not just women who rule the corporate world. Power women are also like this woman who lives in rural India. Women in rural India often spend their time doing household chores, one of which is cooking for an extended family. This snap was taken a few years ago of a woman who was cooking traditional Corn bread to be eaten with a Spinach dish. The snap was taken at the Pratap Garh Eco-tourism Farm at Jajhar, Haryana, India

Source: Power Woman Photo by Rodrick Lal — National Geographic Your Shot

Coaching Leadership

Performance management has three elements—planning, day-to-day coaching, and evaluation. When I ask managers which of these elements takes the most time, they almost always say evaluation. Sometimes I hear long statements full of frustration about the forms, activities, and deadlines involved in the evaluation process. It makes me realize that people are putting the emphasis […]

via Coaching—the Most Essential Part of Performance Management — How We Lead

Shiv Ratri Photo by Rodrick Lal — National Geographic Your Shot

 

 

Shivratri is a major festival in Hinduism. It is a solemn occasion that marks a remembrance of overcoming darkness and ignorance in life and the world. It is marked by fasting, doing yoga and meditating on ethics and virtues such as self-restraint, honesty and non-injury to others.Legend has it that the occasion celebrates the marriage of Shiv with Parvati, his consort. Shivratri takes place on the 13th night of the waning month, the 14th day of the month of Phalguna.

Source: Shiv Ratri Photo by Rodrick Lal — National Geographic Your Shot

Shiv Ratri Photo by Rodrick Lal — National Geographic Your Shot

 

 

Shivratri is a major festival in Hinduism. It is a solemn occasion that marks a remembrance of overcoming darkness and ignorance in life and the world. It is marked by fasting, doing yoga and meditating on ethics and virtues such as self-restraint, honesty and non-injury to others.Legend has it that the occasion celebrates the marriage of Shiv with Parvati, his consort. Shivratri takes place on the 13th night of the waning month, the 14th day of the month of Phalguna.

Source: Shiv Ratri Photo by Rodrick Lal — National Geographic Your Shot