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Leaders need to lead by example in setting a good work culture even during these times. Leaders who listen, encourage collaboration, are empathetic, and drive organisational agenda by keeping employees at the centre of it all, will be able to successfully ensure a good work culture even during remote work, says a leading business and human resource expert.
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Ester Martinez, CEO, People Matters feels that with the pandemic-induced changes in organisational structure, HR practices will become more digital, more personalised, more employee centric, and intelligent, and most importantly, more empathetic.
“The pandemic-induced changes have accelerated the path to digitalisation overnight and HR practices will have to let go of old legacies to keep up with the reality of the new normal. It is time for HR to show more adaptability and resilience and in fact, hit the reset button,” Martinez told IANSlife.
How does she think organisation culture will change? “Culture is something that flows from the top and this pandemic has firmly established that flexibility, empathy, care, collaboration, technology and employee centricity need to be the core of your culture. A culture which ignores these tenets and does not realign itself to give employees the required flexibility to align themselves to the new reality won’t survive. Cultures set in stone won’t last, it’s time for becoming flexible, employee centric, and fluid.”
She stresses on the role of leaders to ensure a good work culture even during remote work. The recent People Matters TechHR 2020 deliberated upon innovative ways of progressing in a world of work that has transformed drastically due to the disruption caused by the pandemic. “Leaders who can clearly set boundaries between work and life will be able to inspire a culture that ensures employee wellness is taken care of even remotely.” (IANS)
Achieving soft, beautiful and happy skin is a dream for most of us or at least a long-pending item on our wish list. While there are lot of suggestions, a laundry list of do's and don'ts to follow, there are some basics that don't change. We have to understand that happy skin is a holistic process that requires one to work on building healthy habits combined with good skincare.
Here's a ready reckoner by ITC Fiama of tried and tested skincare habits that will serve as a reminder that skincare doesn't need to be complicated, it just needs to be consistent.
* Cleanse & Moisturise -- The first and the simplest step towards healthy skin is regular cleansing and moisturising, it is advisable to use a moisturizing body soap that ensures your skin gets the right nutrients and remains supple and nourished. A great product suited to this requirement is Fiama Gel Bathing Bar, which is enriched with nature's goodness. Fiama's bathing bars come in 5 variants and they help moisturize the skin making it appear soft, happy and bouncy.
The first and the simplest step towards healthy skin is regular cleansing and moisturising. | Photo by Humphrey Muleba on Unsplash
* Balanced Diet -- Healthy skin is an outcome of a balanced diet. The food we eat provides the building blocks for healthy functioning of our bodies. Our diet has everything to do with the health of our skin. The nutrients, minerals, and proteins found in food support collagen production and healthy cell membranes, and protect skin from harmful stressors, such as UV exposure.
Healthy skin is an outcome of a balanced diet. | Photo by Sam Moqadam on Unsplash
* Smile -- While most of us hate the idea of having crow's eyes and lines while we smile. We rarely realize the benefits of a simple smile. When we smile the blood flow gets better, and the skin receives more oxygen and nutrients. This can help you develop a healthier complexion alternately it also leaves you stress free making you look happy and radiant.
When we smile the blood flow gets better, and the skin receives more oxygen and nutrients. | Photo by Lesly Juarez on Unsplash
* Drink Enough H20 -- With our bodies comprising of 70 per cent water, drinking sufficient amount of water is the easiest way to keep your skin healthy and hydrated. Drinking adequate water helps flush out toxins from our bodies, preventing pimples and acne and boosting the skin's elasticity. No wonder, water is called the elixir of life.
Drinking adequate water helps flush out toxins from our bodies, preventing pimples and acne and boosting the skin's elasticity. | Photo by Bluewater Sweden on Unsplash
* Move Your Body -- Along with cleansing and proper nutrition, another aspect which is important for happy skin is movement. When we move or burn calories, the body produces chemicals called endorphins. These endorphins interact with the receptors in the brain and trigger positive feelings and happy thoughts. This feeling of pure happiness and joy reflects on the skin, thus having the power to completely change your mood and keep you and your skin beaming. (IANS/ MBI)
When we move or burn calories, the body produces chemicals called endorphins. | Photo by Joanna Nix-Walkup on Unsplash
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