August 25, 2020

Once you’ve scored that interview you’ve been pitching, there’s a few steps you should take to nail it.

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Earlier this week you sent an incredible pitch to that host you follow, and finally heard back. You’re in! The host asked you to submit a bio, headshot, and key talking points for marketing purposes, which you sent over immediately. The host also provided the online calendar link to schedule the recording. You did that too.

You’ve done all the steps perfectly so far. The only thing left to do is … oh darn.

Realization sets in that all the experts you’ve been following only talk about nailing the pitch. But very few actually

How was lockdown for your teams? Are they feeling stressed and isolated? Or has working from home turned out to be a productive, commute-free, work-in-comfy-clothes revelation? One thing seems certain: This global, flexible-working experiment has changed our professional routines, probably for good. In PwC US’s Remote Work Survey, conducted in June, 39 percent of U.S. executives said most of their office employees were working remotely at least one day a week before the pandemic. But during the COVID-19 crisis, almost everyone who could work

The award-winning cable host shares her insights on leadership in troubling times.


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The pandemic caused a severe blow to economies, businesses and individuals worldwide. It also quickly placed entrepreneurs in a tricky position, because they had to go from scale mode to survival mode. This is all while trying to hold onto as many clients, funds and members as possible — and it has proven to be quite the uphill battle. As the great Robert Schuller once said, “Tough times don’t last; tough people do.” And the same applies for businesses as well.

But how is an entrepreneur supposed to act as a beacon of support when their own foundation is shaky? To find out, I had a call with six-time Emmy Award–winning anchor Harris Faulkner. Outside of TV news and being a


Suzlon Energy’s board on Monday approved the proposal to issue worth Rs 4,453.01 crore under its debt restructuring plan.


However, the company’s board of directors have deferred approval of financial results for June quarter till August 28, 2020.



The approval of financial results was one of the agenda listed for the meeting scheduled on Monday.


In its meeting held on Monday, the board of directors of the company approved the issuance of to an extent of Rs 4,453.01 crore on private placement basis to Suzlon Global Services Limited, the wholly-owned subsidiary of the company, as part of restructuring of debts with the lenders, subject to approval of the shareholders, the company said in a BSE filing.


It said the company and its subsidiaries have recently concluded a comprehensive debt restructuring and issued various