After Indigo, now Jet Airways opts out of Air India disinvestment process

Less than a week after budget airline IndiGo rescinded its interest from participating in the disinvestment process of debt-laden Air India, Mumbai-based full-service carrier Jet Airways also said it will not take part in the strategic sale. Another low-cost airline SpiceJet had already pulled itself out of the race even before the preliminary information memorandum was issued and has maintained its stance even after the Centre formally invited expressions of interest. “We welcome the government’s move to privatise Air India. It is a bold step. However, considering the terms of…

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8 Of Your Sales Team’s Biggest Challenges And How To Solve Them

What sets successful companies apart is their ability to strategically overcome these sales challenges. They have marketing and sales teams who work together, and they have shared goals, KPIs and metrics. Here’s how you can achieve something similar at your company. 1. Finding Qualified Leads Attracting tons of new leads isn’t always a good thing. It should be about quality over quantity — you want to ensure you attract qualified leads. It doesn’t make sense for a rep to spend time talking to someone who isn’t ready to buy. To understand this…

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Advantages Of Using A Checklist Maker For Your Deadlines

A checklist is a compendium that lists down the key things that need to be done or must be remembered. It could be what you plan in your itinerary and even for making a shopping list. For individuals who like to jot down reminders, this would be very efficient since it saves time looking for lost memos, writing papers, or even taking longer to think of what needs to check off. Most people prefer using paper when creating their checklist but there are other options such as online too. Although…

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How to make a new blog post in the 2020 version of Blogger

This article shows you how to make a new blog post in the new (2020) Blogger editor. What is the new Blogger editor Google have announced that In late June [2020], the new Blogger interface will become the default for all users. The legacy interface will still be available as an option. This is a good thing:  the new Blogger fixes a number of long-standing issues, adds some useful new tools, and gives the team building Blogger tools to make more new features in future. But it means that people who already…

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The Early Warning Signs of Leaders Who Are Struggling

We have a leadership crisis in this country.  Not only from a talent standpoint but from the hidden costs associated with poor performance in various leadership positions at present. Studies by such notable national recruiting firms like Challenger, Grey & Christmas chronicle the costs associated with executive turn over and the costs to companies leading up to and after the executive is gone.  And while companies tend to resist the decision to remove an executive (unless laws are broken or financial impropriety takes place) many wait way too long to address early…

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A New Era Of Remote Healthcare Technology

Around the world, legions of selfless healthcare professionals have demonstrated their commitment and resilience in awe-inspiring ways. As we watch them and thank them, what can we — the rest of the world — learn about resiliency and agility? We have already grown used to the images of front-line medical professionals covered head to toe in masks and gowns. What we don’t see as much is that while they toil to help their patients survive, they simultaneously communicate and work together to develop new ideas for diagnoses, treatment and care.…

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