Prakash Shivanna is a versatile people leader with over 20 years of experience in designing, planning, and managing the entire life cycle management of people functions. He worked as a senior HR leader with SKF Technologies Private Limited and Otis Elevator Co. Presently, working as Head HR with Moog Controls India Private Limited.
Prakash is a strategic planner with proficiency in streamlining business, policy formulation and rationalization, automation, change management, and conceptualizing and implementing OD interventions.
Now, it is not "Cost to Company (CTC)", it is "Investment on Employee (IOE)."
Mr. Vinay M.S. is a seasoned agile HR & ER Leader with over two decades of experience that includes 13 years of leadership positions in various business verticals such as Pharmaceutical, Engineering, Automobile, and Electronics Industries.
Vinay is a postgraduate (MSW) in Human Resources and Industrial Relations from the University of Mysore and currently working as Head – Human Resources (Indian Operations) at AUMA India, a German MNC based in Bengaluru. He is a member of AUMA India’s Leadership Team.
During the stint in HR, Vinay has managed the Employee Life Cycle from talent acquisition to talent management, handled complex/volatile IR situations & disputes, successfully had five amicable wage settlements with the Trade Unions, ensured a collaborative approach by implementing the goal-setting process with joint accountabilities for the leadership teams, transformed and re-vitalized Performance Management System with an “objective approach” fostering the organizational effectiveness.
Vinay has envisioned and imbibed the learning culture, conceptualized, customized and implemented the Competency Frame work, Compensation, and Benefits Matrix. Vinay believes in continuous learning and is passionate about training and an in-house trainer on various HRD and OD modules for Managers and the Leadership Team.
“ENGAGEMENT MEANS THE EMOTIONAL CONNECT WHERE AN EMPLOYEE IS FAITHFUL TO HIS EMPLOYER AND THE ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS. THE CARE AND CONCERN, TIMELY RECOGNITION AND APPRECIATION, OR A SINCERE THANK YOU TO AN EMPLOYEE GOES A LONG WAY. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OFFERING A JOB AND OFFERING A CAREER.”
AN INTERVIEW WITH RETD. SENIOR PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY AND DEPUTY MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT, NIMHANS
Dr. C.R. Chandrashekar (CRC), a respected name in Karnataka's medical health circuit - fondly called “People's Psychiatrist' - retired in 2013 as senior professor of psychiatry at NIMHANS, where he worked for three decades. CRC has about 5 decades of experience in this field. Now, CRC practices at Samadhana Centre in Arekere, Bengaluru. CRC treated freely more than 50,000 patients, gave more than 30,000 lectures, trained more than 20,000 lay counsellors, and donated Rs.1.09 Crore to Dementia Care Centre, NIMHANS. CRC authored more than 280 books in Kannada and more than 30 books in English on Health and Ill Health. CRC has received many recognitions, appreciations, and awards for his outstanding work in the field of mental health, patients care, teaching, training, and education. A few awards to quote are Honorary Fellowship of Karnataka Science & Technology Academy 2020, Life Time Achievement in Science (STEAM) Communication in Kannada 2020, Dr. B. C. Roy Award by I.M.A Bangalore – 1993, U.G.C. Award-2001, National Award by Government of India–2002, Eminent Psychiatrist Award by Indian Psychiatric Society - Karnataka Branch 2006 and Dr. Anupama Niranjana Award for Kannada Medical Science Literature given by Government of Karnataka – 2012.
1. How to measure employees' mental health in the workplace?
One should focus on one's speech, behavior, relationship with others, speed of work, quality of work, and emotional control. Remember, observing these things are highly essential as good mental health at the workplace makes employees more efficient and effective.
2. What workplace factors are influencing employees’ mental health?
3. Do mental health issues disturb the relationship?
Yes. Mental health problems often have a bad effect on many aspects of life, including family relationships. For example, people with depression may have a lack of sexual interest. Mental health issues are a major cause of the breakup/divorce.
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