Meet Vivek

Monday8AM started out as a series of Monday morning emails to our team, on what we could do differently to become better leaders, better team players, better family members, better friends and better citizens. Through this blog, I hope to include many more people in these conversations. Why the name? Monday, since it is the start of the working week and 8 AM, so that we can think about these things before the day catches up with us.

Latest Posts

Learning

What will you do to increase abundance in your life?

Shift your perspective from fear-based scarcity to growth-focused abundance.
Culture   Leadership

Why thriving is the new imperative

Shifting from “engagement” to “thriving” can be a game-changer for businesses in the post-Covid era.
Communication

Make feedback part of the hiring process

Giving and receiving feedback as part of the hiring process is beneficial for hiring managers as well as candidates.
Culture

Set up new hires for success

How well are you using onboarding to help new employees flourish?

Popular Posts

Managing your boss
Careers   Relationships

Managing your boss

Your manager is crucial to your success (and vice versa). How do you nurture this relationship?
I am, because we are
Culture   Relationships

I am, because we are

Build unified, high-performing teams with the Ubuntu philosophy
Offer everyone a seat at the table
Culture   Leadership

Offer everyone a seat at the table

How to be more inclusive in practice, not just on paper.
Culture

The Godrej Way

An in-depth look at GCPL’s fundamental purpose and core values to live by

Guest Authored Posts

Vivek Gambhir

Some lessons learned in 2019

Our leaders share their biggest learnings from 2019 and what they want to do differently in 2020
What's your "magic phrase"?
Vivek Gambhir

What’s your “magic phrase”?

Our leaders share magic phrases that they use to motivate their teams
Playing favourites at work
Ryan Mascarenhas

Playing favourites at work

How to manage favouritism and avoid the inherent disengagement it can cause
Neha Parekh

Making it work as a working parent

A how-to on managing the complex dynamic between work and parenting