Background Once again, via Google News came across a well-researched article. It is courtesy of MIT Sloan Management Review. It cites corporate culture as one of the main drivers of the economic trend known as the "Great Resignation". The article itself is almost two weeks old. Relevancy In terms of relevancy, to me, it … Continue reading MIT Sloan Management Review:- Toxic Culture Is Driving the Great Resignation
Wherein human civilizations flourished, forgetting the essence of choice, we’re governed by norms dictating every aspect of life from clothes to the way of seating, from hair to career, from the pitch of voice to notions of taking a stand.
And amidst all this emerged the popular notion of “depression”. Being a part of the generation suffering the most as a cause of depression, feels being choked on expectations and pretenses…. But also being part of the generation trying to break through generations of toxic behaviour feels liberating.
Healing from traumas and transforming weaknesses into strength, we’re building a world that doesn’t shy away from accepting and acknowledging the flaws of an ancient civilization.