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QAspire Blog: Looking Back at 2013

Chrysanthemum

Looking back at 2013 fills me with gratitude. It was a remarkable year – both personally and for this blog.

I did a lot of writing here and elsewhere, participated in some enlightening conversations with folks in-person and virtually, signed a new book deal (details soon), contributed photograph clicked by me on a book cover and did speaking at various respected forums. Here are some (but not all) highlights:

This are just a few glimpses from a lot that happened on personal and professional fronts.

This blog has grown beyond what I had imagined and this was not possible without YOU – the readers of this blog. Every feedback I get about my writing here is so gratifying. Thank you for your continued support.

And now, lets go over the important lessons I shared – one for each month. I hope you will enjoy them and revisit:

Jan 2013 – Leading Others: How NOT to be in Control

Feb 2013 – Do KRA’s and Rewards Help in Quality?

Mar 2013 – Leadership: 6 Pointers on Having Face Time with People

Apr 2013 – Understanding Quality: Duty Towards Self

May 2013 – Clearing the Fog in Communication

Jun 2013 – How To Get Better? Focus on ‘Touch Time’

Jul 2013 – How to Build a Great Team and Culture? 60 Pointers

Aug 2013 – Coaching Culture: The Art and Science of Success

Sep 2013 – 6 Lessons On Creating a Lasting Influence

Oct 2013 – Consulting, Content and Context: A Fable

Nov 2013 – Managing Aggression in a Team – A Short Tale

Dec 2013 – In 100 Words: Humility, Life and Leadership

With that, I wish you a remarkable 2014.

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