5 Amazing Motivational Videos at Work

1. Dream

In the race for wealth and glory we often stop chasing the dreams we nourished from early years of our lives. The corporate employees lead monotonous lives which is detrimental to growth and skill development. Our dreams ignite the fire within us to work harder till we achieve them. This beautiful video depicts resurgence from a state of crestfallenness which we experience often in our work life. It indeed is not over, until I win.

2. CORPORATE MOTIVATION

Having big aspirations is a common finding among the corporate employees. But to achieve the goals, the efforts made need not be drastic or self-exerting. Small differences can make a big impact. We can make minor adjustments to our working technique and attitude to achieve amazing results. This video is about how small things make a big difference. A must watch.

3. PROVE THEM WRONG

How many times do we face people who tell us that we are useless and cannot do anything right? They may be family, friends or your boss at work. It’s time to prove them wrong. You can do it – You will do it. The biggest rejects once are now the people who are considered as legends and Samaritans by the same set of people. All you need to do is – Never Give Up. Corporate employees are the worst victims to such negativity owing to imposing bosses and peer politics. We can move through it and play it tough by believing in ourselves and sporting a never say die attitude. This video depicts 3 such stories and surely is a great motivational watch.

4. TEAM WORK MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO

Achieving organizational success is impossible without an organized team effort. Success achieved can be sustained only via dedicated team work. Team work eliminates the risk of failure faced despite brilliance of individual employees. United we stand is a saying we learnt early in our childhood but have lost the essence of it as we have grown. This video shows how we can overcome the most difficult of situations together. Should make your day.

5. BELIEVE IN YOURSELF

“You are the creator of your own destiny.” Corporate employees face difficult times more often than not as the corporate arena is getting more viscous with the passing day. Some sail through such times while some suffer breakdowns. It is important to believe in yourself wherever you are. Lack of self-belief may be because of demoralizing peers or a negative work environment. Self-belief helps you to fight your way through tough times and stand up against negativity. And one good initiative can turn the tides in positivity for your entire work place. This video is all about believing in yourself when the chips are down.

 

 

If Blockbuster Movie Bahubali was a Software Co.

If Bahubali was a Software Co.
Sivagami

Strong and tough, yet motivational. Allots outstanding rating to any resource who can get appreciation from clients with their deliverable. Follows bell curve principle. She decreases the ratings even when someone deserves better.

Mahendra Bahubali would be a Fresher. Clueless initially. Got potential to become a developer in future by trail and error (thanks to google) Enthusiastic to get on board into project

Mahendra Bahubali would be a Fresher. Clueless initially. Got potential to become a developer in future by trail and error (thanks to google) Enthusiastic to get on board into project

Amarendra-Bahubali

Got all the required skills. Though always eligible for best rating, he is confined to lesser ratings owing to the office politics and bell curve

Bhallaladeva

Has decent skills but doesn’t want to work hard. Uses office politics to get the best ratings in appraisal and is jealous of other developers

Katappa

Katappa Would a Company Loyalist. A Slave to the On-Site Opportunities. Loyal only to the chair of his reporting manager. Won’t switch companies even offered higher package.

Bijjaladeva would have been a Team Leader/ Manager. Shows partiality. Often employs politics to get best rating for his pet resource even if he is not worth for it.

Bijjaladeva would have been a Team Leader/ Manager. Shows partiality. Often employs politics to get best rating for his pet resource even if he is not worth for it.

Aslam Khan

Aslam Khan- The Competitor’s HR Manager. He fails in recruiting the most loyal resource, even after quoting high package and buyout options.

Kalakeya

Kalakeya would the clients who speak their own business language. They won’t understand your language and always on war with the offshore team

Bahubali was a software co.

Avantika- The HR manager. A beautiful woman who woos/ recruits freshers into software industry