Who is Eros Sharma?
Eros is a former Accenture organization and change management consultant based out
from Madrid and London with clients such as Santander, BP, BT, and Vodafone in
Spain, Germany, South Korea, Brazil, and the UK. He then became responsible for
leader, talent, and learning and development for Canon Europe, Philip Morris
International, the European Stability Mechanism, and Takeda Pharmaceuticals. In
his current role in Luxembourg, he heads learning and leadership development,
talent management, employee engagement, and DE&I for Generali Employee
Benefits, a business unit of the Generali group. His private clients have
included J&J, World Duty Free Group, PayPal, and Standard Life Aberdeen.
RegardingQuiet Quitting, he believes the manager’s role in engaging employees and
creating a career personality and path is ever more important to understand new
generations of workers that value their independence more than ever. As such,
helping employees shine and making them more marketable even to the point of
potentially losing them is a must. Disengagement leads to quiet quitting. Going
the extra mile and being psychologically connected to companies is a
competitive advantage. Employers that are able to offer personalized solutions
to employees will win. Let’s start by asking these 3 questions to employees. 1.
What do you need to feel energized at work? 2. How can we invest in you to make
you more marketable? 3. What would it take you to feel cared by me and by the
organization? I’d like to see companies move from the great resignation and
quiet quitting to the great new engagement deal.
Erosis a Spanish executive coach having obtained his MSc and accreditation in
Executive Coaching at Ashridge Business School/HULT in the UK and his BSc in
Business Administration from Drexel University in the US. He is a passionate
believer in the leader’s capability to inspire and drive an organization.