Gurleen Nanra


Gurleen Nanra works with developing and validating psychometric assessments at Mettl. Prior to her stint with Mettl, she was associated with L&T Hydrocarbon in the Human Resources Department as a consultant. She has an innate interest in understanding human behavior across different functions along with sharing a profound interest in understanding Psychological Types at work, how spirituality enhances organizational performance and the importance of employee engagement.

Articles by Gurleen Nanra

Various organizations, from time to time publish reports that focus on the “best” and “worst” workplaces, organizations and industries relative to employee turnover. Their reports are eye-opening but not necessarily prescriptive.

March 17, 2017

Under influence of the belief that "good is the opposite of bad", mankind has for centuries been fixated with fault-finding, weaknesses and failings. Doctors have investigated the causes of diseases in order to learn about health. Psychiatrists and psychologists have investigated sadness in order to learn about joy. Organizations have investigated their "areas of development" or "weaknesses" in order to develop and make themselves better places to work.

March 15, 2017

A friend of mine recently went for an interview at a leading MNC. I was sure she would get the job as she has always been a high performer in the past, was exceptionally good during college, is smart and holds a charming personality. But, to my surprise, she did not.


Because she gave the right answers, but to the wrong questions!

March 15, 2017