Big fat Election jamboree- 5 Leadership and Life lessons

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Over the last one year and more so the last few months one has been watching the drama unfold. A large democracy at work, wheels within wheels at work, a time when the masses suddenly become important, when promises are doled out by the dozen mostly to be sidelined later.

Leading in an increasingly complex environment

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Strategic thinking in the past few decades has been largely driven by tools and paradigms from economics and its sub disciplines. Such an approach has facilitated acute understanding of positional power in terms of developing and retaining competitive advantage and the competencies required to

5 Habits Of Truly Disruptive Leaders

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On its face, leadership's goals don't seem to line up with dictionary definitions of disruption.

Social Drive: How You Can Create Positive Change Right Now

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“I don’t want to do anything to deter anyone from believing there is power in the group, in the network. But it also seems like there is a lot of rhetoric the last few years against the power of one person, against ‘hero worship.’ Don’t get me wrong—I’m n

The Authenticity Paradox

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Authenticity has become the gold standard for leadership. But a simplistic understanding of what it means can hinder your growth and limit your impact. Consider Cynthia, a general manager in a health care organization.

6 strategies for hiring exceptional senior leadership

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This article is part of DBA, a series on Mashable about running a business that features insights from leaders in entrepreneurship, venture capital and management.   It’s no easy task to hire highly talented people with the expertise and personal qualities that align wit

Companies should be careful about not getting people to choose between culture and results: Ashok Soota

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For leaders, the choice should not be about deciding between how much time they spend focusing on results versus pursuing happiness. The element of happiness needs to be incorporated in everything they do, Ashok Soota tells Sangeeta Tanwar   We just saw how Jeff Bezos had to f

The illusion of control

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It’s modern and very widespread. It motivates us, frightens us and drives our consumer mania: The idea that we are in control. That our work is so leveraged and important that through force of will, we can ensure that

Transforming Business—Successfully

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“Enterprises everywhere are experiencing the ‘business outcome gap.’ The business outcome gap can be defined as the difference between desired business outcomes and realized business outcomes. Desired outcomes are changing in response to rapidly evolving stakeholder needs, wheth

Entrepreneur vs Employee: The Healthy Tug of War

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A tug-of-war often occurs while implementing change in any small business—and it’s bound to create a little tension. And if it comes down to entrepreneur vs. employees, that trivial tug-of-war can quickly turn into a tightrope of terror.