Leadership

Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy
 By: SUSAN DOMINUS
Is Giving Good? Do Givers really Gain? While there are a lot of stories about how Givers Gain, there is very little research and academic validation for it. Adam Grant Professor at Wharton however has done some excellent research on this and this article from the New York Times highlights some of it. I enjoyed reading it, Giving is good for you.
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Seven Leadership Lessons from Great Basketball Coaches

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The first thing I remember purchasing with my own money that I earned was a basketball. As a boy, when I wasn’t in class, often I was shooting baskets.
Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy
Inspiring... it is not about money. Ikea founder Mr.Kamprad is worth more than $18 Billion, yet lives a frugal life. Does not flaunt wealth and looks at every oppotunity to save. Inspiring story of what  the billionaire values.Self-made man: Ingvar Kamprad with wife Margaretha  In his faded coat, tinted prescription glasses and scuffed shoes, he looks like just another

Company Vision: Dream Big Without Getting Hurt

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The reality of big dreams is they take a long time to achieve. It’s easy for your dreams to get the best of you when they’re too big to achieve in the short term. Big dreams can be a huge motivation killer, especially when they are hitched to your company vision.

Extracting More Than Cash From Your Angel Investors

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  A version of this article previously appeared on Forbes. In order to extract value beyond your Angel investors' cash, you must first assess

Bold Approaches for Successfully Retaining Every Innovator, Part 1 of 2

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A retention toolkit for innovators Corporate executives are beginning to learn the high value of innovators, which can be 5 to 300 times the value of an average employee. If a company doesn’t have enough innovators, a primary option is recruiting them. In a previous related article, I highl
Recommended by: Narendra Bhatta
what kind of an introduction would you like to present when networking? the article suggests some pitfalls to avoid when framing an introduction about oneself. The purpose to let people know who you are in as simple terms and language as possible without the need to unnecessarily glorify. worth reading and implementing

Help Your Leaders Lead

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Deep inside an enormous software company, a team of passionately committed individuals works day and night to improve their customers’ and partners’ experiences. These committed service heroes know that satisfaction is not enough to retain loyalty and gain market share.
Recommended by: Niranjan Rao Reddyshetty
If failure is viewed with the right lens, it needn't be a bad/ fearful thing that we may think it to be...here's a point of view.It would be difficult to come across anyone who hasn’t failed ever – at anything, or even anyone who doesn’t know what it means. And yet so many times we get hassled by this familiar experience, instead of leveraging it. Embrace
Recommended by: Niranjan Rao Reddyshetty
 
How one deals with adversity, could be the difference between what one accomplishes in his/ her life. Here's a thought on converting Adversity into Opportunity.
Convert adversity into OPPORTUNITY!   A certain amount of opposition is of great help to a man. Kites rise against, not with the wind - John Neal. Adversity or difficult times are often feared,