Latest Posts

bring forth the ‘you’

Diana Theodores

 Those who have turned role models are mostly those who have awakened the world with ‘the shock of the new’.

Read More

leading by fear?

John Higgins and Megan Reitz

Those occupying seats of power—many a time unknowingly—trigger a sense of fear in their organizations. This makes them unapproachable and

Read More

let in loneliness

K Shankar

Leadership and loneliness are inextricably intertwined, but that’s not always a bad thing. Enterprising leaders should embrace their isolation and

Read More

ethical by example

Mohammed Sajid Khan

The line between right and wrong is never static, subtly shifting in today’s VUCA landscape. In these ethically challenging times,

Read More

the power of divergent thinking

Thomas Malnight

As the world evolves at a rapid pace, businesses are increasingly getting left behind as they cling to the past.

Read More

what really sells

Tom Schodorf

Tom Schodorf, co-author, with David Mattson and Bart Fanelli, of The Success Cadence: Unleash Your Organization’s Rapid Growth Culture, decodes

Read More

other highlights

bring forth the ‘you’

Women do not need to be epic and iconic to be a revolutionary. Within you is your own revolutionary who wants to change the story of

leading by fear?

Those occupying seats of power—many a time unknowingly—trigger a sense of fear in their organizations. This makes them unapproachable and kills the synergy that smooth conversations can bring. Leaders may

let in loneliness

Leadership and loneliness are inextricably intertwined, but that’s not always a bad thing. Enterprising leaders should embrace their isolation and view it as a source of inner strength, as well

ethical by example

illustration by swapnil redkar The line between right and wrong is never static, subtly shifting in today’s VUCA landscape. In these ethically challenging times, leaders have

the power of divergent thinking

As the world evolves at a rapid pace, businesses are increasingly getting left behind as they cling to the past. Companies must turn to divergent thinking to carry their company

what really sells

Tom Schodorf, co-author, with David Mattson and Bart Fanelli, of The Success Cadence: Unleash Your Organization’s Rapid Growth Culture, decodes the mantra for successful sales. He is also a consultant

going it alone, together

  illustration by nilesh juvalekar The perceived halo of success and enterprise, many a time, masks the true picture beneath—of entrepreneur loneliness. The reasons are: the

social for hire

illustration by swapnil redkar Organizations must evolve beyond conventional HR hiring processes and look to cutting-edge solutions to find the right talent. Using the micro-social media

know thyself

illustration by nilesh juvalekar First impressions can make or break you in today’s attention-deficit, fast-paced world. Crafting the perfect introduction to yourself is thus paramount, on

shaping the best mould

Marga Hoek is a global thought leader onsustainable business and author ofThe Trillion Dollar Shift. The UN Global Compact asks companies to first do business responsibly

Delphique 2019

‘Startups as a career choice for students’ was the theme of the inaugural panel discussion. The panellists were Munish Dayal, Senior Partner, Baring Capital; Udit Joshi,

the bedrock

illustration by swapnil redkar As many business examples the world over have proven, the implications of an integrity deficit are humungous. Leaders hold the most responsibility