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Building Brand ‘You’

In our personal lives and in our careers too, there is one aspect that makes us more acceptable to others—our understanding of their situations. And managers need this quality all the more than anyone else, given that a high empathy

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A Question of Control

New technologies always evoke fear—of the unknown possibilities it could hold and of the possible asymmetry it could lead to. It is not the newness of the technology that bothers us more, but the power it could lend to a

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Power of Many

It is a long-known fact that models—systematic structures that let us organize information—help us make better sense of things. However, in today’s age of big data, one particular model may not be an all-encompassing one—it may not take into consideration

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When Social Goes Digital

The digital is no more a distant reality; it has made deep inroads into the lives of even the most ‘un-digital’ of us. While beckoning us to be part of an expansive world that holds many attractions—unlimited freedom and deeper

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Symbiotic Relationship

No doubt AI has made massive strides and is continuing its relentless march. But those who extol its deep impact tend to forget there is no AI without HI. AI is but an artificial version of human intelligence, less impactful

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Myths Busted

Today’s leaders should apply evolutionary theories to their practise to become mindful and lead effectively, says Graeme Findlay, author of Evolve: How Exceptional Leader Leverage the Inner Voice of Human Evolution and an Associate Fellow at the University of Oxford

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