Business Leadership

Good Bye, Organization Man

Good Bye, Organization Man

I have observed (even before reading this article) how the entrepreneur is able to deliver customer service, compared to an organization-man! Whether it is property-search to banking to investments to videography, across the board, the SEP (self-employed professional) or an entrepreneur is far more customer-oriented, efficient, less bureaucratic and definitely empathetic. Orgn-man perhaps suffers the […]

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Promoters’ role changing, says Ram Charan

Promoters’ role changing, says Ram Charan

The role of a company’s promoter is starting to include helping in drawing up leadership succession plans and generally evaluating the talent of a CEO One cannot generalist [about Indian companies] of course. But it is slowly happening…promoters are making changes at the top level. The average tenure of a CEO now is just 4.6 […]

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Coaching Physicians to Become Leaders – Richard Winters – Harvard Business Review

Coaching Physicians to Become Leaders – Richard Winters – Harvard Business Review

One of the links on coaching I have shared with many is Eric Schmidt’s advise, ‘everyone needs coaching‘, one of the best advice he received! That ‘everyone’ includes not only corporate guys, but surely include physicians, artists, trainers, et al. The challenges people face are common to all organised efforts, whether a bank or corporatee, […]

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Dubai-based Life Coach Dares Corporations to Rehumanise the Workplace

Dubai-based Life Coach Dares Corporations to Rehumanise the Workplace

How many organizations, leaders, managers really ‘allow’ a culture of failure and imperfection. In today’s world when business leaders are evaluated quarter to quarter or month on month, how many would really take a medium to long-term view and work with that perspective? More importantly how many have the vision, passion and stamina to balance […]

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