The Humble Leader

Humility is one of those leadership traits you do not see as frequently as you should. Humility is often perceived as a weakness when, in fact, it can be... Read more »

Humble Leadership (The global-leadership industry needs re-engineering)

So there is clearly a need for global leadership. But when the public look at what is on offer, they are not impressed. Many of the bankers and politicians... Read more »

Video: Measuring What Makes Life Worthwhile

“what could happen if during these tough times I focused on making all my employees, from the desk clerk to the cleaners of the rooms, truly happy?” Read more »

Inquiring Leader

The term “inquiring leader” refers to leaders at any level who are self-aware, curious, solution-oriented, and value asking questions as a core leadership skill. In general, the model and... Read more »

Bhagavad Gita and Management I

The first lesson of management science is to choose wisely and utilise scarce resources optimally. During the curtain raiser before the Mahabharata War, Duryodhana chose Sri Krishna's large army... Read more »

Leadership is a choice not a position: 4 steps by Covey

The world is vastly different today and ever-changing. If we can develop leaders who can withstand and embrace the changing times by deeply rooting themselves in these principles of... Read more »

The Delusions of A Self-Centered Leader

Let’s first get one thing out of the way: there is no such thing as a self-centered leader. Leadership is made up of an amalgamation of beliefs and related... Read more »

Guidelines for Empathic Listening

Use good body language. Face the person squarely. Keep limbs uncrossed and open. Lean slightly forward. Maintain attentive but unintimidating eye contact. Sit somewhere free... Read more »

A Spiritual Connection of Leader

Leaders should never consider themselves as proprietors of those in their charge. Ownership implies that we have a right to do with our property as we will, and it... Read more »

Leader’s Skill: To Hear the Unheard (Story of Prince T’ai)

For only when a ruler has learned to listen closely to the people's hearts, hearing their feelings uncommunicated, pains unexpressed, and complaints not spoken of, can he hope to... Read more »