Harry Potter turns 40 today and I wonder what kind of a muggle leader he could have been. It is rather fascinating that the best-selling children’s fiction series of J K Rowling has some of the deepest wisdoms in life and leadership. The wildly entertaining story of witches and wizards conveys powerful leadership insights. Great... Continue Reading →
To achieve and sustain breakthrough growth leaders need to anticipate and shape markets of the future. One important step in this process is to determine how your existing paradigms and competencies can threaten or stifle the full development of a completely new future.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for humanity to regain that chain of responsible behavior. Let’s keep it strong. To break the chain of corona… hold your chain of responsibility!
What if you are not feeling grateful? How do we deal with the situation when the pressure of being positive turns us negative?
Vetaal in the workplace adapts the concept of Vetaal – a wise vampire asking the right questions after narrating a great story to modern workplace situations. This story is taken from the original series. Are people who are promoted know how to manage?
To work on your truth, to not hide away behind facades and lies of fear, laziness, resistance; to work towards your truth without violence to nature, others or the ecosystem.
“The current generation has stumbled on an incredibly powerful and important model for changing the world and the workplace: the network.” The ten themes around which the Millennials today work and lead creates a paradigm shift in the dynamics of Organizational working.
A small tiny habit change that is easy to do, does not take time and is too small to actually fail.
When it comes to communication, such micro habits are enough to bring a smile on people and improve relationships. Here are a list of 9 such micro habits that when done for a period of time can change your life.
How can leaders clarify expectations, help their team learn from their mistakes and build their confidence? The post explains 6 steps to effective feedback