As I begin writing this note, I am aware that I am addressing one small facet of a complex social phenomenon and that there is an inherent risk of over-simplification and stereotyping while I write this. All around us, there are signs and signals of a critical shift happening in Indian society and polity […]
Day: December 12, 2015
Myths that destroy Leadership within the modern organization…
Let me begin by stating unequivocally that I come from an ideology where leadership is seen as a dialogic and transformational process – a process that gets anchored by an individual and or by a group, that struggle with double binds and ‘dharamasankatas’ of the context. By this definition the notion of leadership does not […]
Managing Professional Growth – Trends that may transform or even eliminate the L&D function within in the near future!
Two strands of conversations have contributed towards writing this article – the first was with Srinivasa Addepalli of Globalgyan on designing leadership development interventions, and the second was exploring an aggregator model of coaching with G Pratap of Maersk, over the past few weeks. For most firms, the ‘Make/Grow Talent or Buy Talent’ polarity […]
Charlie, the e-Conscious and the human encounter
It was a friend of mine, who triggered the process of writing of this note, when he introduced me to ‘Charlie’. As some of you know, Charlie is this App that does the basic groundwork for your meetings, preparing you for every meeting on your calendar by collecting information on the person whom you are […]