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From ‘great’ to ‘exceptional’

by Polina Marinova Pompliano
Indian Management October 2023

Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: You need to feel inspired in order to be creative.
MYTH 2: Success breeds success.
MYTH 3: Consuming a large quantity of information makes us well-informed.
MYTH 4: A leader sits at the top of the pyramid.
MYTH 5: Success is an external measure of career, status, or wealth.

Polina Marinova Pompliano Polina Marinova Pompliano, founder of The Profile, and author of Hidden Genius: The Secret Ways of Thinking that Power the World’s Most Successful People, dispels a number of myths that exist around what it means to be creative, original, and successful.

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Busting the following myths-

MYTH 1: If you work hard, you will get ahead.

MYTH 2: Emotional intelligence is innate, not learned.

MYTH 3: Networking is only important when you are looking for a job.

MYTH 4: Mistakes will kill your career.

MYTH 5: Every issue I face at work can be solved with more effort.

by Merideth Mehlberg
Indian Management February 2024

A ground-breaking approach

Busting the following myths- 

Myth 1: Leaders must always be strong and unemotional.

Myth 2: Decision-making is solely a rational process.

Myth 3: Hierarchical structures are the best for organisational success.

 Myth 4: High stress yields high performance.

Myth 5: Leaders should have all the answers.

by Dr. Randy Brazie and Dr. Geoffrey VanderPal
Indian Management January 2024
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