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Workplace courage

by Angie Morgan
Indian Management August 2021

It has been the toughest of times-leading through a pandemic. But what can we learn from what we have all been through? How will it change us as leaders? And how should we lead out of lockdown? These are just some of the questions that we believe leaders should be pausing to ask themselves.

Angie Morgan is an executive coach and co-creator, Lead Star. She is author, SPARK, Leading from the Front, and Bet on You: How Leaders Win with Risk.

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Brand yourself

Whether you know or not, whether you like it or not, you are a brand. Your ‘branding’ happened soon after you were born, and has happened through the various phases of your life. In this age of branding, it is not just companies and products but also people who need reputation management.

by J Devarprakash
Indian Management March 2024

Set up your team for success

MYTH 1: The people on the innovation team are the right people for the team.
MYTH 2: The team should be laser-focused on the outcome. 
MYTH 3: The team knows best.
Myth 4: Innovation teams always succeed.
Myth 5: Company culture is not critical to the success of the team.

by Helene Cahen, MS
Indian Management March 2024

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Love-based leadership

For organisations to thrive in the turbulent years ahead, managers must rethink how they approach their strategies to achieve growth and success. A more holistic approach is needed which considers a company’s purpose and commercial aims alongside the needs and abilities of their people.

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The path to intentional progress

The gap between the collective efforts and goals of the organisation can only be bridged by optimal use of feedback, as it promotes surroundings geared towards sustained growth. So, ensuring that all that is said translates into actionable steps leads us to move toward intentional progress.

by Muniinder K Anand
Indian Management March 2024
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