Insights for Business Leaders
Pragmatic and practical insights curated from our own experiences of working with business leaders across many domains and industries.
Some of the experiences have been synthesized into short articles to help entrepreneurs and business leaders navigate range of business challenges.
When a leading horse misses to win a race, the fault lies not with the racecourse or the other competitors. Nor are tougher circumstances to blame. Businesses and achievements are only for the good leaders to capture.
Every leader should have her/his plate filled with worries. An empty worry-plate is indicative of personal stagnation and decline.
Question is what should fill the worry-plate of a great leader!
Running an organization is hard work. Sitting in the office it is easy, at any level, to get completely submerged in the internal affairs of one’s organization – optimizing the product mix, tweaking service delivery, streamlining the supply chain, handling teams, analysing and reviewing performance and so on.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the most progressive leader of all? Good chances that the mirror shall call your name if you have created environment whereby it can give honest feedback, regularly; its feedback is taken in the right spirit, acted upon diligently; and there are no attempts ever to break the mirror over bitter feedback.
At a workplace, positivity flows top down. It is a significant responsibility of the leader to spur and nurture optimism. What is the bare minimum that makes for a great leader?
Is it being haughty, condescending or patronizing or something else?
Gautam Buddha got his enlightenment under the Bodhi (Fig) tree,
Gautam, Navneet got some on a Dentist’s* Chair and it came partly free.
It’s about my journey of life, the lessons along, some interesting few drab. Worry not, it’s not about ‘my life’ that my autobiography you must grab.
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