Monday, 5 December, 2022
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Topic: Leadership

Is your manager micromanaging? Then, agile corporate leadership will fail

An agile leader believes that solutions evolve on a real-time basis and that the solutions of the past may not be the solutions of today as they need to change along with the times.

Having uncertainty crisis as a leader? These 3 skills can help you, LinkedIn data say

LinkedIn surveyed over 2,900 executives to see how they're approaching this period of uncertainty, given the pressure to boost productivity while delivering returns.

Nearly 76% women in social sector believe networking will help leadership ambition, survey finds

The survey also found the predominance of women in ‘program specific’ roles which lowers their possibility of getting management roles – a critical requirement for advancing into senior leadership posts.

A Harvard project asked Devi Shetty and Nandan Nilekani how Indian innovation works

In ‘Leadership to Last’, the Creating Emerging Markets project interviewed iconic leaders from India like Ratan Tata, Adi Godrej, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Rahul Bajaj on how to create long-lasting impact.

Political leadership today lacks a critical element — empathy

Campus Voice is an initiative by ThePrint where young Indians get an opportunity to express their opinions on a prevalent issue.

SubscriberWrites: India’s ‘system’ has failed but illusion of leadership lingers

Sarvesh Pawshe says that in these despairing times, it is difficult to understand who really is at fault.

Coronavirus is a stress test many world leaders are failing

Though just one factor, leadership is a significant tell when it comes to the huge variations in the impact Covid-19 has had in different countries.

Why ‘family elder’ Modi, and not aggressive Amit Shah, is govt’s face in Covid-19 fight

Covid-19 pandemic is a crisis in which the government must reach out and bring everyone together. Amit Shah's combative image might not work.

Why we must talk about the mental health of political leaders

Leaders like Donald Trump with personality disorders may be incapable of putting the interests of the country ahead of their own personal interests.

Listening for Well-Being: Leadership through moral teachings

The book is part leadership textbook and part musings of an old man with experience in management and government giving lessons on listening. There is...

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PM Modi pays tribute to Dr Rajendra Prasad on his birth anniversary

What explains Modi’s silence as states fight on, relations with Centre worsen

Whether it's Karnataka-Maharahstra or Assam-Meghalaya, Modi govt's reluctance to get dragged into border disputes is self-defeating.
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Rupee to hover near weaker side of 81/dollar, bond yields await RBI’s monetary policy decision

The rupee ended last week at 81.3175 per dollar but underperformed its Asian peers due to strong demand for the greenback from corporates.

Defence

Russian President Vladimir Putin with Chinese President Xi Jinping. (Photo Credit - Reuters)

In western arms sanctions on Russia, China’s arms industry could stand to gain

The arms export embargoes on Moscow could create an opportunity for Beijing to supply arms to countries like Myanmar, which are heavily dependent on Russian arms.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

Gujarat election is anything but dull. BJP’s political neurosis about AAP is the hidden headline

Gujarat is the only state where Modi is directly in contention. Even if he wins, the team that runs him closest has much to gain.