Monday, 16 May, 2022

Topic: Leadership

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...

Smirks that speak and a doctor with no prescription

Congress has a Very Angry Young Man, BJP has too many angry old men.

Self-opposition party

The BJP’s entire politics today seems predicated upon the inevitability of the Congress party’s self-destruction.

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Bad timing could hamper LIC IPO

Most early public enterprise IPOs have been trading 75% below their original price, small investors concerned.


Representational image of army personnel in Ladakh | ANI

India ‘doesn’t foresee’ border fighting with China, but ‘won’t back down’ if tensions reignite

Aim is to ensure not just disengagement of troops, but overall de-escalation. Govt in favour of solving tensions through talks as it wants peace with all neighbours including China.

How Congress is like the Ambassador & why Indian politics needs a brand new set of wheels

Like the car, nothing the party has done to reinvent itself has worked. Only way forward is to offer something looking towards the future, not in image of glorious past.