Resource Library

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Leadership Perspective:
The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek
A marketer-turned-leadership consultant, famous for his TedX Talks, Simon Sinek, has been transforming individuals, leaders and organizations with his ideas since 2009. Author of several books, aimed at transforming mindsets, has published yet another powerful book which will change the way in which leaders conduct…..
Book Review
Leadership Made Simple, Not Easy
In his book, Touching People’s Lives (SHRM Books, 2017), Michael Losey, past CEO and President of SHRM, describes leadership as the ability to influence others to work together towards achieving a specific vision or goal. Leadership skills, abilities and diversified experiences are required to…
The Power of Emotional Intelligence
Dr. Travis Bradberry
In this TedTalk, Dr. Bradberry, coauthor of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and the cofounder of TalentSmartÒ¾ the world’s leading provider of emotional intelligence tests and training serving more than 75% of Fortune 500 companies, answers some frequently asked questions related to Emotional Intelligence (EQ)…..
4 Tips for Developing Your
Personal Leadership Style
Developing a personal brand as a leader is a journey which spans throughout one’s career and stepping into a management role does not mean losing one’s authenticity, rather it means that a different approach is required. There is no fixed approach or method of developing a leadership style; however, this article by Emily Ostermeyer, published for Harvard Business School Online (2019), provides some tips for…..
The Focused
Attention is the basis of one of the most essential leadership skills, i.e., emotional Intelligence. Research in neuroscience explains that humans can focus in different ways depending on the purpose; attention, can thus be categorized as focusing on yourself, focusing on others, and focusing on the wider world. Focusing on self and towards others, form the basis of emotional intelligence while focusing on the wider world can improve…..
Learning Leadership Skills
from Famous Leaders
Leadership skills can be learnt through personal experiences, past mistakes or form observing and studying leaders around us. All great leaders throughout history share certain common skills and competencies which helped them lead great movements and bring about change with innovative ideas.  Learning from their examples, we too can cultivate these leadership capabilities within ourselves…..
Daniel Goleman – a leading authority on emotional intelligence has identified 06 distinct leadership styles. In his article “Leadership that gets results” for Harvard Business Review (2000), he reported that based on a research conducted by consulting firm Hay/Mcber, which studied the leadership styles of 3,871 executives worldwide, leaders can be classified as having the following…..
In today’s fast paced business environment, leaders understand the need for organizations to become more innovative. This understanding comes with the realization that command and control leadership has to be replaced by delegating power and allocating resources to the lower ranks in the organizational hierarchy.  No specific leadership style or approach…..