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Prakash Iyer

Iyer is an author, speaker and leadership coach , and former MD of Kimberly Clark Lever

Latest Articles By Prakash Iyer

The Bridge on the River Choluteca

Prakash Iyer

You might want to add a picture of the Choluteca Bridge to the paintings that adorn the walls of your office. To remind you to build a business and a career that can adapt to change.

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Switch Off Switch On!

Prakash Iyer

Those non-stop Zoom calls and Teams meetings can actually drain us. And impact our ability to think hard – when we need it.

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Hanlon’s Razor

Prakash Iyer

You tell yourself it was an oversight, an unintended mistake. And it is not that the person – or the world – is conspiring against you. If you think of it that way, it doesn’t upset you.

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The Virtue of Kindness

Prakash Iyer

Giving a little can bring us all more joy than what we may experience with having a lot.

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The Bicycle Shed Effect

Prakash Iyer

The bicycle shed effect also refers to our irresistible urge to spend time debating silly little details – rather than the issue itself

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Leadership: The Bicycle Shed Effect

Prakash Iyer

The bicycle shed effect also refers to our irresistible urge to spend time debating silly little details – rather than the issue itself

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Beware The Cobra Effect

Prakash Iyer

The cobras have all gone from our streets now, but the Cobra effect continues to make its presence felt in our decision-making.

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Of Chesterton’s Fence & Change .

Prakash Iyer

Change is good no doubt. But reckless change can sometimes cause more harm than good. If it’s not thought through, reform can turn into deform.

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The Key That Didn’t Work

Prakash Iyer

Often, when things go wrong, we have an immediate hypothesis of what may have caused it. And we are convinced we know what the problem is

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U Before C .

Prakash Iyer

When you are sure you are right and someone else is wrong, try and understand them before attempting to convince them.

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