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Are We In The Age Of Global Aviation Reformation?

Statisticians say, Aviation industry will not return to normal operations and demands level until 2022. Current global trends, on the other hand, seem to point towards a new, advanced normal. Evolution appears inevitable.

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Leading With Empathy

Lack of Empathy in leadership unhinges the leader from the people he leads. On the other hand, when leaders embrace empathy as a core virtue, the results are dramatic, be that in politics or business.

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10 Must Have Skills: Lessons From An Orchestra Conductor To The Digital leader

Here is the mapping of ten digital leadership skills with the skills of an Orchestra Conductor. The orchestra conductor skills has been taken from American Orchestras: Traits and skills of a music director. Your platforms are the instruments, your tech experts, your service agencies, your team members are your musicians.

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Brand Leadership For An Anxious World: Building A Manifesto

We look forward to your collaboration on the Brand Leadership Manifesto for an Anxious World and look forward to helping your organisation navigate towards the horizon of resilience and hope.

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Leadership In Crisis

Everyone facing a crisis is looking for some hope that can keep them motivated. A crisis situation provides an opportunity for the Leader to communicate a shared vision for the future that can help unite people towards a common goal.

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How To Choose A Great Leader: The DNA Conundrum

While we were to understand that DNA is behind everything- do we really understand people’s DNA?

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Desi Global “Out-Shiners”

Strong personalities with an indomitable winning spirit, they inspire their teams. Hardships, make them truly empathetic leaders, and kinder bosses, loved by their loyal staff.

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Leadership: The Bicycle Shed Effect

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 In Times Of COVID

It is only in a crisis that the leadership counts. During ordinary times, processes run things.

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Indian Smart Cities Covid-Ready And Changing Paradigm Shift In Governance: Dr. Rashmi Singh

Dr. Rashmi Singh IAS, Additional Commissioner, North Delhi Municipal Corporation in a one-on-one conversation with Dr. Annurag Batra, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief, BW Businessworld & exchange4media Group.

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Leadership After Coronavirus: Explorers Show the Way in Healthcare

Coronavirus will change the complexion of all industries and many new opportunities will appear, weak signals of which are already being received.

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General J. J. Singh Warns Of A ‘New Era, Where Global Order Will Be Shaken, As Will World Equations’

Leaders reach out to help those they lead in times of turbulence, points out former Chief of Army Staff, General J.J. Singh. Addressing the BW Businessworld Dialogue on Leadership, the general emphasised the need to set aside differences and put up a united front to combat the crisis that now grips the world

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Succeeding In A Chaotic Environment

This column endeavours to highlight some facets of leadership that may help organisations in these challenging times.

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Your Next MD Will Be From HR!

Sure Industry 4.0 will throw up many uncertainties but those in the HR function must know -Your time for that leadership role has come. And your time starts now….

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Leadership in Torturous Times

Invincible leaders are nurtured during tough times. History is replete with examples where, in times of crisis, leaders have distinguished themselves with a ‘never-say-die’ attitude. This crisis too will throw up names of people, who despite the heavy headwinds, remained wedded to the national goals and demonstrated exceptional leadership competencies.

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