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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

Zippers And The Illusion Of Knowledge

Prakash Iyer

A good sign of mastery is the ability to make complex things simple. And a sure sign of half-baked knowledge is the tendency to use big words and jargon, and make things look complicated

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The Stereotypes In Our Heads

Prakash Iyer

Good idea for you too to challenge your long-held beliefs. Break the stereotypes inside your head. The reality might surprise you. Get ready to be surprised.

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PI Talkies: The 24/48 Rule

Prakash Iyer

The 24/48 rule plays out across organisations, across spheres. Take cricket for instance. Think of 24 as the dressing room, maybe the nets

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When You Don’t Know!

Prakash Iyer

A good way to avoid the effect is to have a learning mindset. Keep learning. Get comfortable with saying “I don’t know”. Be willing to acknowledge you may be wrong. Being open to feedback can help too. Ask for feedback

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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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