The cover theme of the September issue is ‘resonant leadership’. Experts—Richard E Boyatzis, professor at Case Western Reserve University and Adam Mendler, CEO, The Veloz Groupd describe the traits of a resonant leader and what makes resonant leadership so effective.
Rasmus Hougaard, founder and Managing Director, Potential Project presents and alternative, form of leadership—MSC leadership, which entails mindfulness, selflessness, and compassion as key drivers of positive transformation in the organisation. Marcus Cauchi And David Davies, Sandler Training decode the intricacies of channel sales partnership.
Abhishek Goel, Associate Professor, IIM, Calcutta puts forth his thoughts on how to keep a multicultural team engaged. Dr. Debashish Sengupta, Professor, Alliance University and an author presents an extensive case study on how an Indian insurance giant responded to the contextual changes in the sector, creating value for all its stakeholders.
Deepak Bajaj is founder, Multipliers and an author, talks about the potential network marketing holds for entrepreneurs in India. Anuj Prasad, founder and CEO, Desmania talks about the strategic imperative that design thinking has emerged to be for effective leadership.
Roshan L Joseph, Managing Partner, B-More Consulting explains why team building is as important as achieving targets is for sales managers. Dr SmitaDabholkar Singh, Associate Professor, Institute of Management Technology, Nagpur explains through two cases what goes wrong with employee training programs and how managers and employees should utilise them to their advantage.
Vijay Govindarajan Professor, Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business and Ravi Ramamurti, Professor, Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business and Director, Center for Emerging Markets focus on the Indian healthcare sector and what could be done to improve it. Krisha Mathur, Institute For Transformative Technologies too talks about the policy initiatives that are required for the progress of this sector.
Girish Mainrai, Chief Manager, Bank of India, through the example of a case study, opines on what managers need to do in order to choose the right candidate while using interview as a method for selection. Dr V V Ravi Kumar and Aarzoo Dashti, Symbiosis Institute Of Business Management take us through the world of brand logos, how they have evolved, and the role they play in establishing perception.
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