A great leader is an epitome of “confidence”

“A great leader does not only inspire us to have confidence in what they can do.A great leader inspires us to have confidence in what we can do.” Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book titled “Together is Better”

Why NOT to lose sight of a “WORTHY RIVAL”?

 In an infinite game having a WORTHY RIVAL is the most necessary pre-requisite to keep playing the game. The following are the most important reasons why a WORTHY RIVAL is needed: Worthy Rivals can help us get better at What we do Worthy Rivals can help us get clearer on Why we do it SafeguardsContinue reading “Why NOT to lose sight of a “WORTHY RIVAL”?”

How NAVY SEALS train leaders?

The highly skilled NAVY SEALS are interested in whether or not leaders can cross a water hazard or any other arbitrary obstacle. They are interested in training leaders who can create an environment in which everyone feels trusted and trusting so that they can work together to overcome any obstacle. Performance is technical competence whereasContinue reading “How NAVY SEALS train leaders?”

When leaders take short sighted decisions out of fear

The most anxiety inducing place is to be alone where we feel we have to protect ourselves from the people on our own team. Fear can push us to choose the best finite option at the risk of doing infinite damage. This inherent fear of saving ourselves entices many of the finite minded leaders toContinue reading “When leaders take short sighted decisions out of fear”

Why is it natural to put numbers before people?

For finite minded leaders the natural instinct is to put profits and numbers before people. This is because resources or profits fuel an organization’s growth and are tangible.There are various short cuts that can be adopted to report an improvement in profits and hence these short cuts are adopted by most leaders.Resource is tangible andContinue reading “Why is it natural to put numbers before people?”