Book Review: “Design Your Thinking” by Dr. Pavan Soni

In “Design Your Thinking,” Dr. Pavan Soni offers a fresh perspective on disciplined thinking, rooted in the principles of design thinking. From tackling new product development to navigating everyday challenges like Bangalore traffic, this book provides practical insights illuminated by numerous real-world examples, many of which are drawn from the Indian context. The Central Idea
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Book Review – When Women Lead

In her debut book, “When Women Lead,” Julia Boorstin, formerly a reporter at CNBC, delves into the complex intersection of workplace discrimination and women’s leadership. Boorstin draws on personal experiences and interviews with women in business to illuminate the challenges they encounter and the transformative impact of their leadership. Through a combination of social experiments,
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What is Author Leadership?

The Ink and the Influence In the realm of literature, where words are wielded like scepters and stories shape the narrative landscape, authors emerge not just as wordsmiths but as leaders of imagination. Author leadership transcends the solitary act of writing; it is a tapestry woven with the threads of inspiration, creativity, and the ability
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Book Review: “Dare to Lead” by Brené Brown

Unleashing the Power of Courageous Leadership Brené Brown’s “Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.” is a beacon of inspiration and wisdom for leaders seeking to navigate the intricate landscapes of modern leadership. In this transformative book, Brown artfully merges her extensive research on vulnerability, courage, and empathy with actionable strategies that redefine
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