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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

No Giraffes At The Traffic Light

Prakash Iyer

No one really needs you to prove that as a leader you are in control of everything... It’s OK

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Do Something Selfish. Help Someone!

Prakash Iyer

Guess what? My world is a much better place now. Maybe that’s how we were always meant to live. To help each other

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Lessons From The Ping-pong Table

Prakash Iyer

Who are those almost forgotten folks without whom your life wouldn’t be the same?

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Eleven Best Vs Best 11

Prakash Iyer

Do people enjoy working together — or do they merely tolerate each other?

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What The Captain Told Me

Prakash Iyer

In our frenzied dash to the finish line, there seems to be little time for... patience

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PI Talkies: The Heart Counts, Not Head

Prakash Iyer

The time to look at improving employee engagement is not when you need employees to show they care for the company, but when they need you to show that the company cares for them

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Leadership: How To Select A Coach

Prakash Iyer

Selecting the right coach is at the heart of a successful coaching engagement. Choose with care. You have a coachee to take care of. And a coach too. And remember, you may not have the luxury of a decision review system!

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Five Tips To Nail Your Next Town Hall Speech

Prakash Iyer

Here are few tips to help you nail your next town hall address - notwithstanding whether you are the head of a small team or the leader of a large organisation. Or even the leader of a country! Go for it!

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Have A Plan B? Junk It!

Prakash Iyer

We cling on to our escape routes, and our plan B's - because we treasure the safety of retreat to the risks of progress and the challenge of achievement

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Leadership Lessons From A Coffee Break!

Prakash Iyer

Something interesting happened on Tuesday, the 26th of February, 2008. All Starbucks cafes across America were closed that evening. It was termed the most expensive coffee break in corporate history

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