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Case Study: Managing The ‘Manager’ Brand

“Great leaders are willing to sacrifice the numbers to save people; Poor leaders sacrifice the people to save the numbers” — Simon Sinek, British/American author and marketing consultant

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Case Analysis: Baby And Bathwater

It’s not the language. It is the context. It’s the tone. And it is the way you use it to create comfort, bonhomie and teamwork

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Case Analysis: The Malady Of Abusers

When abusive leaders of this kind take over, they unconsciously legitimise toxicity

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Case Analysis: A Wrecking Ball

Leadership traits are indeed “infectious” and the Malhars and Taarikas look to the “signals” on attitude and behaviour that the top exudes

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HR: Fuelling Business

“Trouble results when the speed of growth exceeds the speed of nurturing human resources. To use the analogy of growth rings in a tree, when unusually rapid growth caused the rings to grow abnormally thick, the tree trunk weakens and is easily broken” — Akiyo Toyoda, President Toyota Motor Corporation

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Case Analysis: The Startup DNA

The culture of the company, if not defined by the leaders, will define itself

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Case Study: An Order Gone Wrong

“Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning” — Bill Gates

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Case Analysis: Detail & Quality

The quest for quality, especially in the food business is a funny thing

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Case Analysis: Focus On Fresh

Startups always hire fewer staff or staff that is not qualified as they want to keep their salaries low

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Case Study: A Culture Of Punishment

“Crime? What crime? ...My killing a loathsome, harmful louse, a filthy old moneylender woman ... and you call that a crime?” — Fyodor Dostoyevsky in Crime & Punishment

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Case Analysis: Lead From The Front

When we decide on an action, we should blank out the name of the employee

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Case Analysis: Prey Or Produce?

During a crisis, it is important for the leaders to send clear messages to all, else the atmosphere will be vitiated

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