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Case Study: A Coach Or A Manager

“Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option” — Mark Twain

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Case Analysis: Behavioural Codes

Given the ‘perform or perish’ culture that exist in many industry verticals, the organisation culture more often than not, reflects business reality

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Case Analysis: Dig Deep, Learn Big

It is important for the coach and the captain to present a united front before the team as well as the public

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Mind The Gap

“The art of communication is the language of leadership” — James Humes, author and former presidential speechwriter

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A Case For Dharma

Madhav’s dharma is to ensure his choices are not inimical to basic ethics

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We Are Part Of The Environment

Madhav needs to consciously make efforts to bring the relevant gunas to the fore in his behaviour

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Case Study: Leading The Mind

“When we avoid the responsibility for our own behaviour, we do so by attempting to give that responsibility to some other individual or organisation... We then give away our power to that entity” — M. Scott Peck, American psychiatrist

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Case Analysis: Do Not Prejudge

To make selection decisions on the basis of 360-degree feedback would be inappropriate

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Case Analysis: Dramatic Change

Does Shamsher expect Madhav to change through a few sessions of coaching?

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Case Analysis: Discernment Is Crucial

Madhav will need greater depth of intervention for every right step he takes

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Case Study: That's My Logo You Changed

“Our dilemma is that we hate change and love it at the same time; what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better” — Sydney J. Harris

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Case Analysis: Cart Before Horse

Farm-o-maid is a classic case of acquiring a business and rushing to change the first thing you could change most easily. You acquire a business and have a vision to make it bigger and better

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Case Analysis: Fixing The Logo? Think Again

A consistent brand should instill confidence rather than engender confusion. Consistency protects your investment, your winning formula, your message, your reputation, your equity

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