My views on leadership as I have seen it through years spent in industry and self-reflection.
Leadership Skills # 5 : Write First
Recently, I came across an article by Itzy Sabo about the importance of a “Think First Culture.” that laid empahsis on writing first. It resonated with me because whenever I meet someone professionally, I ask them to produce a document that can help me understand the context of our discussion or form an opinion. I… Continue reading
Leadership Skills # 4: Self Reflection Routines
Reflecting on your day-to-day experiences is an essential practice for personal growth. Although it can be challenging to realize the importance of this routine, it is powerful when you periodically capture information and review it on a weekly basis to see your progress. Continue reading
Leadership Skills # 3: Establishing Trust
Quick tips on establishing trust in your work environment. Continue reading
Leadership Skills # 2: Mind the Gap
Instant reactions to situations always yield a different kind of result. The width of the gap between stimulus and response is dependent on our conscious awareness of it. One needs to detach oneself from impulsive thoughts and poorly thought-out actions. It will be inevitable to avoid knee-jerk reactions but an honest reflection is more important. Continue reading
Leadership Skills # 1: Active Listening
The key to active listening is to convey a probing, clarifying, and shaping of thoughts. It is important to slow down and not act upon the information one already has, and to be honest with yourself. Continue reading
Leadership Insights Primer
Leadership insights primer to reflect and use in daily life at work. Continue reading
Book Review – Scarcity – True Cost Of Not Having Enough
If you read through various chapters of the books , the authors have brought out real life examples that will make you know more about scarcity and its impact. By constantly loading the mind with other processes, it leaves less “mind” for the task at hand Continue reading
Ashleigh Barty & Rafael Nadal #Respect
Australian Open-2022 has symbolized that game always wins ! Ever more it has led to creation of history in both women’s and men’s category of singles Continue reading
Reflecting Back On Choluteca Bridge!
I have personally never been to Honduras , but there is a bridge on Choluteca river ( or was ) by the name of Choluteca in Honduras , Central America which has caught lot of attention since last year as COVID started to rage wildly across the globe. The image shows a 484-metre-long bridge on… Continue reading
Leading Through Crisis – Shackleton Expedition & COVID
It has been six months since I changed my job and moved to Bangalore. Shifting in COVID times was itself a big planning task and then emotions of leaving city of dreams Mumbai ! We squeezed with family between two inter-state lock-downs and have been home confined since last one month ! It also has… Continue reading
Over 20 years of experience developing software to support multi-million dollar revenue scale and leading global engineering teams. Hands-on leadership in building and mentoring software engineering teams. I love History as a subject and also run regularly long distances to keep myself functional.