Tag Archives: India

Varanasi – India

Originally posted on Landscapes and Faces:
Sometimes leadership is visual, is viral, is about telling a truth in a heart soundbyte. In this way, we can all find a moment for a breath of hope, inspiration and awakening. The next breath, what we say or do — that’s up to us…. Landscapes and Faces View original post

India’s Flood Tragedy: Man-made Disaster? Leadership in Crisis

Asian News correspondent Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay reports that the ongoing crisis in Uttarakhand, the northern Indian state that bore the brunt of the recent monsoon tragedy, has been overdeveloped and under-planned. He asks, “Natural disaster, or man-made tragedy?” Read his article here. His summary of the crisis: “Newspapers and magazines have been packed with reports and […]

India’s Failure In Disaster Recovery Management

Originally posted on Sonia Jaspal's RiskBoard:
Floods in North India have left over 70,000 people stranded and 550 dead. Loss to property will run in billions. The on-going rescue efforts are yielding results but very slowly. ┬áThe uncoordinated recovery response and efforts indicate lack of disaster management capabilities of the state. India as a…

The “E” in Leadership: Engage Fully

None of us can get meaningful work done if we don’t connect. But burnout claims us all at a certain point, and sometimes engaging fully in any real conversation just feels too complicated. To followers, it might seem we do it on purpose… but the reality is that no leader in his right mind wants […]