Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

Learning every week – 7-Feb-2020

Snowfall over houses in Mississauga

It’s winter! Well, it’s winter from quite some time but I actually felt it this week with regular snow and white roofs and roads. I hope you’re keeping warm and bundled in. I’ll get to my learnings this week.

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Learning every week – 24-Jan-2020

Over the last couple of weeks, many have reached out and said that they read these posts. I started writing these posts for myself and I don’t intend to change that. All the same, I am very happy that many find some value in my own learnings and journey. I keep saying that there is enough we learn in a day to fill pages, but because we have many challenges on our attention, these things slip away. That is the reason I write every week–so that I can remember.

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Learning every week – 27-Dec-2019

Another week has gone and I am happy to continue to write here. My calendar-based organisation system is going well. At least, it’s better than I hoped. I am able to achieve closure on tasks and even gain some closure at the end of the day. Even if I don’t stick to my calendar schedule entirely, I still find I am able to balance my responsibilities and call it a day at the end of the day.

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Leadership Styles

Primal Leadership Book Cover

I am reading a book called “Primal Leadership” and just completed the chapter on Leadership Repertoire. This chapter talks about four broad styles of leadership which are resonant in nature (and two more which are not resonant). Resonance here means that the people are in sync with the leader. Reading about these six styles, some examples, and what these styles look like made me think of managers and leaders in my own life.

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