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Indian business and education leaders at 'Strings', 2012, an annual kite show by Worlds of Wonder in association with shOObh Welfare Society (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

From Charisma to Autonomy: How India’s Generations Rate Leadership Qualities

Idea posted: February 2015
  • Leadership & Change
  • Marketing

What do the different generations in India expect from their leaders? Charisma, being team-oriented, seeking participation and inclusion, and treating subordinates with humanity are particularly prized, according to a recent cross-generational survey. Of less importance are the old stand-bys of yesterday’s leaders: autonomy and a strict adherence to hierarchy.

Idea #490
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Untersuchungen am Mikroskop im Labor, 1952, Deutsche Fotothek (Source: Wikimedia)

Building Trust to Retain Female Employees

Idea posted: February 2013
  • Strategy
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

There is a key issue that organizations must tackle in order to retain female employees: trust. Evidence shows that women are more sensitive to and more aware of - both trust and distrust. In order to retain female talent, leaders must build trust between themselves and their employees, and there are specific behaviours and strategies that can help them do that.

Idea #012
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