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Leading Remotely in Uncertainity

In these surreal times, there is a tendency for us to seek some certainty and clarity when the only truth is uncertainty, ambiguity and volatility. But understanding the risks and threats on the horizon, and yet remain optimistic and hopeful, is the ask of every leader today. How do you lead in these times, how can you motivate your teams remotely, and how can you be as prepared as possible for different eventualities in this unprecedented situation? There is an overload of information that pulls us in different directions - from complacency to overreaction, from calm to paranoia, and understandably so. This session covers how we could develop perspectives, maintain the morale of our teams and prepare them for the challenges of the future. 

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Leadership at 26000 Feet

This inspiring and flagship session is designed to share a perspective on Leadership that is different from how it is seen from corporate board rooms and offices. The session is based on the combat leadership skills demonstrated by the leaders of the Indian Armed Forces as they lead troops into some of the most difficult military operations, under daunting circumstances. During the session, the participants are taken on a journey through the eyes of a combat leader. The experience is interactive and motivating, leaving participants with key answers to questions including the age-old statement. Why leadership is a trait that can be learnt and not born with! 

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The Story Telling Leader

“Those who tell the stories rule the world” - Plato


The Art of Story Telling is an intense workshop designed to equip leaders with a skill powerful enough to captivate and move organisations & nations to achieve the impossible. Learn the foundational elements of developing engaging stories and the required communication techniques to deliver a thought or an idea when the situation demands.


The pedagogy of this workshop is such that the audience understands the concept, correlates it to their own lives and they are able to start implementing it back in the workforce immediately.

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Leading in a VUCA World

Chaos is the new normal. In today’s world environment, rules change mid-game, as do the players and the stakes. We are living in a VUCA world - Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous.

In this power-packed session, drawing on his own experiences, Raghu explains the first principles and the key skills needed to thrive in a VUCA World. He explains the four key traits that teams need to be able to operate successfully in a VUCA environment. The session highlights how great leaders not only embrace chaos but actually leverage it.

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Creating High Performance Teams

Uniquely tailored for CEOs and senior leadership teams, this interactive and dynamic workshop provides step-by-step instructions in identifying organizational challenges as well as an opportunity to apply the necessary tools for achieving extraordinary goals. Designed for leaders who realise that strategy only works when implemented well, this workshop equips participants with immediate next steps for generating constructive team engagement from the top-down.

Leveraging his background and his experience from combat situations, corporate life and the government, Raghu guides participants through a series of exercises that explore team elements such as creativity, shared purpose, environment and creating a psychologically safe environment

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Understanding India

While many sessions and books address the economic, historical and statistical aspects of India, Raghu deals with the subject in an unconventional manner. He draws upon his experience of India through the prism of the Indian Army, the largest mosaic of heterogeneous India, explaining the traits and the character of various regions and people. Raghu’s session is customized to suit the client's needs and gets to the heart of important questions that will shape anyone’s experience in India including: Why are Indians the way they are? Why are nuances such as hierarchy, consensus, deliberation etc. so important in the Indian context? Why do different parts of India need different management approaches? 

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