Building next-gen leaders : What to commit and where to start?

Building next-gen leaders : What to commit and where to start?
Bimal Rath, Founder & Managing Director, Think Talent Services Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon, on effective channels and ways to create the next generation of leaders for successful organizations.

How is the concept of next-gen leadership evolving in the face of current business situations?

BR The nature of challenges for leaders is shifting significantly. The technological advances in almost every field, and the digital progress, is throwing up possibilities galore. Adoption of new ways of thinking and doing, adapting to the changing environment constantly, and dealing with constant flux are some of the challenges for leaders.

Customers will have many choices and the access to these choices creating abundance. The customers and employees at large will also have a much stronger voice, opinions and the means to quickly share them and create influence others. The key question for organizational leaders would be : “How and what value do I create which is fulfilling a customer/consumer need, and can lead to a sustainable model which takes care of all stakeholders – shareholders, customers and employees?” We are already seeing...

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Bimal Rath

Founder & MD at Think Talent, Gurugram. Prior to his consulting career, Bimal had deep corporate experience across different industries and geographies including the USA, Middle-East, Africa and APAC. His last corporate position was as the HR Director for Nokia Asia Pacific. He had previously held senior positions in Eicher, British Telecom and Tata Sons.
He is also associated with Center for Creative Leadership, USA as a executive coach, with Duke Corporate Education as an educator and also sits on the boards of several small to mid-size young entrepreneurial companies.

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Bimal Rath

Founder & MD at Think Talent, Gurugram. Prior to his consulting career, Bimal had deep corporate experience across different industries and geographies including the USA, Middle-East, Africa and APAC. His last corporate position was as the HR Director for Nokia Asia Pacific. He had previously held senior positions in Eicher, British Telecom and Tata Sons.
He is also associated with Center for Creative Leadership, USA as a executive coach, with Duke Corporate Education as an educator and also sits on the boards of several small to mid-size young entrepreneurial companies.

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