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Monday, 18th December 2017
 

ATUL'S WISDOM BLOG

We are living in revolutionary times when ethics and diversity are rarely far from the news. I want to help leaders transform their understanding of equality and see it not as an 'us and them' issue, but one which is about 'us and us'. On this blog you will find topical commentary on some of our pressing leadership and culture change dilemmas, and practical ideas of embracing the richness of difference. I am grateful for your comments which are being shared with the whole world - dialogue is one of the best ways of building bridges and breaking walls. Welcome.

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Oct
19
2014
WOMEN KEEP ON RISING
Leadership, Diversity, Boardroom, Women 0 Comments
Review of 7 Traits of Highly Successful Women on Boards by Dr. Yvonne Thompson CBE Leaders are born, not made. Leaders are made, not born. Leaders are made and born. I would say all of this has so...
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Jun
09
2014
GUEST BLOG: DR. AIDAN RANKIN
Cultural Intelligence, Diversity, Politics 0 Comments
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Jun
09
2014
GUEST BLOG: DR. PRAKASH SHAH
Diversity, Caste 0 Comments
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Jul
31
2013
AN OCEAN OF WISDOM
Ethics, Values, Diversity, Brahma Kumaris 0 Comments
A HUGE PRACTICAL RESOURCE FOR INNER TRANSFORMATION Book Review: LIVING OUR VALUES - An 'inside-out' approach to change your world for the better - Brahma Kumaris One of my favourite global organi...
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Feb
11
2013
TAKE YOUR CULTURE TO WORK
Equality, Human Resources, Diversity, Culture, Work, Inclusion 0 Comments
Dr. Atul Shah, outside the stunning Jain temple at Oshwal Centre, London 90 per cent of an iceberg is invisible it is under the water. Yet this is its core, its strength and vitality. The same ap...
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