Leaders are often quite consciously aware that in trying to give expression to their personalities, they are attempting to define the identity of their own people. In varying degrees, they try to embody the essential spirit of their personality in their work culture. This little post is to highlight that personality and leadership conflict. The personality problem of leadership is quite complicated. Leaders who like … Continue reading The leadership debate
The sirens screamed and so did the night. Vehicles torched, burned and dusted. Thousands marched on to the street to commemorate the 200 year old tinge of a historical affair on the eve of a new year. Yes, that was a sight of the Koregaon- Bhima (Maharashtra) violence between the pride of the Marathas “Ek Maratha, lakh Maratha” and the Dalit uprising that has been … Continue reading What led to Koregaon violence?
A report by Oxfam reads that the 8 richest people in the world owned approximately 50% of the world’s wealth. Its report “An Economy for the 99%” states that “New estimates show that just eight men own the same wealth as the poorest half of the world. As growth benefits the richest, the rest of society – especially the poorest – suffers. The very design … Continue reading Eight richest people in the world own fifty percent of the world wealth
Literacy is defined as acquiring the ability to read, write and understand. It is entirely concerned with the art of reading and writing. Whereas education is defined as the systematic process of facilitating learning, receiving, experiencing and/or of acquiring knowledge, skills, values and beliefs to impart instructions and provide an overall development. Continue reading What is the difference between literacy and education?