Organizational Psychology, Psychology

Obedience, Power and Leadership : The unholy Trinity

History has not been flattering to those who were eventually caught in a cross-fire of ethical judgement of others. Unfortunately, in most cases this ethical judgement came far too late, and thus mostly led to a cautionary narrative alone. Such is the story of obedience at workplace. Obedience is a form of social influence where… Continue reading Obedience, Power and Leadership : The unholy Trinity

Developmental Psychology, Performance Psychology, Psychology

Psychology Behind Effective Crisis Leadership

There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it's going to be a butterfly! (Buckminster Fuller) Since time began there have been major crises. Pandemics, flooding, famine, terrorist attacks – we cannot be certain when they will happen, only that they will.  During a crisis, cognitive overload looms; information is incomplete, interests and priorities… Continue reading Psychology Behind Effective Crisis Leadership

Organizational Psychology, Performance Psychology, Psychology

My Top 3 Leadership Lessons during Pandemic

The nCovid pandemic has been one of the longest running crises of recent times and in different ways, it has tested grit and leadership of everyone. I am an introverted person but an extroverted leader. While the typical traits of being an introvert conserve my energies, it is the extroversion in my leadership style that… Continue reading My Top 3 Leadership Lessons during Pandemic