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Constructive dissonance essential for better neeti

Aberrant judgements occur often in institutions where constructive dissonance is absent

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R Gopalakrishnan 



R Gopalakrishnan

The image is pervasive that a successful leader should have receding eyes, square jaws, a firm gait, and the panache of a Roman emperor. The likelihood is that the future leader will listen, show empathy, and not hide natural vulnerability. (https://hbswk.hbs.edu­/item­/what­-companies-want-most-in-a-ceo-a-good-listener).

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First Published: Mon, November 29 2021. 00:46 IST

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