Leadership practice is commonsensical. But for many of us this lesson is forgotten as easily as it sounds simple. What we need are two critical elements – the 2 D’s. The DETERMINATION to do what needs to be done and the DISCIPLINE to actually doing it. Once we make this a part of our daily lives, leadership success will be just around the corner.
A development activist, public policy advocate, social innovator and leadership trainer
“Development has been a buzzword in the past few years which has been used and abused to shape the political and economic dimensions of entire nations. It is projected as a broad purpose and justification of all activities, often without answering the questions of whose development and how. Three decades of being a development practitioner while also wearing the hats of an academician, leadership consultant or policy advocate at times has not been enough for me to arrive at a definitive definition of development. The experience has certainly helped me evolve my understanding of development and the fact that it