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Simon Sinek's Advice to Leaders: Check In. And Truly Listen.

The biggest mistake that leaders make is that they think they need to have all the answers,' says the popular author and business coach.

Even in tough times, Simon Sinek is an optimist.

"Optimism is not a denial of the current state, it's a belief that the future is bright," the business coach and best-selling author of Start With Why (2009), Leaders Eat Last (2014), and The Infinite Game (2019) told Inc.com managing editor Lindsay Blakely in a Real Talk: Business Reboot virtual event Thursday. "I do fundamentally believe we will be better off because of this, not in spite of it."

During the hourlong conversation, Sinek explained how crisis is the "great revealer" and reaching out to employees is essential for leaders, as is listening and not always having all the answers.

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Byju’s: Billionaire Yuri Milner all set to invest $400 million in Indian education startup

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India and geopolitics of TikTok

Although total digital decoupling between US and China might take a long time, if it happens at all, new rules are emerging to define terms of engagement

ICICI, Yes Bank ask BharatPe to stop taking deposits in their names

Private lenders ICICI Bank and Yes Bank have asked homegrown payments startup BharatPe to stop using their names to collect deposits.

Moviegoers may come back to cinema halls sooner than expected: BookMyShow Co-founder

Ashish Hemrajani, Co-founder of BookMyShow, is confident that the entertainment industry will weather the coronavirus crisis and come back strong.

How Covid-19 Will Affect Impact Investing In India

Geeta Goel, country director, India, of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, talks about the need for responsible capitalism

Over regulation of payment entities will create greater distress in India’s fintech sector

The regulation imposes compliance costs on firms, sapping resources otherwise available for productive activities, such as innovation, or raising entry barriers, thus reducing competition and incentives for innovation.

India: Cognizant bets on M As to expand digital business

It has made five digital-based acquisitions so far this year, all of which are primarily in the cloud-computing space.

Internet shutdowns, pandemic have cost Kashmir Rs 40,000 cr, 5 lakh jobs, says industry head

Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Sheikh Ashiq Ahmad said the 2G internet currently available in the region is not enough for many businesses.

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