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Being a Changemaker | Building a Principled World
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Hitendra Wadhwa is a Professor at Columbia Business School and the Founder of the Mentora Institute. His simple yet profound insight that success in life and leadership originates from within has led to the training and transformation of thousands of executives worldwide.meet hitendra
Professor Wadhwa has an unlikely message for the high-flying world of finance and business. His lessons are about how to become a master of yourself before trying to be a master of the universe.BBC World Service
Based on 15 years of research at Columbia Business School, Hitendra has compiled his learnings on creating a fulfilling and successful life in his very first book: Inner Mastery, Outer Impact. This book teaches you how to activate your Inner Core and live and lead with Purpose, Wisdom, Growth, Love, and Self-Realization.More About The Book
Hitendra's Intersections podcast seeks to dissolve boundaries — between science and spirituality, profit and purpose, East and West, inner and outer, work and home — so we can realize our full potential in life and leadership.
Along with leading researchers and pioneers in their field — Richard Davidson, Apolo Ohno, Angela Duckworth, Mick Ebeling, Hilaree Nelson, Arthur Brooks — Hitendra strives to bring a mathematician's rigor and a truth-seeker's spirit to some of today's most vexing questions about authenticity, success, leadership and human potential.
Join him in exploring how to cultivate inner mastery for outer impact on YouTube or listen to the podcast on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts below.
Learn to pursue leadership as a set of small, integrated steps, with each step becoming a big leap in expanding your behavioral repertoire.
According to Hitendra, the reason these traditional training methods don’t work is that D&I training is unlike any other type of training in the workplace . . .
In order to design effective and sustainable soft-skill trainings, with results that truly stick, we need to fundamentally change what we teach and how we teach.
The anatomy of great leadership is not about mastering predetermined behaviors, but building resonance in a team by taking people to their Inner Core.
Hitendra Wadhwa is the founder of the Mentora Institute, an organization that is creating a new model of leadership for the 21st century that is agile, authentic, and attainable to help executives achieve ever-growing Outer Impact through ever-deepening Inner Mastery.
Learn more about how leaders can achieve an ever-growing Outer Impact with the Mentora Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to developing leaders at all levels who are committed to building a principled world by cultivating inner change in themselves and others.Visit the Mentora Foundation
Mentora Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to developing a global fellowship of changemakers who are committed to building a principled world by strengthening the moral, mental and social fibers in their families, organizations, communities and nations - beginning with their own self.Visit the Mentora Foundation