016: Lessons From The Leader’s Leader | Graham Allison & Robert D. Blackwill | Lee Kuan Yew – The Grand Master’s Insights on China, the United States, and the World

By Maya Mathias | Statesmen

Mr Lee went through the crucible of struggle to forge a nation. And we all get to feast on his vision.  As a global citizen, I don’t often wax lyrical about my homeland of Singapore. All that changed when our first post-colonial Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew died on March 23 2015. He was […]

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015: In Conversation With William Ury

By Maya Mathias | Academics

The path to inclusion begins with a single step.  And a deeply listening ear. I recently sat down with William Ury to explore his life’s work, his philosophy on the world around him, and the deeper soul yearning that keeps his books fresh and relevant to him and his millions of readers. Yes, I said […]

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012: How To Co-Design New Futures | Atul Gawande | ‘Being Mortal: Medicine And What Matters In The End’

By Maya Mathias | Academics

New leadership & innovation approaches, courtesy of the clinician. I decided to do back-to-back episodes featuring the book ‘Being Mortal’ (check out my last episode here) because Atul Gawande writes about a TON of themes and ideas worth exploring. As much as we may enjoy moaning about the medical & healthcare industry (even or especially […]

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