The Creative Leadership Seminars (CLS) are a set of conversations where experts, authors, and changemakers share their immersive insights on topics related to creativity and leadership. It emerges from the need for each of us to take responsibility for the world we live in. Taking responsibility means manifesting something new - something that requires incredible creative energy. When that energy is channelled to produce better outcomes for society, we call that leadership.
We are joined by Amish Tripathi and Bhavna Roy. Together they have recently published 'Decoding Dharma' - an exploration of how to do meaningful and effective work. Amish currently holds the position as Director of the Nehru Centre (UK) and is India's bestselling author of all time, well known for his Shiva Trilogy and Ramchandra Series. His masterful combination of storytelling, history and philosophy has captured the hearts and minds of millions of readers. Together with Bhavna, Decoding Dharma stands out as a non-fiction book tailored to exploring India's greatest gift to the world - the notion of Dharma.
In this live Q&A, we'll explore:
"What does it mean to do meaningful work and lead a meaningful life?"
"How can Dharma inform leadership?"
This event is being hosted by Tattva and sponsored by Maiora International.