New insights, research and resources for the inspired organization

Excerpt from Dr. Wadhwa’s book, Inner Mastery, Outer Impact.

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Financial Times

The anatomy of great leadership is not about mastering predetermined behaviors, but building resonance in a team by taking people to their Inner Core.

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Fast Company

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.

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Fast Company

Soft skills, like hard skills, take practice. Learn how to elevate performance by teaching your team to lead with vulnerability, empathy, and trust.

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Fast Company

Most soft-skills training occurs in short bursts, leaving people feeling inspired but little else. This lesson plan aims to turn inspiration into habits.

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Harvard Business Review Online

Leadership has traditionally been taught as a set of larger actions, but in reality, it is an integrated activity in which one is doing many things simultaneously. This article by Mentora’s Founder, Hitendra Wadhwa, shows us how each of these small steps can become a big leap in expanding your behavioral repertoire.

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Fast Company

It’s natural during conflicts to feel you have to prove that you’re right, but this only escalates things. One party may give in, but it will be at the expense of wasted time, energy and morale. However, a surprising thing happens when you take an alternate approach.

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Fast Company

We live in a world where education and training are getting increasingly automated in a quest for convenience. But what are we losing as automation takes over? In a new article in Fast Company, Mentora’s Senior Director of Research, Josh Davis, reveals four steps from the science of learning in which human touch remains necessary to yield better L&D results and value over time.

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As organizations adapt and transform, employees are expected to stay agile and resilient, but many are finding it difficult to manage. In this webinar, we look at scientifically-proven strategies that can help you and your team thrive even in uncertain times.

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Many organizational leaders recognize that well-being was a challenge in the pandemic and will be in the post-pandemic world. In this webinar, we discussed how we can define and approach leadership in the right way, and how every employee can take up the mantle of leadership and help improve both their own and others’ well-being.

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Social sciences – like psychology and sociology – have traditionally focused on understanding who we are, rather than who we can be. Our research into the science of human nature and great leaders from history has identified three shifts you can shine in today’s arena by realizing a powerful new path to leadership mastery.

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In recent times, we’ve become acutely aware of what’s wrong in America. In this personal piece from Mentora’s founder, Hitendra Wadhwa, he invites us to focus on what’s right and what’s possible moving forward. America has always had a special place in the world, as a nation that did not judge you for failure, but encouraged you to keep going – and growing. Now we must help America do the same.