Sashe is certain that his 18-year career in IT was about leadership and not technology. He is currently the head of Leaderonomics Digital and ponders the use of technology in his free time.
Leadership 52: A Lifetime’s Worth Of Leadership Skills In 52 Weeks
By SASHE KANAPATHI Deconstructing leadership as a competency, delivering it to you in a practical and systematic way.
Clever or Tender? Four Types of Active Listening
By SASHE KANAPATHI The speaker is often given a lot of attention and focus when it comes to the act of communicating. But as we all know, the listener has an important part to play as well. Although active listening is well discussed and understood, I want to share some different perspectives on this.
The Many Facets Of The Immortal Games We Play
By SASHE KANAPATHI
The Immortal Game is a continuous game of learning, unlearning, and relearning. Doing it in the most efficient and effective way will continue to drive us here at Leaderonomics.
Intentional Learning: Part 2
By Sashe Kanapathi
It’s important to realise that your organisation is unique and that your learners are unique, and your needs are unique. Once we get to that level of custom interventions, learning can be a very powerful strategic weapon.
Want To Teach Something? Understand Intentional Learning First
By SASHE KANAPATHI. In every classroom there is the Learner who is there intentionally to learn something, the Tourist who is there to look-see but not completely with any motivation, and the Terrorist is the one who will try to either hijack the course with plenty of challenges or hide disappear completely into their electronic devices. Why do we have Tourists and Terrorists in class? The answer is that they were asked to be there or sometimes even forced to be there. How can we make learning more intentional and not so incidental?
How You Can Learn And Unlearn Best Practices Effectively
By SASHE KANAPATHI
Practice forms habits, but habits that have brought us success in one environment don’t necessarily work in another environment. This is where learning needs to bridge the gap, and focus on the transition between environments.