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May 18, 2020 15 min

In this episode of the Zinnov Podcast, Roopa Unnikrishnan, Head of Strategy at HARMAN and Award-winning author shares her leadership experiences with Pari Natarajan, CEO, Zinnov. Roopa and Pari discuss how internal and external jolts (like COVID) force leaders to rethink their fundamentals. Roopa, who first came up with the idea of ‘Jolts’ in her book ‘The Career Catapult’ shares anecdotes on how these inflection points make leaders find and practice courage that allow them to be effective when there are many variables and unknowns. Through the conversation, Roopa and Pari discuss the types of leaderships that exist and how the path of resilience lies effectively on the shoulders of those leaders that can strike a balance between business and humanity, and can stay authentic while they continually reinvent themselves.

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