The leadership lesson I remember best:
We need to accept responsibility and accountability and be truthful. Without trust and straight talk, a leader has no standing.
The political leader I admire the most
The business leader I admire the most
A book/movie I would recommend on leadership
The Emperor's General by James Webb.
What I think is the difference between a manager and a leader
Leaders inspire, build something that outlasts themselves and focus on nurturing the next generation of leadership. Managers make things work, which is equally important.
My biggest test as a leader
To be tested every day is a basic aspect of the responsibility of leadership. It just goes with the territory.
All good managers aren't good leaders
Being a good manager helps, but it does not automatically make one a good leader. Potentially, good managers can also develop into great leaders.
— As told to Rahul Sachitanand