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In The Lead Magazine

Welcome to In the Lead, a semi-annual magazine focused on sharing leadership perspectives from the field, with content that is curated from leaders across industries. In the Lead seeks to inform future leaders, generate global dialogue on leadership and build a community that sees more effective leadership as a prerequisite to building a better world.

“We strive to be the publication of choice on leadership. We welcome interest in writing for the magazine. If interested, please email us at [email protected].”
Ruchin Kansal, Editor

The Spring 2024 issue of In the Lead magazine can be read digitally here

Spring 2024 Featured Content:

Letter from the Editor
Ruchin Kansal

Decode the Future
Unveiling the communication toolkit - strategies for leaders to thrive in the ever-changing landscape of work.
By Renee Robinson, Ph.D.

You and Your Digital Assistant
Embracing change, lifelong learning and purpose driven collaboration. 
By Qi Wang

In the Lead with Ashok Krish
In the Lead is a conversation with industry leaders on key trends and leadership challenges.
By The Editor

Leading Beyond Perfection (Leadership Lessons)
Unmasking the quirky, quizzical and quintessential maze in, Lessons in Leadership 2.0: The Tough Stuff.
By Steve Adubato

Echoes of Resilience (In the Crucible)
Navigating the future of work through generational wisdom and mentorship.
By Annette Stewart

In Focus with Zane Keller '16
Zane Keller ’16 discusses the impact of technology in the financial advisory field, the value of genuine connections and taking over the family business

Converging on Leadership
Leadership dynamics and challenges in the private and public sectors.
By Doyin Ashiru

AI's World Remix (Case Study) 
From pandemic resilience to ethical integration - exploring the impact of artificial intelligence on our interconnected society. 
By Naveed Husain

Rethinking Potential (Book Review)
Strategies for developing character and achieving progress in a chaotic business environment.
Reviewed by Paula Alexander, Ph.D., J.D., and Stephen Wood, M.S. 

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