Amongst the most commonly used words in organizations today is “Responsibility”. Yet, it is perhaps the most misunderstood, or least understood word. Bob Dunham and I have delved deep into the blindspot around responsibility and this book contains powerful revelations that will enable you to become significantly more effective.

The Dharma Way borrows wisdom from the Bhagavad Gita and pulls out powerful generative leadership distinctions. This book has emerged from Sameer’s weekly webinar sessions titled, “Leadership Conversations from the Bhagavad Gita”.


The 5 Critical Conversational Practices that Shift ‘Who You Be’ as a Leader

This book lists out the five critical conversational domains currently missing in most organizations. The reason many managers and leaders struggle is because the skills in these conversational domains are missing. The book uses the acronym C.O.A.C.H to distinguish these missing conversational domains and redefines the key role of a leader and a manager to that of a Coach.

This book has relevance for CEOs, managers, entrepreneurs, and anyone else working with a group of people and is interested in generating extraordinary results.

The best way to predict the future is to create it.

Each one of us, in every area of our life has an almost certain, probable, default future. But is this future acceptable?

This book provides a simple 6-step framework to actively create a future of one’s choice.

It gives an insight into several generative leadership distinctions which, when practised, have the potential of having a significant positive impact on performance.

The objective of this workbook is to bring to practice the powerful Generative Leadership distinctionsand enable the readers to go beyond gaining conceptual understanding of the concepts in Declaring Breakdowns to shifting their embodiment.