The book is an unusual yet pioneering take on leadership. It has skillfully used Shakespearean characters to frame an original concept the authors call ‘contextual leadership’. The authors believe that contexts are profound, fleeting and course-altering. Their work juxtaposes Shakespearean characters and contexts with modern day leadership and business scenarios and reveals how leaders can respond to contexts using lessons from Shakespeare. This book is for all those who are interested in the practice of leadership, and are keen on enhancing their leader-competencies.
About The Authors
Dr. Mohan Gopinath lives in Bangalore and is a Professor of Organizational Leadership and Strategy with the Alliance School of Business, Alliance University. He holds a Master’s degree in English Literature from St. Stephen’s College. He is the author of – ‘The Intruder – a Nocturnal Interlude’, ‘Literary Explorations – Mainly Shakespearean’and ‘Does the Spearmint Lose its Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight?’ Passionate about Kathakali, Mohan has penned research papers exploring the dance form.He has spent the major part of his career as a banker with HSBC, working at locations around the globe.He is a keen tennis player and lover of nature. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Debashish Sengupta teaches in the area of Organizational Leadership and Strategy at the Alliance School of Business, Alliance University, and resides in Bangalore, India. He is the author of a Crossword bestseller – ‘Employee Engagement’ (2011). He has also authored other books such as ‘Human Resource Management’ (2012), ‘You Can Beat Your Stress’ (2007). Debashish ’s current research interests centers around engagement and HR transformation in project-based organizations. He blogs professionally on People Engagement and Gen Y. He can be reached at email@example.com .
Ray Titus teaches Marketing and Strategy at the Alliance School of Business, Alliance University. His stint at academia followed a decade of working with global and multinational business firms. Ray’s research interests center on consumer behavior, and the impact of social media on consumption and lifestyles. He professionally blogs at www.buyerbehaviour.org. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .