04 Incredibly Powerful Interviews On Life, Leadership and Change
Life’s Work: An Interview with Ejaj Ahmad, Founder and President, Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC) [Read the full interview]
Ejaj Ahmad is the Founder and President of Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC). In this interview, he reflects on how his early life experiences and passion for public service and leadership shaped his future, the impetus behind starting BYLC, the current state of BYLC and his future plans for the organization, talks about his management philosophy and how he looks at the idea of leadership and life and how a strong sense of our own mortality can help us to live a meaningful life. Read the full interview here.
Telenor Health, Technology and Life: An Interview With Sajid Rahman, CEO, Telenor Health [Read the full interview]
CEO of Telenor Health, Sajid Rahman, recounts his early life and career, discusses the ambition of Telenor Health, its flagship product Tonic, growth of the company, culture and challenges and the future of health-Tech, talks about technology and the startup ecosystem in Bangladesh and reflects on his management philosophy, takeaways from his journey, how he manages his days, and why our life requires a certain sense of detachment built into it to make it worth living. Read the full interview here.
Life’s Work: An Interview With Syed Mahbubur Rahman, Managing Director and CEO, Dhaka Bank Limited [Read the full interview]
CEO and Managing Director of Dhaka Bank, Syed Mahbubur Rahman, recounts his early life and career, how his father inspired a sense of commitment and strong work ethic in him, and diminishing importance of values in our society today, talks about the ambition of Dhaka Bank, state of technology adoption at the Bank, its renewed effort to diversify portfolio, culture and challenges and the overall banking industry, discusses fin-tech, MFS, and agent banking and reflects on his management philosophy, key lessons from his journey, importance of reflecting on your days and be a good human being and why the way we spend our days if of course how we spend our lives. Read the full interview here.
How Two Psychologists Re-invented How We View Our Mind [Read the full interview]
The Huffington Post calls Michael Lewis “one of the premier chroniclers of our age.” It’s hard to argue with that description. His best-selling books, including Moneyball, The Blind Side and The Big Short, have all been turned into blockbuster films.
In his latest book, Lewis tells the story of two cognitive psychologists whose work more than a half-century ago on bias and critical thinking has left an indelible mark on a variety of disciplines.
The Undoing Project: The Friendship That Changed Our Minds explores the fascinating relationship between Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman that helped produce seminal thinking about how the mind works – and how it can reach more accurate analyses. Lewis recently appeared on the [email protected] show on Wharton Business Radio on SiriusXM channel 111 to discuss the book and explain how his latest project is something of a prequel to the data analytics strategies found in Moneyball. This story originally appeared on [email protected], republished with permission. Read the full interview here.