Adding Spice To Leadership
Business Today|April 18, 2021
Baskar Babu, Managing Director and CEO of Suryoday Small Finance Bank believes in the idea of Servant Leadership (where the goal of the leader is to serve). Over the years, he has figured out a very palatable way of demonstrating this to his staff — by cooking for them during CEO-connect meetings.
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