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7 Questions on Leadership with R. Loga Janani

Name: R. Loga Janani

Title: fresher

I'm Loga Janani R from Pondicherry and I'm recently completed my B.Tech (UG) in the specialization of Information Technology I'm a fresher and am hardworking individual looking for a company where I can place my knowledge and gain my experiences in a genuine platform. I want to grow along with the company and I want to contribute something for company's growth.

Thank you to the 2,000 leaders who’ve generously done the 7 Questions on Leadership!

I hope Loga's answers will encourage you in your leadership journey. Enjoy!


Jonno White

1. What have you found most challenging as a leader?

Some of the most common leadership challenges and offered some solutions and tips to deal with them.

The environment for leaders is just getting more complex. Developing emotional intelligence and staying close to your values is helpful when everything else is changing fast.

2. How did you become a leader? Can you please briefly tell the story?

Shifting from roles based on technical skills into leadership positions involves not just a change in responsibilities but also an evolution of one’s values and sense of self.

From my own life that I would share in the workplace to encourage employees to improve their connections with colleagues.

3. How do you structure your work days from waking up to going to sleep?

Wake up at the same time 7am every day. Refresh myself and I took cup of coffee and everyday I should try to learn new things from You tube or Wikipedia. The free time that accompany with my mom and help her for cooking at evening we'll go somewhere and sleep late one day or wake up early the next. But that lack of structure can have a negative impact on our sleep. So, this is the structure of my work days from waking up to going to sleep.

4. What's a recent leadership lesson you've learned for the first time or been reminded of?

If this year has taught me anything, it is that leadership is about exercising moral imagination and courage. We take from 2020 the lesson that much of what businesses encounter is neither fully controllable nor predictable, in part because every business operates interdependently with society, the economy, and the planet.

The most valuable lesson I’ve learned in leadership is to lead with generosity. Shine a spotlight on the success of others and give where we can. It will not only make us feel good, but also pay dividends in the long run.

5. What's one book that has had a profound impact on your leadership so far? Can you please briefly tell the story of how that book impacted your leadership?

Whole Hearts by Berne Brown, and Minority Leader: How to Build Your Future and Make Real Change by Stacey Abrahams.

Above are the best leadership and self-help books for anyone who wants to work on their mindset, emotional regulation, and beyond. The Gifts of Imperfection, by Berne Brown The Gifts of Imperfection is about practicing self-compassion and self-love.

6. If you could only give one piece of advice to a young leader, what would you say to them?

1.Focus On Doing The Work Only You Can Do.

2.Treat Your Customers Well.

3.Remember To Reflect on our Journey.

4.Invest In Yourself And Your People.

5.Commit, Don’t Comply.

7. What is one meaningful story that comes to mind from your time as a leader, so far?

Reflect on a time when I were in charge of my project I took on extra responsibility with my team and I support them every steps for success.

Firstly, I pour them that learn the faults and fails and work on it we will achieve the goal.

And I'm in the early stages of my career, I would consider my college project experience.

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