Secrets of Leadership: Insights from the Pancha Tantra
The Panchatantra has been translated into 50 different languages in some 200 different versions. In this collection, the authors have tried to show what influence these fables have on our leadership skills. They have highlighted some of the morals embedded in the fables themselves as well as provided modern insights at the end of each story.
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