Leadership & Governance… As I See… by Kiran Bedi
"From the holy city of Amritsar, India, To the Mecca of International Peace, The United Nations… an inspiring journey of the first woman in the Indian Police Service! “Our lives begin to end the day we remain silent about things that matter” --Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “What do I do with all that I see, hear, read, and observe? Of the kind which has a larger message? I can digest, overlook, forget, complain, share or postpone… But I had an inner inspiration to express what I saw… and I will continue to … I decided to be the flag bearer with a pen for the readers to share with me all that As I See……” “My upbringing, training, and habit induce me not to end my life remaining silent, but to continue to step out of my comfort zone to speak whenever presented with the right opportunity. This I believe is one of the many important ingredients of leadership. All the more essential, when one has the responsibility to lead and steer organisations and institutions of great public service”. Kiran Bedi in her usual bold and candid style, shares wide ranging issues which have angered, inspired, or fascinated her. Through her matter of fact style of writing, she draws her readers into situations that they may either not have access to or may tend to ignore. Leadership & Governance Issues… As I See… is a persistent effort by the author to instigate greater awareness about various social and ethical issues in the hope to invoke, provoke, and inspire readers to heightened levels of sensitivity, participation, and response.
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