Nilima Bhat’s interview by Katja Cah, The Slovenia Times

16 March 2020
Nilima talks about ‘A woman has power to give life and take it’

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Nilima Bhat’s interview by Poulomi Roy, CMO, RSH Global

19 May 2020
Ahead of the webinar interview, Adgully published this story:  Discover how crisis unlocks potential with Nilima Bhat
Some key notes that Nilima Bhat struck in her wide-ranging and in-depth conversation in the webinar on Shakti Leadership, with Poulomi Roy.
1. Conscious Leaders work on themselves first
2. They ‘practice’ being Present and acting from Presence*
3. Wholeness means dialing down the hyper-masculine to a healthy level, so the healthy feminine can rise too
– Both are necessary to be in balance, and to complement and complete each other
4. Finding and aligning to a higher purpose beyond profit
5. Reinventing Capitalism demands reinventing Capital
6. Embracing crisis for individual and collective growth – Joseph Campbell’s ‘Hero’s Journey’ provides a map
7. And the HIGHLIGHT of the interview: Media’s role in telling high-quality stories for the greater good
– Moving from Fame to Heroism; Becoming storytellers of the NEW MYTH to unify Humanity around our shared Planetary destiny(from counter number 33.46 to 38.15)
*The master key to navigate a crisis is cultivating Presence. Here are two short 10-13min Presence Practices to do daily, and build the muscle.
Presence Practice by Vijay Bhat
Choose any one! But make sure to do it daily for at least 21 days to build the neural pathways and habit of staying Present in challenging situations.

Nilima Bhat talks about Yoga of the Cells – and the possible transformation of the Corona contagion

07 May 2020
Sri Aurobindo Foundation for Indian Culture

Nilima Bhat features in

26 Feb 2020

Women Disruptors is Adgully’s special initiative to bring to the fore some remarkable women achievers in M&E, Advertising, Marketing, Communications industries, how they think, how they manage things, how they lead from the front and much more.

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Nilima Bhat talks in Brazilian Youtube Channel, Celina TV:

19th Dec 2019

Using concepts from Yoga and Eastern philosophy, Nilima Bhat, co-author of the book Shakti Leadership, talks about balancing our feminine and masculine characteristics to build conscious leadership


Nilima Bhat brings Shakti Leadership message to St. Petersburg:

20th Sep 2019 – By Joe Hamilton

Bhat’s Shakti Leadership touts creating an integrated leadership approach utilizing both eastern and western principles for both women and men. Bhat provides tools to flex both feminine and masculine traits to embrace power as a leader. She explains why women are particularly drawn to this model of leadership, how it differs from more traditional models and how it is able to meet this particular moment in a changing world and business climate.

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Nilima Bhat and Raj Sisodia at CC LATAM:

19-20 Mar 2019

Watch Nilima Bhat and Raj Sisodia talking about conscious capitalism at Conscious Capitalism – Latin America Conference, Brazil


Shakti Leadership: Allowing Ourselves to be Whole

20th April 2018 – By Sonya Mohamed

It was like taking a deep, full breath after a series of short, shallow inhales. With a title like Shakti Leadership: Embracing Feminine and Masculine Power in Business, I had no doubt I would be engaged and interested in what was being shared, but Nilima Bhat did so much more than that. She breathed new life into ideas I had neatly tucked away and long forgotten.

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Shakti Leadership And The Path To Better Business

Being Present May Be The Key To Good Leadership

18th April 2018 – By Carolyn Centeno

I recently had a conversation with Nilima Bhat, author of Shakti Leadership and executive coach, about the idea of what it takes to step into your true power. The type of power that is gentle, inclusive, magnetic, and aligned. She described to me a powerful concept called executive presence. “Executive presence is when you are in a state, where you have nothing to defend, nothing to promote, or nothing to fear,” she says.

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20 Inspiring Women Who Lead

8th March 2018 – By Tiara International

On International Women’s Day, we asked the members of our Women’s Leadership Resource Group, a virtual community of global leaders, who in the world they follow. Take a look at these inspirational female leaders who are changing their communities every day.

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SHAKTI LEADERSHIP: Embracing Feminine & Masculine Power in Business; Part II

18th May 2017

An interview with Mobius friend, Nilima Bhat

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How to Add More Feminine to Your Leadership

5th July 2016 – By Claire Wheeler and Lori Hanau

We have been conditioned to see the world as either/or: us/them, men/women, owners/employees,costs/benefits, internal/external. Our tendency to see things as either one way or the other not only makes invisible anything and anybody that transcends such a binary, it also precludes our innate ability to embody our own wholeness. Ask a colleague if they see themselves as whole, and they will likely look at you quizzically.

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The end of hypermasculine leadership, the beginning of ‘shakti’

30th June 2016 – By Shubha Sharma

On a mellow, rainy afternoon in Mumbai, the façade of the iconic Taj Hotel is put through a structural spruce-up – a nail hammered in here, a pipe welded into place there. It’s probably a routine maintenance job, but the supervisor, who is precariously balanced on a ladder, eggs on a worker, his tone firm yet gentle. “ Dil lagaake karo [put your heart into it].”

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Shakti Leadership: Embracing Feminine and Masculine Power in Business

6th June 2016

Historically, leadership has emphasized traditionally “masculine” qualities, which, argue authors Nilima Bhat and Raj Sisodia in Shakti Leadership: Embracing Feminine and Masculine Power in Business, has resulted in many of society’s ills, including corruption, stress, depression, unhappiness in employees, low motivation and more.

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SHAKTI LEADERSHIP: Embracing Feminine & Masculine Power in Business; Part I

18th May 2017

A book excerpt by Mobius friends, Nilima Bhat & Raj Sisodia

Shakti: The Power Base for Conscious Capitalism

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Shakti Leadership And The Path To Better Business

Shakti Leadership And The Path To Better Business

10th May 2016 – By John Kluge

Depending on whom you ask, conscious capitalism started with the corporate responsibility movement back in the 1960s, or with the corporate responsiveness movement in the 1970s. Or perhaps with social ventures like Ben & Jerry’s and Stonyfield Farms of the late 1980s[1]. Or more recently, with John Mackey’s breakthrough book by the same name in 2013…

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Shakti: The Power Base for Conscious Capitalism

Shakti: The Power Base for Conscious Capitalism

29th March 2016 – By Nilima Bhat

Recent years have brought a dawning realization that we need to rethink the foundational bases of capitalism, starting with the idea that it is solely rooted in the pursuit of narrowly construed and material self-interest. Human beings have multiple primal drives, including the need to survive and the need to care. Love and work define what it means to be human.

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