Towards our mission of democratizing inspiration and enabling personalized mentoring accessible to every person on the planet, it is our pleasure to share Dr. Tarun Khanna’s leadership journey.

Dr. Khanna is the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at the Harvard Business School, where he has sought for two decades to study the drivers of entrepreneurship in emerging markets as a means of economic and social development.

In this exclusive interview for Network Capital, he talks about trust – the focus of his new book. His clarity of thought, commitment towards institutional excellence and passion for impact have inspired world leaders for over a decade and we are fortunate to have him as one of our community members.

We hope you enjoy this interview and check out his book which is available worldwide on Amazon starting today.

Our community members are spread around 104 countries and we will be organizing book discussions and “Trust Talks” so that we can share reflections on this critical subject. Later this month, Dr. Tarun will be in Bangalore to talk about Trust. Keep your questions ready!


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