Without effective thought leadership, governance remains a myth; it becomes effective and inclusive only if the element of thought leadership is at its core, which is reflected in the inclusive progress of all sections of society. The extreme challenges thrown up by the turbulent transition in our ecosystem can be solved with thought-leadership. Thought-leadership helps us face the external fluctuation and internal challenges smoothly.
Thought leadership configures feasible solutions considering even the last man and paves the way for governance works its way towards aspired goals, through challenges, dilemmas, and diversity. Thought leaders are futuristic and have the ability to connect the dots — their policies are set accordingly. A similar pattern can be observed in the government targets and their efforts in the direction.
A huge task for the leadership is to invest in the people and their mindsets. Attitude changes are required to yield optimum results. The recent visit by our Prime Minister to Silicon Valley brought forth the grey areas holding back innovation culture and growth of our own Silicon Valleys. These attitude changes have to be delicately worked upon and may call for bold reforms. Thought leadership has to be utilised to stitch together conflicting, but worthy mindsets seamlessly.
A thought leader ensures effective partnership among various stakeholders by taking them along, drawing out the best and willing cooperation from all, with tact, equanimity and vision. It needs incisive details of all the various elements at play.
A huge demographic section lives in inhabitable conditions. Effective thought leadership can enable the governance to reach the accruing benefits to people at large and mitigate the huge inequities. Thought leadership gives the leaders an enabling infrastructure to execute their ideas and innovations customised to meet the needs of the underprivileged in a system. Thought leadership is quintessentially inherent in governance.