Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author of Open Source Leadership (McGraw Hill) and Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders (Simon & Schuster)
Currently the CEO of the ICLIF Leadership & Governance Centre based in Asia, the author of Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders (Simon & Schuster; 2011) Wall Street Journal Bestseller Open Source Leadership (McGraw Hill; 2017), and a regular writer for Forbes, Peshawaria has extensive global experience in leadership development with a particular focus on uncovering personal and organizational “Leadership Energy.” He has been Chief Learning Officer of both Coca-Cola and Morgan Stanley, and has formerly held senior positions at American Express and Goldman Sachs. At Goldman, Rajeev helped found Pine Street – the firm’s acclaimed leadership academy – and headed Pine Street for Europe and Asia. He has been widely featured in international media platforms such as Bloomberg TV & radio, National Public Radio (NPR), Harvard Business Review, CNBC, Fast Company, and many more.
Simon & Schuster, May 10, 2011
“It is much less a ‘how to’ and much more a ‘why’ exploration of leadership, going deeply into the subject in a manner I have not seen before…. This is a must read book because it is as much about kindling the intellect as it is about igniting the leadership passion in everyone.”
The Wall Street Journal Bestseller, McGraw Hill, October 24, 2017
“Rajeev Peshawaria’s counterintuitive new book details an ‘open source’ management system geared to today’s unique pressures and opportunities. Unlike so many leadership books, which traffic in platitudes and obvious insights, Peshawaria provokes readers into seeing a big picture most might have missed. Open Source Leadership will help anyone in any organization trying to surf the tumultuous waves of the 21st century business.”