Reflect on How Attachment and Judgement Shape You with Prakash Raman

October 28, 2020 Patrick Leddin

Prakash Raman has been a top 10 tennis player in the country, Wall Street banker, non-profit builder, Oreo Cookie brand manager, biz ops leader at a startup, and an exclusive executive coach at LinkedIn. He joins Patrick in the Leadership Lab to discuss self-judgement, impostor syndrome, and how attachment impacts leadership.

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Patrick Leddin

Patrick Leddin has benefited from both hands-on leadership and management experience coupled with academic rigor and expertise. Patrick served as a U.S. Army airborne, infantry, ranger-qualified officer, worked as a Project Manager at KPMG Consulting. His consulting work has allowed him to partner with clients in the United States, Canada, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Great Britain, Aruba, Iceland, Germany, Denmark, Belgium, Guam, and many other countries around the world. In addition to his work at Leddin Group, Patrick is an Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University in the Practice of Managerial Studies where he teaches Corporate Strategy, Negotiation, and Advanced Marketing.

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