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The Iron Lady with a Velvet Glove

The Iron Lady with a Velvet Glove

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Malini Saba – The Iron Lady with a velvet glove

London, UK – 30 May, 2012 – A tough lady with a soft touch.

Her favorite quote:

“Being a leader is like being a lady. If you have to remind people you are, you aren’t. “


Malini understands that leadership is not about titles or photos or selfies. True leadership is about authenticity, standing up for principles, even in the face of strong opposition.

Her angry critics see her as a pugnacious destroyer. But those who know her understand she is all about methodology and doing what is right by people and for the people.

Authentic leadership is a product of honesty. Honesty is about putting needs of others before your own. Honesty in communicating information, both positive and negative. Honesty in accepting viewpoints which are different from yours. Honesty in integrating the values you profess with behaviors you exhibit. Honesty is also the product of clarity. Clarity in what you stand for and what you will not stand for.

We can take a lesson from Malini Saba. Always stay true to your core values regardless of how others view things under a populous lens. Only through this method can you truly help others and be a good leader too.

Media Contact:
Wendy Tanaka
Sitrick And Company
+1(415) 369-8447

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In a Nutshell

In a Nutshell

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Malini Saba – In a Nutshell

London, UK – 30 May, 2012 – Malini Saba was born to a simple family, rose to success through sheer perseverance and belief that she will make it.

In her own words “I had no choice, make it or nothing.”

She always believed there was nothing a woman could not achieve. She also believes that you can learn most things in life if you put the time and really want to learn them.

Her secret to success is never to lie and never pretend to know everything. “We are constantly in a learning mode. It is when we think we know it all, we have failed.”

My father once told me there were two kinds of people, those who do the work and those who take the credit. He told me to try and be the first group; there was much less competition.

Malini Saba leaves us with her quote:

“Whenever you take a step forward you will shake things up and only with this can you create change. Through and through we also change as a person.”

Media Contact:
Wendy Tanaka
Sitrick And Company
+1(415) 369-8447

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