Why play?

  Learn to play with your life, with your questions, with your friends, with your children, with your lovers, with your ideas, but most importantly learn to play with yourself too. When you play well, you slowly realise you live well.  Just remember it’s just a play, not a conquest or competition to win. When […]

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Rebuilding the world

A father was trying to read the newspaper, but his little son kept pestering him. Finally, the father grew tired of this and, tearing a page from the newspaper – one that bore a map of the world – he cut it into several pieces and handed them to his son. ‘Right, now you’ve got […]

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1 day at a time…

All leaders, artists, moms, dads and young lads, at times fall. And when we fall our mind does either of two things. It gets filled with reactivity or it moves to forced passivity. But among the best whom i have coached, i learnt, they have this unique ability to take things one day at a […]

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Best leaders are…

According to Harvard Business Review, best leaders are insatiable learners. Don’t believe me? Click here And to know where the best learning happens, look at your deepest relationships. If you stop learning there, you automatically stop learning about yourself. To know more, just scroll up and read the earlier blog post. Stay focused. Keep learning.

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4 reasons why you must develop Mentoring Culture in your organization

As an OD specialist & facilitator of Mentor Development Initiatives in large and medium organizations like Tieto, Amdocs and many other global organizations, am often faced with the question on relevance of developing a Mentoring Culture in global organizations. Having led more than hundred Leadership & Mentoring labs for close to a thousand Sr. Executives […]

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