Choosing the stereotypes we want to break.
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The only cure is empathy.
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What if we see a country as a macrocosm of a school…
It all starts with corporate culture.
To the mother of two who says "I'm tired" every time I meet you. I see you. I hear you. I know you. I know what it is like to feel so tired, it is beyond comprehension. What it means to try to go abou...
I just read an article about how the person of the year in India is the "Bhakt". A Bhakt, of course, is any supporter of Narendra Modi or his policies. It could be someone who casually believes PM Mod...
In the midst of a construction site in a rapidly developing suburb of Pune, you'll find an interesting collection of people gathered. IT professionals, mechanics, builders, taxi drivers, teachers, parents, children, and grandparents too. People of various faiths. People from all walks of life. And at the heart of this group is a hardworking, cheerful, incredibly talented chai maker who can teach us all about a lot more than just tea.
While it's true that corporate values are determined by the organizational aspiration, the context in which it operates and what the leaders feel very strongly about, I believe that there's one value that every single CEO should adopt. This value is very relevant and has universal application across contexts.
I want to tell you about one of the newest friends I have made here in India: Chetan. Chetan stays in Vangani, a suburb of Mumbai. He is a young dad, and lives in a humble home with his wife Radha and adorable baby twins. He's also a musician with an incredible passion for percussion, and a pretty good singer too.