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Diversity and Inclusion in Indian organizations

My IndiaHRLive talk show with Nisha Raghavan on Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. This was supposed to be a panel but Ester Martinez, Co-founder of People Matters, could not attend due to technical difficulties.

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Common Challenges of Expats Relocating to India – Part 3: Time Management

The single most difficult thing that most expats living and working in India have shared with me, is the difficulty to adapt to the (in)famous Indian Stretchable Time..and that’s normal. There are 2 major ways of perceiving time: the linear … Continue reading

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Childhood Dream

Thank you Commander Chris Hatfield for doing something I had dreamed of doing for a long long time. Your cover is superb and David Bowie must feel honored.

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Extraversion or Introversion? Both!

I am a huge fan of RSAnimate and this one is one of my favorites. This is a good answer to the continuous debate on whether extraverts or introverts are better for high performance teams. The answer is both! High … Continue reading

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3 steps to developing your personal brand

My journey to understand my personal brand has been a long and arduous one. Who am I? Why am I this person? What impact do I have on others around me? After a few years of self reflection, I’ve finally … Continue reading

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Incredibly obvious cheating at the Partouche Poker Tour 2009

This is insane! These 2 french players created – very obvious, methinks – cheating signs to beat the field. Rub your head for Aces, your ears for kings, etc. and went on winning first and second place for 1.6M Euros. … Continue reading

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Learning how to work, the hard way!

I have been lucky to be raise as an expat kid by globe trotting parents. However, nothing had prepared me for the culture shock I had when I moved to India. The shock was not about the ‘spiciness’ of the … Continue reading

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