What is so special about Sufi music that makes it so blissful?
While COVID-19 has been an unprecedented calamity on a global scale, could there be a silver lining to it? What can we learn from this pandemic that we may otherwise not have been receptive to?
Why You're Never Too Old, Too Shy or Too Clumsy to Learn Dance Dance is more than a hobby or a workout. It is a stress-buster, a source of contentment, a spiritual experience, and a tool to bring us closer
“The addictive pathways in neuroscience whilst using your cell phone are the same as those pressed in action while consuming opioids”, said Dr. Monica Sharma, an epidemiologist and former Director for Leadership development at the United Nations whilst commencing a workshop on transformational leadership. She invoked each of the participants to switch off their mobile … Continue reading On Taking a Digital Sabbath
World over, Corporate Social Responsibility has become such a buzzword and its acronym CSR has become all pervasive, but how far can CSR help in bringing about desired change in improving the condition of our planet and its inhabitants? The antecedents of CSR are varied. In India, in a landmark amendment of the Company Act … Continue reading Looking Beyond CSR
Consultants are often the butt of jokes and although the consulting profession has rapidly evolved over time, myths on consultants and the consulting industry prevail. Consultants can add value in ways others would find difficult to. Check out this piece to find out just how consultants manage to do so.
Can a business enterprise build love, empathy and compassion into its business model? Find out how, Jaipur Rugs imbibes universal values in its activities while remaining an amazingly successful venture
This year, the start of the Easter break saw me, my wife and my daughter board EasyJet’s non-stop flight from Geneva to Split, Croatia. When the idea of visiting Croatia was first proposed, I was unsure. After all, as a student, I had travelled to former Yugoslavia and Eastern Europe was not priority. My family, … Continue reading A Dalmatian Sojourn
In Feb 2001, my sister from Vancouver called informing that my father, who happened to be visiting her, had fallen critically ill and was in hospital. For a man who had never taken seriously ill, and had never been admitted to a hospital, it was surprising that the pneumonia got the better of him and … Continue reading A Stitch in Time Saves Nine
This took place in late Jan 2018. I was attending the inaugural cohort of the India Leaders for Social Sector (ILSS) program at Sonipat and our program organisers got our entire cohort to pay a field visit to the headquarters of Goonj at New Delhi. Before we left Sonipat I had a token understanding of … Continue reading When गूँज (Goonj) Came Home