India’s Most Loved CEO – Part II


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So, continuing my talk on India’s Most Loved CEO, I would like to focus my conversation towards CEO’s who are not from the IIM’s or business schools or from the business background /families but have made a significant difference with their leadership skills. Can you guess who am I talking about? I give you 10 seconds to close your eyes and think!! Did you find out? Ok, I will share the names of such CEO’s at the end of this post.

India’s Most loved CEO has given the opportunity to all the employees to showcase love for their beloved CEO, what a better way to acknowledge and make him/her India’s Most Loved CEO, I am sure nominating your CEO will help you get a permanent position in the company J, just kidding. So, what are you waiting for, pull up your sock, hold on to your smartphone, use the hashtag #indiasmostlovedceo tweet in and nominate your CEO or guess who will be India’s Most Loved CEO and stand a chance to win MOTO G mobile phones and Flipkart vouchers, apart from getting featured in indiasmostlovedceo website, it’s your chance to touch the pinnacle of success and get lucky.Indias Most Loved CEO.png

Ok, so you are still not sure who will be India’s most loved CEO? Fine, let me help you out, but if you get lucky and win, we share the prize, OK!! India’s most loved CEO will have all the characteristics that a CEO has, but the edge depends upon what the employees testimony says, how have CEO’s help them shape their future, read more about it on India’s Most loved CEO dairies.

Keeping to my promise about sharing names of unconventional CEO, the one name that stands out for me is Farhan Akhtar, yes, a true all rounder and dreamer, committed to his ideology and fulfilling with utter passion, the mantra to success lies in setting part for goals to achieve. Other inspiring names that I believed are truly Indian Most Loved CEO would be Pichai Sundararajan, popular as Sundar Pichai – CEO Google Inc, Satya Narayana Nadella – CEO of Microsoft, Yogesh Chander Deveshwar – CEO ITC group, Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi – CEO PepsiCo.

 

Share your views and nominate India’s Most Loved CEO, because time is running out, opportunities to win big doesn’t come knocking all the time, your time starts now, make the most of it, tweet in your entries by nominating  and using the hashtag #Indiasmostlovedceo.

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India’s Most Loved CEO


Whenever I have a conversation with people who are in the corporate world, they complain about how they are bullied by their seniors and how diplomacy works against them within their team, though they do have a soft corner for the CEO of the company, why you may ask? It is the HR’s endeavour to keep the” bossy CEO” in good light so that the staff do not have complains about the CEO, sounds ridiculous right? Actually NO!! I have many friends employed as HR’s in different sectors and firms, any they love sharing stories.

 Who are CEO’s? Answering all the dummies and for information of the known – CEO’s belong to that rare breed of people who are responsible to formulate the RIGHT decisions, the people who take responsibility of switching from PLAN A to PLAN B.

Contradicting the above, let me shift focus onto INDIA’S MOST LOVED CEO, have you heard of this before?  Seems like quite interesting, doesn’t it? You must be inquisitive – I’m sure!! Would you nominate your company’s CEO as the most loved? What do you see in him/her that would encourage you to cast your vote? I know I am asking too many questions right now, but I am really excited to know from you guys, yes YOU – the ones reading this.

 I’m sure you have a pop up in your head that reads – Where did this #IndiasMostLovedCEO come from? And why is he talking about this? –  I think we’ve had enough of speculation here!! Care to make it interesting?  If you manage to guess the most loved Indian CEO, you could be one of the lucky winners who could be featured on the website and win exciting prizes like MOTO G handsets and Flipkart vouchers!. All you need to do is use the hashtag #IndiasMostLovedCEO

 So now that the interest levels have risen -further information about the #IndiasMostLovedCEO is available on the website – www.indiasmostlovedceo.com. Visit their website and solve the mystery of India’s Most Loved CEO!!

 A lot more lined up for the next edition of the talk, where I shall be talking about how the CEOs have to deal with decision making and what do employees feel their CEOs should deliver, the expectations and much more, stay tuned and keep refreshing the space, cause I’m positive that you will love it.

The mystery of ghost writer and wheat part 18


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You can read Part 17 (Click Here) which was written by Jay Singh  for Game of Blogs by Blogadda.com.

He closed his eyes again as the ACP walked in and stood in front of him for the next few minutes all he could hear was laughter of a couple of men and he could guess what was coming next.

As the ACP came to the cell where Cyrus was, he was little confused what was the ACP going to interrogate now, as he was totally scrutinized from all sort of ways and angles possible by the in-charge inspector.

ACP entered the cell and spoke in a stern voice: “Cyrus try to recall the event, the case is at a crucial stage and many lives are at stake”, he added.

Cyrus in a tired voice: Sir, I understand the situation knowing many lives are at stake and I have repeated this a hundred times while I was interrogated by your inspector that I was totally unconscious and unaware of the situation and I would have given you the scenario and helped you in all ways possible if I even had a clue on what happened that day. Being a responsible lawyer and citizen I will never take law in my hands and try to help the police.

One of the constables came and disrupted the talk between ACP and Cyrus saying: “Sir, we have someone here who wants to meet Cyrus”.  ACP told constable: Tell them that they cannot meet Cyrus as he is not allowed to interact.

Cyrus was frustrated after hearing this from the ACP and pleaded him to at-least allow him to speak on phone, but the ACP interrupted saying that we cannot allow you to talk as it is treated as influencing and tampering evidence. As ACP was about the leave the cell, Cyrus recalled something and asked the ACP to wait.

As Cyrus started to recall some of the situations he could remember, he fainted flat on the concrete ground and was unconscious. ACP shouted loud for ambulance help to be the constables.

After a brief spell of attempts by the ACP to awake him to consciousness nothing seemed to work, even a few sprinkles of water on his face was to no avail.  Till the time the ambulance came and the support staff had to take him to the hospital.

ACP was worried about Cyrus’s health, as he wanted to know what Cyrus remembered which he wanted to tell him.

ACP asked the doctor about Cyrus’s Health, the doctor said that he is still under observation and the coming few hours will be crucial as they were suspected brain nerves dysfunction.

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The mystery of ghost writer and wheat part 4


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You can read Part 3 (Click Here) which was written by Priyanjana Roy  for Game of Blogs by Blogadda.com.

Those were the days, memories just keep coming and bring a smile on my face, Shekhar talking within himself and remembering his nostalgic days!!

In his childhood days Shekhar was a very different sort of a person, he was a silent guy, not very restless like other kids around him, just keeping to himself and being helpful to other. He developed a sense of writing from his early days when he was facing many situations which made him mature mentally and it made him think and had a sense to pen down his thought in a diary.

He made diary his friend and shared his thought on situations and where life was taking him, it gave a sense of fulfillment to Shekhar whenever he used to share his deep side to the diary! It was a solace zone growing up!

It was in his teenage days, that he realized that he had good potential in becoming a writer, when he use to get teacher tap on the back for his writing essays, composition and sometimes even speeches for functions. Developing his writing skill as he moved on in life and started his college days!

Shekhar collage days were full of events! being a good writer many of his friends use to ask him to write love letters and even the drama teacher always made him the script writer of plays, as he was always helpful in all aspects, he gained popularity in the collage, Shekhar was always focused about what he wanted to do and did exactly that while was a point of example to many of his friends and he was the their inspiration!!

Moving ahead in life and seeing potential outside where he was at his college days, after finishing graduation he shifted gears and applied for MBA in Mass communication in many collage around his reach and stream before ending up in Mumbai…. The island of future scoop and opportunities!

MBA in Mass communication in those days was a talking point, as it was still emerging as a stream and making its base in the competitive world of opportunities, where money mattered more than passion! This was never a point of concern for Shekhar as he was focused and knew what he is best at !! Contained by the scope he always aspired to work on his passion and led a fulfilling life of what he could master!!

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Redefining Graveyard


The perception of a graveyard is

Scary, haunted, sorry and sad

Why does this feeling crop in our head

The world mourns their dead and prays for their soul

But the movies have made it scary for the little ones

It’s not haunted; it’s your loved one sleeping,

Sleeping is their soul in deep happy region,

Change your perspective, don’t be shocked

It’s in every human to die somehow,

Maybe it’s not you today but it will be some moment

Try to accept the fact and move on in succession  

Graveyards were made to dump the bodies

but it didn’t dumped their souls,

it’s in the hearts of their belonging

 

P.s. “This post is written for the 110 Creative Challenge Contest, hosted byThewhitescape