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A few months back I was speaking to a group of business heads on Building Conscious Enterprises. When, in course of the session I made a mention of the 30 firms of endearment (FoEs), identified in the West, some from the audience wanted to know...

The recently concluded iEnable in Bangalore in many ways was quite a milestone event. [caption id="attachment_1049" align="alignleft" width="300"] Exploring in depths[/caption] The conditions for being an enabler, distinct from a trainer, facilitator, teacher, instructor, coach, mentor or even a healer were clearly established. Participants, all of whom came...

Can conscious enterprises heal the economy? What fundamentally is the reason for business cycles and recessions striking every ten years or so? What does it take for a business and its leaders to awaken enterprise consciousness and redeem from the whims of alternating upswings and downswings in...

When I founded iProdigy - a consulting outfit partnering with businesses to bring about talent, leadership and organizational transformation - in 2001, I consciously used the word 'enabling' in its tagline not knowing how loosely it will be used to mean almost anything and everything...

Experience of meditation @ workplaceWhen I met Sushant, Senior Manager with a the wholly owned Indian software services subsidiary of an American mortgage bank, a couple of years after he had attended a leadership program that I had facilitated, there was something visibly different...

All crises, including economic crises stem from a crisis of consciousness. And as, with each passing day, systems get more and more crisis ridden and driven, the need to awaken sub-systemic and systemic consciousness gets more and more imminent. In my article, Tap Enterprise Consciousness, which...