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RIP Soni

It was difficult to see you lying motionless in a casket.. Some things we just don’t understand so it’s best to believe that God has a logic and makes some decisions for us. The shock is still to wear off for most of us, and I can’t imagine what it must be like for your … Read more RIP Soni

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Why Cipla is always ‘special’ for me…

The year 1986 is a very important year in my life. For almost three years preceding the year 1986, despite going through several diagnostic tests and tools, Doctors could not establish the cause of my problem – occasional but intense abdominal pain. The pain could be relieved only with medication and rest for a day … Read more Why Cipla is always ‘special’ for me…

Lunch with school friends

The Bangalore gang of 2013 and 2014 PGPMAX batches met today for lunch… The pre-reads, assignments, professors, Dean’s list, Bean’s list and mini regression to being students again :). It has been four weeks since our classes are done and everyday I have withdrawal symptoms – even now if I watch a movie, am thinking … Read more Lunch with school friends

Live Limitless

I want to thank Marc Zuckerberg for Facebook …. It’s because if him that am able to write this post today. I was checking out Facebook and came across this video that Arun had posted and I knew I had got my example for someone who lived life without limits. She started to sing at … Read more Live Limitless

Who are you? What are you here?

I joined Cipla as a Medical Representative on the 15th of September 1980 after a series of interviews. After sometime, I received a communication through a post card, asking me to present myself for a Central Training Program in Bombay. The Program’s intent was to provide me with knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Pharmacology and … Read more Who are you? What are you here?

Women – self-limiting beliefs

Yesterday I spoke in our internal women network session about self limiting beliefs that women carry, which doesn’t let us reach senior leadership levels in organizations and also doesn’t let us live to our potential. Am attaching the slides here on this blog. Please share widely. Slide 1 The next two slides talk about my … Read more Women – self-limiting beliefs

Split personality – public success, private hell

I actually wanted to write about Clive Lloyd’s tactics for building great teams and started reading about his achievements and success as the West Indies captain… While reading about him, I stumbled upon the news of his divorce and the bitter outpouring from his wife of 37 years. Then I switched on the television and … Read more Split personality – public success, private hell