I'm back with my second post. In this post, I'll reveal some more of 'Me'. Before people read my future blogs, they ought to know me to some extent, atleast.
Before I start with my bio-sketch, let me share with you all one of my favourite theories here....
“According to me, the World can be divided broadly into 3 categories. Firstly, the Inventors, i.e the Engineers/Scientists(includes even the ones who don't possess the elusive degrees). This category is responsible for the Creation of every Man-made thing. The Second club comprises of the Enablers(who are the intermediaries and are responsible for the delivery of the products from the Inventors to the Consumers). They take care of the Sales’ elements. The third category consists of the Consumers themselves. It’s a cyclic process wherein the consumer of a certain product will again become an inventor and create something else out of that product or simply become an enabler and help the product reach out to further consumers and the process continues.”
And thats about it. Now, proceeding with ‘my story’......
I’d describe myself as an introspective, cooperative, directive and expressive person. I consider ‘people’ to be my highest priority and I like to have things organized, settled and planned out.
I’m a Technocrat in the field of Information Technology, but my passion for Business Development and Consulting brought me into my current domain. Presently, I’m responsible for the management of Business Development and Service Delivery at Dot Now Social, a Management Consulting startup firm. I’ve been associated with Rotary International, NEN, ACM and AIESEC in the past. I’m an ardent Cricket lover, a Quizzing enthusiast and a big-time fan of Sourav Ganguly. Also to add to this long list- a part-time philosopher, poet and a budding singer.
I’m passionate about Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Branding and Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, Journalism and Social media. I aspire to be an Entrepreneur!
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m deeply passionate about Leadership. From my modest experience at the helm, I inferred that Effective and Positive Leadership is the solution to every problem. A Leader can make or break the entity he’s leading.
Having lead diverse teams throughout my life- from being the Class Prefect to Captain of School cricket teams; organizing fests at college and leading sales teams to raise funds for them, being the editor of a college newsletter and heading societies at school and college, I’ve done it all. And with each experience, I’ve matured, and strived to become an improved Leader.
Before I close this post, I’d like to quote that
‘Leadership is a journey, and every leader evolves through this journey to become a bigger and better Leader’