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Self Management: Ancient Wisdom In Modern Business"A man who adds new meaning to the phrase Business guru" - TIME magazine, on philosopher A. Parthasarathy
An insight into the essential role of Self-management in increasing productivity, managing stress and enhancing clarity in thinking for better performance.
The Self Management program has been pioneered by philosopher A. Parthasarathy, widely regarded as the world authority on ancient wisdom in modern business. He has been acclaimed in TIME, Businessweek, CNBC, The New Yorker and many other leading media for his pioneering work on the subject.
Mr. Parthasarathy continues to be a distinguished international resource of the Young Presidents' Organization, and World Presidents' Organization. And has addressed leading institutions and corporations such as the World Economic Forum, The World Bank, NASA, Kellogg, Wharton, Harvard and Microsoft.
Our US Resource is Gautam Jain, an accomplished young philosopher and a premier disciple of Mr. A. Parthasarathy. Mr Jain is based in the US to head the efforts of the Vedanta Cultural Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to Self-management educational programs. Mr. Jain had earlier completed a brilliant academic career in the US. Upon graduation, he declined lucrative corporate offers to return to India to study Vedanta philosophy, and has spent over two decades in full time study, research and teaching.
Gautam has presented seminars on Self management to premier corporations, institutions and universities, including the Young President's Organization (YPO), Entrepreneur's Organization (EO), Goldman Sachs, IBM, AT & T, Columbia, Princeton,and MIT. He has been featured on ABC and PBS for his work on the subject.
Web Links to related articles, including TIME, Businessweek, the New Yorker, and the Kellogg School of Management: www.vedantaworld.org/press
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