HOW INDIA WORKS
posted 23 November 2018
posted 20 November 2018 (on Facebook)
Author Aarti Kelshikar recently had a book event at the American School Mumbai and is planning a similar one in Delhi.
"How India Works: Making Sense of a Complex Corporate Culture" fleshes
out the cultural nuances that impact the way Indians work and should be
an interesting read for expats working in India and for Indians who have repatriated. This book is available on Amazon India, and Indian Bookstores.
From Aparna Mohan Dhawan (AES Parent): It is increasingly accepted that to work successfully across cultures, it is important to understand the drivers and the complexities of the respective culture. The book 'How India Works: Making Sense of a Complex Corporate Culture' facilitates this understanding. Published by HarperCollins, the book fleshes out the cultural nuances that impact the way Indians work.
Based on interviews with Indians and expatriates from 13 countries who have lived and worked in India, How India Works offers outsider and insider perspectives on the psyche of the Indian in the workplace.
About the Author:
Aarti Kelshikar is an intercultural consultant and coach with over 15 years of work experience in India, Singapore and the Philippines. She is a certified facilitator from the Cultural Intelligence Centre in USA. She is a certified coach from the international Neuro Leadership group. Since 2008, Aarti has been associated with two US-based global mobility companies for which she has delivered customised training programmes for professionals relocating worldwide. She has trained senior executives from multinational corporations like Nestle, Unilever, Proctor and Gamble, Colgate Palmolive and Texas Instruments. She lives in Mumbai with her husband and daughter.
For more details, please look up her website: http://www.aartikelshikar.com/
As a reminder, the book is available on Amazon India, Amazon International
and in bookstores in India.