Events

India Events – April/May 2013

Pune – India

Delighted to sign copies of our award-winning book #Thought Leadership Tweet for Indian readers.

Delighted to sign copies of our award-winning book #Thought Leadership Tweet for Indian readers.

Discussing thought leadership with talent at Compassites' office in Pune.

Discussing thought leadership with talent at Compassites’ office in Pune.

One day faculty training event on incorporating storytelling into teaching for SICSR.

One day faculty training event on incorporating storytelling into teaching for SICSR.


Coimbatore – India

At Coimbatore

At Coimbatore



Giving presentation on thought leadership to incoming Rotary Presidents and Secretaries at their PETS event in Coimbatore.


Book Launch at Chennai – November 27, 2012

Our host, Mr. Hari Ratan

Intro by Mrs. Ameeta Agnihotri


Hari Ratan, Director of Lateral Management Services Ltd., kindly hosted the launch of our book #Thought Leadership Tweet at the Madras Cricket Club. The event was attended by a select number of key executives, consultants, and business owners from the region. Ameeta Agnihotri, author and journalist for The Times of India conducted a brief interview before turning the conversation over to the floor.

A must read for every CEO, Business Leader, and Team Head.
~ Avis Viswanathan, A V Initiatives, Bangalore, India.

Finally, a great resource for thought leadership marketing. ~ Jeff Ernst,

#Thought Leadership Tweet is available in India through Flipkart.com


Bangalore, India – November 25, 2012

Author Naveen Lakkur signing copies of his book

Guest speakers at the launch


I was one of the guest speakers at the launch of client Naveen Lakkur’s book Inseparable Twins: Paired Principles to Inspire Young Minds. The book offers 12 sets of “paired principles.” While each individual principle is essential to the success of entrepreneurs, when woven together their impact is boosted exponentially. This wisdom is shared during an extended conversation between two Indian elephants, Appy and Proppy, and a man named Lucky whose mentorship helps to transform their lives.

As you go through them (the paired principles) especially with the two lively and wise elephant characters that he has introduced in his rather interesting story-telling style, the depth of these simple concepts emerge.
~ V.V. Ranganathan, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, India.

Unlike many of the management books one comes across, (the author) has managed to communicate powerful ideas in a very simple and easy to read style.
~ Nitin Paranjpe, CEO & MD, Hindustan Unilever Ltd.

For more about the author and Inseparable Twins, visit www.NaveenLakkur.com

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