My Vision: My life is passionately filled with selfless loving service making the lives of people happier, healthier, and brighter with better quality of life!
My Mission: Work relentlessly to realize my Vision by leveraging all the knowledge, skills, and other resources given by God. And get better at this every day!
My Core Values: Truth, Right Action, Peace, Love, Non-Violence; Team work, Honesty, Integrity, Self-respect, Self-confidence, and Selfless Service.
My Key Principles: Unity of thought, word, and deed; Lead by example; Golden Rule; Love All, Serve All; Help Ever, Hurt Never; Work is worship, Duty is God; Unity of Faiths
My Attitude: 'Be Positive’ is in my blood. I strive to ‘B +ve’ and peaceful in life, regardless of the situation. I strive to maintain ‘Positive / Improvement Attitude’ in all that I do.
My Understanding of People Power: Nothing is impossible to achieve if our Vision and Goals are clear. If we provide the right environment and leadership, people can deliver world-class results by tappinginto their 'unlimited potential' for excellence. I strongly believe in People Power that can be tapped to achieve Organizational and Individual Goals successfully if we provide the right environment (structure, process, culture, tools, and technology) that will enable people to:- bring out their best.- clearly see the underlying unity in apparently diverse environment, and- work together for a common Goal of ‘Making Lives Better’
My Thoughts on Diversity: Simply hiring people with different backgrounds, such as, race, ethnicity, gender, color, etc. and keeping them on payroll is ‘Basic Diversity’. Recognizing and constantly promoting the ‘unity’ -the common thread, common conscience, common source of life - among seemingly diverse people, cultures, thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors is ‘True Diversity’. Unless we recognize and truly believe the underlying unity among all human beings, any efforts on Diversity Programs will be superficial.
My Thoughts on Corporate Compliance, Ethics and Social Responsibility: Corporate Compliance and Ethics programs driven by government regulations and ‘fear of exposure’ will not give us lasting results. We need to have a strong Human Values program that will bring out the ‘best human values’ that are latent in all of us which in turn guide us to do the “right thing” even in the absence of regulations. We should all work together to move away from “fear of exposure” towards “doing the right thing”.