See the difference between Tathya and Satya and Live like a Ram at Home and manage problems like Krishna at workplace in Mahabharat said Sh Atul Satya Koushik while explaining the Management lessons from Ramayana & Mahabharat

No.PR-200 August 10, 2020 New Delhi See the difference between Tathya and Satya and Live like a Ram at Home and manage problems like Krishna at workplace in Mahabharat said Sh Atul Satya Koushik while explaining the Management lessons from Ramayana & Mahabharat PHD Chamber is Commerce& Industry organized a Webinar on 'Leadership & Management Lessons from the Ramayana & the Mahabharata on 8th August, 2020. Sh Atul Satya Koushik is a prolific leadership and motivational speaker who has been able to combine profession and passion immaculately. He began his session with an inspiring thought of “Learning from the past, working in the present accordingly, to make the future brighter.” “Truth and Fact are two different things”, which he supported with an interesting instance of Lord Ganesha considering his parents as his complete universe. He mentioned that the current times require each employee to prove himself worthy for the employer. A good leader always strives to form a second line of leaders with him and gives ample opportunities to his team mates to prove themselves, he said. Referring to Lord Rama’s 14 years of exile, he stated that in today’s world survival of the fittest is only possible. One should always be ready to sacrifice the luxuries and face the hardships of life. Mentioning about the importance of communication in an organizational setup, he said that it is not important that which language you are using to communicate with others rather it is the message and purpose of your communication which is the most important. Also, a good leader always listens more and speaks less. Talking about the types of team members Shri Koushik gave examples of Lord Hanuman, Bhima, Arjuna and Shikhandi - characteristics of whom vary on the basis of what motivates them and what are their individual capabilities He concluded his session with the emphasis on the quote “Practice makes a man perfect” and reminding everyone about the due respect they should give to nature. Dr. DK Aggarwal, President, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that during these times of uncertainty, the leadership and managerial lessons from epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata hold great relevance. Mr. Sanjay Aggarwal, Sr. VP, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry extended a heartfelt thanks to Shri Koushik for inculcating the perspective in all the participants that Ramayana and Mahabharata are not just holy books but also a great source of managerial and leadership lessons. Mr. Mukesh Gupta Chair, Entertainment, Media, Art and Culture Committee, PHD Chamber said that such programs spread positivity during the negative times of lockdown through its series called “Spreading Happiness”. Shri. Koushik was felicitated with a Sammaan Patra by PHD Chamber for enlightening through his session. The dignitaries present during the session included Dr. D. K. Aggarwal, President, PHD Chamber; Mr. Sanjay Aggarwal, Sr. VP, PHD Chamber; Mr. Pradeep Multani, VP, PHD Chamber; Mr. K.S. Mehta; Mr. Sharad Jaipuria, & Mr. Anil Khaitan, Former Presidents, PHD Chamber; Dr. Aruna Abhey Oswal, Chairperson, Women Entrepreneurs Committee, PHD Chamber; Mr. Saurabh Sanyal, Secretary General, , PHD Chamber and Mr. Vivek Seigell, Principal Director, PHD Chamber. The webinar had a participation of around 500 people through Zoom, Sadhna Youtube & Facebook Live. Ends Media Division PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry