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What’s “Wabi Sabi” and why it can be your next life philosophy. A talk with Peter Kasahara.

August 28, 2020

Why is coaching important for you? I think coaching is at the core of my role as a leader, as a Partner at a Global Consulting firm based out of Switzerland, but also as a human being. Coaching gives permission and is the key to unlocking the full potential of a person. Every person deserves...

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Vocations and Avocations: Making CSR globally and morally relevant

May 23, 2018

In this era, where we as human beings are connected on multiple levels, a global outlook will be immensely beneficial for us in the field of social change where we try to make the three broad stakeholders – corporates, governments and NGOs/CSOs - collaborate. Whatever be the difficulty of...

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Discover Your True North: A Combat Veteran’s Experience at Yale School of Management

September 13, 2017

My journey at Yale SOM started with a research for top-notch leadership development program that supplements my military training and fits in following criteria: Accepts and values the Veterans of the United States Military Honors the request for Post 9/11 G.I. Bill and has Yellow...

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