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The ten most common ways for building relationships in India and invest in some Relational Capital
In India, atithi devo bava means the guest is like god, but many foreigners turn out to be very bad gods. Here are ways to be more gracious.
34 helpful tips to get the most out of your training in India. Ideal for training professionals conducting sessions in India.
A Book Review of NRI: Now, Returned to India by Amar Vyas
A review of a foundational book on India by Craig Storti
About the time you start packing your bags for your trip to India, the question dawns on you. What am I doing? Maybe it’s clear for…
Sven Brandelik and Charlotta Osterberg - Mohandas discuss the importance of building relationships in India and share their experiences over 8 years
A conversation with Jessica Kumar about the importance of language learning, finding your place in Indian society, and how not to give feedback
An article about the absolute best source for advice on India
How to change your style to lead like a Parent Leader
6 ideas on how to recover if you've offended someone in India
Tips for how to be the chief guest at an Indian function.
Ideas on making processes and systems work
A primer on different Indian naming conventions and how many different names an Indian will have.
Dividing India by religion, sociologically
Five traits that the best users of the paternalistic leadership style use to motivate and show concern for their team members.
Some insights into India's traditional and modern family systems
An introduction to the concept of Parent Leadership
A case study on bad publicity in India
An overview of dharma and how it practically affects the lives of Hindus.
Mastering small talk in India
Why I like arranged marriages, mostly
A look into the Diplomat dispute
Tips on how to act if you are working for a Parent Leader
If you work here, you know that building relationships in India in India is extremely important. I call it building relational capital. Here's why.