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Location: Maryland, United States
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Bhavesh brings cultural transformation in business organizations by engaging the humanity of their people. He has done this with 368 companies with 1246 professionals, in over 700 instructor-led workshops with more than 1000 hours of in-person, live training.
He has assembled these skills and experience in a teachable framework called Humanity Frameworkᵀᴹ, an organizational and cultural transformation methodology that honors, unlocks and channels the innate humanity of people and helps business leaders build enduring organizations.
Need an expert to talk about how business leaders can build enduring organizations through the innate humanity of their people? Invite me to be a guest.
Topics I Can Discuss
- 1How to Build a Self-Sustaining, Self-Perpetuating, Long-Lasting Organization
- 2Executable Business Philosophy: Your Golden Ticket to a Self-Sustaining Business that Scales
- 3How Compassionate Leadership Helps You Build a Self-Sustaining Business on Autopilot
- 4Humanness: the Missing Element in Modern Business Management
- 5Organizational Habits: The Next Frontier in Business Process Development
- 6Empathetic Leadership: The Key Ingredient in Building a Self-Sustaining Business on Autopilot
- 7How Being Your Own Best Business Philosopher Helps you Build a Self-Sustaining Business
- 8What Does It Mean to be the Best Business Philosopher Your Business Has?
Interview Questions You Can Ask Me
Here are some questions you can ask me. They may serve as an inspiration to ask your own questions or you can ask them out-of-the-box. They can also serve as follow-up questions in a more nuanced conversation.
- 1What led to your transition from engineering to business performance consulting? What makes you an expert on bringing the human element in business management?
- 2What is an Executable Business Philosophy? How does it help in building a self-sustaining business on autopilot?
- 3What is humanity-based management? What does it mean to be human and how does it that apply to business management?
- 4What are organizational habits? How are they different from systems and processes that every self-sustaining business need to set up? How do they help in building a self-sustaining business on autopilot?
- 5What are some misconceptions about Hero's Journey? How does Hero's Journey tie together the pieces of a business' executable business philosophy?
- 6What is causing great resignation and quite-quitting? Is there a way to reverse these trends? With remote working here to stay, what are some strategies to better engage their employee to their work?
- 7What is cultural alignment? Why is it important in creating the foundation for a self-sustaining business?
- 8What is your definition of being human? Are we not all human? Why is it important to even define what it means to be human?
- 9What's missing in the modern management theories? How were they developed? Are they still relevant in managing today's knowledge work?
- 10What does it mean to be a business philosopher? Why should a business leader become her own best business philosopher?
- 11Why are my employees more engaged with their side-hustle or a weekend charity work than their work? Why do they have a 9-to-5 mentality? What can their leaders and managers do about it?
- 12What are the phases in which a business organization can become self-sustaining? Why should we build a self-sustaining business in phases?
- 13What are the dimension of a human being? How many are we using today? How many should we be using ideally?
More Interview Questions
Here are some more questions you can ask me. They may serve as an inspiration to ask your own questions or you can ask them out-of-the-box. They can also serve as follow-up questions in a more nuanced conversation.
You are an engineer by education and worked in technology earlier. What led to your transition from engineering to business performance consulting?
What makes you an expert on the topic of bringing the human element in business management?
What is your work based on? What is your experience and educational background that brought you here?
What does it mean to be the best business philosopher your business has?
Why do we need to be the best business philosophers in our business? What would that accomplish?
Who should be the business philosophers in their business?
You say that business leaders and founders need to be their own best business philosophers to create a long-lasting business. Are you saying that some of the most successful businesses are led by business philosophers? Can you give me some examples of how that is true for some of the most successful business enterprises?
What do you mean by Executable Business Philosophy and how does it relate to building a self-sustaining business on autopilot?
What is an executable business philosophy and how is it different from a classical definition of a business philosophy?
What is the philosophical foundation of a business and what's the purpose of having it?
Is being empathetic in business management a liability? If I am not a ruthless leader, is it still possible for me to be a great leader or a manager?
Can a compassionate, empathetic business leader build a self-sustaining, self-perpetuating, scalable business on autopilot?
Why are the empathetic leaders are the best leaders to build self-sustaining businesses?
Is empathetic leadership an asset or a liability in building a self-sustaining businesses?
What is humanity-based management?
What does it mean to be human in your view and how that apply to business management?
What is cognitive dissonance and how does it drive human behaviors?
What does cognitive dissonance have to do with managing a business or marketing and selling?
What drives us as human beings? How can we bring that into our daily management of people, to our sales process and to our marketing strategies?
What is Humanity Framework? How does it apply to building a self-sustaining business on autopilot?
What are organizational habits?
How do they help in building a self-sustaining business on autopilot?
How are they different from systems and processes that every self-sustaining business needs to have set up?
Is it enough to set up repeatable systems and processes for business that wants to be self-sustainable?
You speak about Hero's Journey in a slightly different context than how people use it in marketing and copywriting. You have stated that it can be a model to tie together all pieces of a business' executable business philosophy. Can you explain how that can be done?
What is a common and critical misconception among copywriters, sales professionals and business managers when it comes to the Hero's Journey formula?
With remote working here to stay, what are some things that business leaders can do to better engage their employee to their work?
What is quite-quitting? What are some ideas and strategies you can share to deal with this issue?
What are your thoughts on great resignation? What do you think is causing it? Is there a way to reverse it?
What is cultural alignment? Why is it important in creating the foundation for a self-sustaining business?
What is your definition of being human? Are we not all human?
Why is it important to even define what it means to be human?
What's missing in the modern management theories? How were they developed? What is their genesis? Are they still relevant in managing today's knowledge work?
What does it mean to be a business philosopher?
What are some dimensions of being a complete human vs being a fragmented human?
Why are employees more engaged with their side hustle, an after-hours project or a weekend charity work than their work? Why do they have a 9-to-5 mentality? What can I, the business leader or a team supervisor, do about it?
What are the phases in which a business organization can become self-sustaining? Why should we build a self-sustaining business in phases?
What are the dimension of a human being? How many are we using today? How many should we be using ideally?
Are their any studies and statistics that tell us how efficiently we are running our human organizations? What is the level of our employees' engagement to their work? What has it been historically ? Is it improving or worsening?
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