Personality of an arranged marriage bride
Abhijit, who is chief learning officer, Wipro group, talks the same language, says his wife is his inspiration, critic and support. In different occasions I’ve met the couple, I found Dalinian indications in their fresh, friendly relationship. As though still dating, Nandini would excitedly make ‘boyfriend’ Abhijit taste something she liked over dinner. The impulsiveness in their bond would surely bring out the writer’s inner essence.
Such spontaneity over the new is what Abhijit describes as personality in his new book. In fact the crux of his human resources brushstroke for talent hunting is personality, understanding what the candidate will do in future: “A lot of hiring is done by the resume. That’s quite useless because it’s about something already done.” For Abhijit, a candidate’s personality comes from his urge to mix with unconventional pieces of life, not be stereotyped in any aspect, not even the food he eats or friends he mixes with. My takeaway from Abhijit is that regular life is anti-formula for developing a personality, only a discomfort zone has ingredients to
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