About Abhijit Bhaduri

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Abhijit Bhaduri is a talent management and leadership coach to CXOs and senior business leaders. He advises organisations on talent development and strategy. He also runs short 1-4 day workshops for HR teams and business leaders to build skills for the future. From technology, healthcare, consumer goods, manufacturing, food and pharmaceuticals, he works with a range of companies from startups with a few hundred employees to large global multinationals who employ more than 150,000 employees.

His book The Digital Tsunami is a must read for leaders who are driving digital transformation in their business.

For seven years he was the Chief Learning Officer of Wipro (Revenue $8bn NYSE: WIT). At Wipro he designed the Global 100 program to create a pipeline of future leaders. He has been known for his innovative approaches in creating a learning culture and improving business outcomes through talent management initiatives.

Prior to this he led HR teams at Microsoft, Pepsi, Colgate-Palmolive and Tata Steel.

With more than 200,000 followers, Abhijit is one of the most widely read business leaders from India. SHRM has voted him to be among the top social media influencers. He is on the Advisory Board of the prestigious Chief Learning Officers program run by the University of Pennsylvania and on the Governing Council of MICA Business School.

Abhijit is a popular Keynote speaker <book him for a speaking slot>. His keynotes and master classes at TEDx, INK Conference, The Conference Board, SHRM and NASSCOM have been much appreciated. He regularly addresses top management teams in organizations and industry bodies like CII. He has taught B-School students and top leaders at IIMs, XLRI and IMD, Lausanne. He was conferred the Distinguished Alumnus title from XLRI.

He writes for The Economic Times and blogs for The Times of India. He also writes for YourStory, FactorDaily, People Matters, The Indian Economist. He often writes Op-Eds for Hindu Business Line. His writings have appeared in Forbes and Wall Street Journal. Don’t miss reading his article for Harvard Business Review Ascend

Twitter @AbhijitBhaduri

Email abhijitbhaduri@live.com