Abhijit Bhaduri - Profile
Abhijit Bhaduri is a talent management expert and an executive coach to leaders. He is a certified Independent Director and one of the most followed writers on how technology is changing the world of work. He is the author of the book 'Dreamers and Unicorns - how leadership, talent and culture are the new growth drivers'. He is the former Chief Learning Officer of Wipro. He has led HR teams at Microsoft, PepsiCo, Colgate & Tata Steel. He is on the Advisory Board of the prestigious CLO program by the Univ of Pennsylvania. He is on the Governing Council of MICA, Ahmedabad. A popular keynote speaker, he has spoken at TEDx, INK, NASSCOM and at several top B Schools in India and abroad.
Abhijit is a Strategic advisor to business leaders and organisations in transition. Executive coach to leaders on building a culture that attracts talent necessary to drive growth. Rated among the top 10 learning experts globally. Clients range from Fortune 100 companies to startups and large Indian organizations.
He is a LinkedIn Top Voice. He is the Brand Evangelist for Society for Human Resources Management (India and APAC) and a global influencer for brand Adobe.
Described by Forbes magazine as “One of India's most interesting globalists". Voted as No 1 HR Influencer on Social Media by SHRM. With more than 800,000 followers on LinkedIn and Twitter, he is one of the most influential voices on talent management.
Author of two bestselling books: The Digital Tsunami; Don't Hire the Best - how to hire for culture fit. Latest book "Dreamers & Unicorns: How leadership, talent and culture are the new growth drivers."
Former Chief Learning Officer for Wipro. Alumnus of Microsoft, PepsiCo, Colgate and Tata Steel.
On the Advisory Board of the program for Chief Learning Officers that is run by the Univ of Pennsylvania. Member of the Governing Council of MICA. Certified in Hogan Assessments. "Distinguished Alumnus of XLRI". Certified Independent Director by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt of India.
Blogs for The Economic Times, Times of India. Has written for Business Line and People Matters magazine. Writings published by Forbes, Harvard Business Review, HBR Ascend, Wall Street Journal, SHRM South Asia blog, DDI, and The Conference Board.
- Brand Building
- Human Resources
- Personal Branding
- Future of work