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Today I am delighted to welcome Dr Sanjeevv Khanna who after 30 years in corporate in India has founded the Academy of Self-Maximisation as india’s first licensed Ikigai coach, a concept I am totally passionate about. Tune in as Sanjeevv explains what this Japanese concept stands for, how crucial it is for a life of happiness and fulfilment and how we can discover and live our own Ikigai.
Dr. Sanjeevv Khanna is an avid learner and has completed numerous management and life programs from prestigious institutions, such as IIM, IBMI-Berlin, University of Manchester, England, Stanford University, Oxford University, Harvard Business School, and the World Bank Group. He has also completed management programs in London and Canada.
Dr. Khanna is a certified and registered Indian Director for Indian Boards and has over 30 years of corporate experience having worked with many high-profile Indian Corporates as well as Multinational Companies. In his distinguished career spanning over three decades, he has been instrumental in offering customized business solutions to multi-cultural and diverse industries.
He has also been a strategic advisor to numerous Boards and Top Management, providing guidance on Business Excellence, Supply Chain, Human Resources, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Sustainability. He has been awarded the Honorary Doctorate for his services.
Dr. Sanjeevv Khanna is also a certified Human Resources Director, a Career and Life Coach certified by ICF, an NLP practitioner, and a Thought Leader. He founded the Academy for Self-Maximization as India’s first licensed Ikigai coach, certified by the Ikigai Coaching Institute of the Netherlands.
Ikigai is Ikigai (Book)
The Art of Self Maximization (Book)
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