Inclusiveness: Doing well while doing Good

 
Happened to watch this video sometime back. (One of the few good things in favour of spending long hours, days… and months on FaceBook!)

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It got me worked up enough to tweet about this the entire day that followed, ‘tweeting’ way beyond human limits!

At last count, I had managed to pull some 400+ odd tweets; and spread the video on FaceBook (FB) like fire.

Result: Some 15+ odd friends in my FB network shared it within the next day,  with approx 4-5 comments on an average, and quite a few likes on the shared link.  I could not track beyond that, but I did get this gut feeling that the message would make its way through my 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree connections (refer Human Web) within that week itself.

Almost a year back, I remember logging onto the ‘Zen Garden’ section by Subroto Bagchi,and reading this interview: In Conversation with Patu Keswani (Founder, Lemon Tree Hotels) – Forbes India Felt good to know about the 4% guys he had figured into his scheme of things for Lemon Tree.

If you read the article closely: “Guiding Principles: It’s very simple equation — my job is to take care of the employees, the employees’ job is to take care of the guests and guests would then take care of the returns” makes for good business sense. But does the same apply when you factor in Inclusiveness, with people with special needs forming part of your team?

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