Mukesh Bio

I am an Author of a book titled “Your Startup Mentor”, the first and only business Poem available on Amazon. This book is available for kindle on Amazon here. I am a Corporate Rebel, Instigator, Change Agent & an Early Adopter of technology.

In my past avatar, I was a founder-CEO of a retail start-up.

I am currently involved in managing multiple communities and a Design Thinking Coach.  

All views expressed in this blog are my personal views only and is not endorsed by my past, current or future employers.

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello,

    I came across your blog at blogadda.com and I liked it. It shows your Business Savvy and on those lines, I would like it if oyu could take out some time and review a new blog I am putting together at careersinbizness.in

    Do let me know what you think of it. Suggestions would be most welcome.

    Regards, Ankita.

    1. Hi Ankita

      Thanks for your kind words. I say your site and I must say that i am not only very impressed with the content that you create but also became a fan of the work that you are doing through your site. I shall continue to be an avid reader of your site. If there is anything that i can do to support your endeavor, please dont hesitate to reach out to me (mgr@rmukeshgupta.com).

      I am looking forward to reading much more of your content..

      Thanks for stopping by on my blog..


  2. Hello Mukesh!

    Really enjoyed your article about employee retention on Business 2 Community. I do agree that these are not your typical strategies but they do work. With the Millennials taking over the work force, it’s important to understand how to retain the best employees. Helping your employees grow is a way to start! Our studies have shown that employees are more likely to take a lower pay for professional growth.

    Mukesh, I’m reaching out today because based on your focus employee and customer engagement, I’d thought you’d be interested in hearing about TINYpulse. The tool offers leaders a way to measure how happy, frustrated, or burnt out employees are before retention sinks and issues grow beyond control by sending out a light, weekly survey.

    If you have 15 minutes this week, I would love to share our story with you.

    Look forward to connecting!

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