About Bodhisatva


Are you looking for professional corporate advice in your entrepreneurial organization along with Buddhist concept of personal and occupational growth at your workplace?

Bodhisattva(Sanskrit) , Palibodhisatta(``one whose goal is awakening``), in Buddhism, one who seeks awakening (Bodhi) – hence, an individual on the path to becoming a Buddha.cultivating the qualities of morality, wisdom and compassion among the employees in the corporate culture is the goal of this platform. Building a global corporate culture refers to the shared values, attitudes, standards, and beliefs that characterize members of an organization and define its nature contributing to the unique social and psychological environment of a business. It includes an organization`s expectations, experiences, philosophy, and values that hold it together, and is expressed in its self-image, inner workings, interaction with the outside world, and future expectations.

About Founder & CEO of Bodhisatva

Professional Corporate Trainer with more that fifteen years of experience in the field of academics. Involved in teacher training, corporate mentoring and development of Organizational Behaviour modules.

Management Team

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Founder & CEO


Founder & CEO & Employee

VandanaSahu is a certified Trainer in the Corporates and schools with 18 years of experiencein her domain of OrganisationalBehaviour and Soft Skills. She is settled in Ranchi, India. As a qualified State level lecturer in OB, Communication skills, she has taught in Birsa Agricultural University, Central University of Jharkhand, Xavier`s Institute of Social Services, Usha Martin University, Deepshikha, Ranchi. Currently she is wrking on her Ph.d. on Occupational Stress among Nurses of Jharkhand from Ranchi University. Her sustained social interest is learning spiritual teachings. She is an Arhatic level Practioner in the School of PranicYogVidya under Master ChoaKok Sui, Phillipines. Professional Corporate Trainer with more that fifteen years of experience in the field of academics. Involved in teacher training, corporate mentoring and development of Organizational Behaviour modules.

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Our Vision & Values

Vision : A great culture starts with a mission statement or a purpose. By being authentic and well-displayed, good vision statements can help orient customers, suppliers and other stakeholders.

Values : At the core of a culture is values. Authentic firm vows to serve clients, treat colleagues and uphold professional standards need to be inculcated for a compassionate working environment.

Practices : Values are of little importance unless they are enshrined in a company`s practices. Daily life in the firm should have operational activities to ensure that its values are livable.

People : No company can build a coherent culture without people who either share its core values or possess the willingness and ability to embrace those values. Bringing on the right ``culture carriers`` reinforces the culture an organization already has.

Narrative : Any organization has a unique history- a unique story. And the ability to unearth that history and craft it into narrative is a core element of culture creation. The elements of that narrative can be formal-like Coca-Cola, which dedicated an enormous resource to celebrating its heritage and even has a World of Coke museum in Atlanta- or informal, like those stories about how Steve Jobs` early fascination with calligraphy shaped the aesthetically oriented culture at Apple. But the stories are more powerful when identified, shaped, and retold as a part of a firm`s ongoing culture.

Place : Infrastructural engineering of an environment creates a major source of interaction among employees. The ecosystem of the corporate shapes culture. Open architecture is more conducive to certain office behaviors, like collaboration. Certain cities and countries have local cultures that may reinforce or contradict the culture a firm is trying to create. Place-whether geography, architecture or aesthetic design- impacts the values and behaviours people in a workplace.