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Bala Balachandran has had over 45 years experience in HR at senior levels both in India and Australia. He was with All India Management Association between 1963 and 86, as Deputy Director General before migration to Australia in 1986.
From 1989 to 2008, he was with the largest federal government agency in Australia – Australian Taxation Office – as HR Advisor and throughout his career has been involved in management development, education and professional development at senior policy making and implementation levels. He has an MBA with distinction from Faculty of Management Studies, and bachelors degree from University of Delhi. He was also an Associate Fellow of Australian Human Resources Institute for over a decade. He is now involved in with few voluntary organisations to help people settle down on arrival in Australia.
A career diplomat, Shri Malay Mishra joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1979 and has served Indian Missions in France, Senegal, Mauritius, USA, Iran, Germany and Seychelles in different capacities. Recently, he was Joint Secretary heading Policy, Planning and Research Division in the Ministry of External Affairs before assuming the charge of High Commissioner of India to Trinidad and Tobago on 2 March, 2009. Shri Mishra has extensively worked in the areas of culture and information and dealt with the Indian community in the above countries, actively networking and supporting their activities. Shri Mishra has extensively worked in the areas of culture and information and dealt with the Indian community in the above countries, actively networking and supporting their activities. He is currently Ambassador of India to Bosnia and Herzegovina.Posted on
Jody Fry has a Ph.D. in Organization Theory and Behavior from The Ohio State University, an MBA from American University, and a BS in Industrial Engineering from Southern Methodist University. In addition to spending 8 years in private enterprise, he has been a faculty member at Texas A & M University and The University of Washington. Currently, he is a professor at Tarleton State University-Central Texas where he is the coordinator of their MS Management and Leadership Program and teaches the following courses: organizational change and development, organizational design, organizational behavior, ethics and leadership, managerial statistics, and business research methods. Dr. Fry is published in numerous scholarly journals including The Leadership Quarterly, The Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Business Ethics, The Academy of Management Journal, and The Academy of Management Review and has served on numerous editorial review boards. Presently, he is a member of the editorial review board of The Leadership Quarterly, a Co-editor of The Journal of Management Spirituality and Religion, and the editor for Information Age Publishing for a book series, Advances in Workplace Spirituality: Theory, Research, and Application. His teaching, research, consulting and executive development interests are focused on maximizing the triple bottom line through the spiritual leadership balanced scorecard business modelPosted on
Bertram H. Raven received his BA and MA (1948, 1949) in psychology from Ohio State University and his PhD (1953) in social psychology from the University of Michigan. He has been a member of the faculty of the Psychology Department at UCLA since 1956, where he is currently a Professor Emeritus, recalled and still active in research and instruction. At UCLA, he was also director of the Survey Research Center, director of a training program in health psychology, and chair of the Department of Psychology. He has served as a visiting professor and lecturer at the University of Nijmegen, Netherlands; Hebrew University in Jerusalem; London School of Economics; University of Washington; and University of Hawaii; as well as external examiner for the University of the West Indies.Posted on
Dr. Josef Boehle is Research Fellow in Globalisation, Religion and Politics at the Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham, and Coordinator of the UNESCO Chair in Interfaith Studies at the University of Birmingham. His current research focuses on Religions, Civil Society and International Institutions and he conducts research for the Religions and Development research programme at the University of Birmingham. He helped to organise major conferences and summits addressing inter-religious, inter-cultural and inter-civilisational issues, including a Symposium at UNESCO headquarters in Paris on Unity in Diversity. Ethical and Spiritual Visions for the World in November 2000. He participated in the Millennium NGO Forum at the UN in May 2000, the Millennium World Peace Summit at the UN in August 2000, the annual meetings of the Academic Council on the United Nations System, and gave a presentation at the UN conference on Interfaith Cooperation for Peace in June 2005.Posted on
Dr Rattan K. Datta was project coordinator for the development of Medium Range weather forecasting in G.O .I.He is also Fellow of Computer Society of India, Met Society of India & I.E.T.E.Was National president of CSI, I.MET Soc,ICT section of IISCA & GAMS. Dr Datta was advisor of W.M.O at the river Nile’s project in East Africa. He has travelled to the various countries & delivered key note addresses. He is an active social worker also.Posted on