What does a journey of internal personal
transformation combined with a deep focus on contribution
to society look like?
Here's what some of the team members
at Illumine say:
|“When you transcend the
paradox between your own fulfillment and the organizational
purpose, you find yourself in a new space which is so
simple and simplicity creating.”
Prior to joining Illumine,
was with Ernst & Young, as an Associate Director and
earlier with Bharat Petroleum a Fortune 500 company in
|“If one went mountain
climbing, would you call that a career?”
Part of the early team of
explorers at Illumine.
at Illumine" is like the life of a "forward
biased Light Emitting Diode". Once the "free"
electrons are able to clear the "barrier" potential,
the ride is on! Leading you from darkness to light
Angad, a fourth year Engineering
student, was a summer intern at Illumine.
Here's what some of our client team members say about co-creating
|“As a person
I have never felt more 'known'. This includes near and
dear ones like parents, spouse, friends etc.. 'Known'
here is far different from being gauged or fathomed. The
'known' which I talk about here, is of a level that helps
me discover parts of myself.
It instills ever more confidence in myself, reduces fear/s
and induces humility. This has enhanced sensitivity and
creativity in me giving rise to a deeper and deeper understanding
of the subject/s dealt with.
The frameworks used at Illumine help me remain focused
and be more productive.
I feel very lucky to have an opportunity to work with
Manager, Oil Company
thinking is what I have experienced and trying to learn
from Illumine. No attachment to already established concepts
or already revealed and discussed and concluded nice ideas/thoughts
- just to the purpose. This is challenging in the beginning
but highly freeing once you comprehend what is going on.”
Head HR, Large
Financial Services Company
with Illumine was like undertaking a journey without knowing
the destination but knowing the purpose of the journey,
like the Sherpas who act as guides to the mountaineer
who knows the peak he wants to climb. The purpose and
goal was achieved, moving five steps forwards, three steps
back, round the bush, over thin ice. We finally got there.”