Ashikka Mooloo Veerasamy is a successful author, entrepreneur, speaker and coach. The past 15 years have taken her on a journey of both personal and professional discovery; it is during this period that she was able to establish that business does not operate in isolation from the human element and that understanding and accepting ‘humanness’ is a crucial factor to overall business success. Ashikka is a proponent of holistic, integrated work environments. It is her belief that the external presentation of business brings with it a telling tale of what lies within.
Ashikka is credited with a “can do!” life philosophy. She successfully completed an MBA in marketing, as well as the prestigious Chartered Marketer of South Africa programme. Her philosophy extended to business, with the establishment of a logistics company against the backdrop of the colourful, South African business milieu.
International and local businesses have enjoyed the privilege of working with Ashikka in areas of sales, marketing and operational management. She has worked metaphysically with teachers such as Dr. Baruch Banai, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Neville Goddard and Anthony Robbins. Ashikka is determined to stay REAL—to get to the core and reach for the truth, always striving for sustainable change!
Charge Up Your Organisation reveals the direct relationship between organisational ‘Diss-Ease’ and the consequence to corporate profitability. A company’s response to ‘misbehaviour’ is at best a reaction, after which a crisis often shows itself within the organisation. These are the consequences of diss-ease at a very basic level, and may have been avoided had there been devotion to understanding and acknowledging that human capital is the biggest investment any business can make.
The true cost of such eruptions can never be accurately determined. Effects are felt through the company—from the absent employee who is unable to perform his assigned duties, to the customer who does not communicate dissatisfaction but decides to move her business away. The outcome of any manifestation of organisational Diss-Ease is a hit to company profits.
By respecting and acknowledging the relationship between company profits and the crucial human capital component, companies can benefit financially from organisational health and wellness. Ashikka Veerasamy presents a call to action, demonstrating the emotional and financial costs to companies and employees when the relationship between them is affected and infected.
It is time for business leaders to prioritise human capital as the single largest investment in their organisations. Employees have earned their place at the helm of corporate strategy and should not go unnoticed. This is not for the fickle or faint of heart; as an initiator for sustainable change, leadership will require resilience and determination.
“Leaders are needed at every level of the organisation.” Charge Up Your Organisation is a call to action for businesses, encouraging them to re-assume control and define a genuine path to sustainable, organisational well-being.
“Charge Up Your Organisation, gets to the point of what business needs, to achieve organisational alignment and make the most of the opportunities that come your way.”
–Berns David Lucanas, author of Time Is Up!
”A fantastic, honest and straightforward book about the effects of organisational diss-ease.”
-Stanley Beckett, author of Liftoff
“It is rare to find such honest advice in such an accessible format. Charge Up Your Organisation will surely be a classic.”
-Ahmad Duranai, author of The Leadership Zone
”This book belongs in the collection of every self-respecting business leader today.”
-Nathaddeus Tan, author of The Success Gene
“So many companies fail to leverage their talent. Reading the advice in this book will help anyone overcome that obstacle and succeed.”
-Jarod Anderson and T.L. Anderson, authors of Five Star Mentality
“Too many leaders overlook the power of culture and the value for integrity, in business performance. reading about the realities in this book will help anyone overcome these obstacles and succeed.”
-Petronilla Muriuki Musau, author of Have Your Cake & Eat It Too!