Asha Aravindakshan is the first person friends call when they want to make a career move. Early in her career, she learned the importance of identifying and articulating her own transferable skills to land jobs she loves. Asha also developed key skills in relationship building and business networking to overcome the loneliness that many job seekers experience. She served on the alumni boards of both of her alma maters. This vantage, along with her own experiences, led Asha to write her debut book, Skills: The Common Denominator, to help more people find fulfillment in their professional lives. During her executive career, she streamlined business operations to maximize accountability, growth and strategic alignment of diverse organizations. Asha speaks regularly on the future of work and digital transformation. She holds a B.B.A. from The George Washington University and M.B.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
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