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Sun 14 Apr 2024

7:00 AM - 8:30 AM (UTC+5.5)

Live conversation with Prasad Kaipa


Greetings from the Institute of Indic Wisdom & thanks for your interest in Discontinuous Learning!

As promised, we are conducting a “Live conversation with Prasad Kaipa” on the ideas discussed in his book “Discontinuous Learning: Igniting the Genius Within by Aligning Self, Work and Family” as per the following schedule:

  • 14th April 2024: Sunday: 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM India Standard Time
  • 14th April 2024: Sunday: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM India Standard Time
  • 21st April 2024: Sunday: 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM India Standard Time

You may register for any of the above sessions.

The discussions in the session will be highly interactive & will revolve around:

  • Ideas from the book that connected with you.
  • Ideas from the book that you disagree with.
  • Ideas from the book that you think are NOT relevant anymore.
  • Examples from your life that agree/disagree with the ideas in the book.

Obviously, if you have read the book, even partly, you will be able to participate in the discussion & contribute to it. However, even if you haven’t been able to read the book, you are welcome to join the sessions & learn from the discussions.

The “Live conversation with Prasad Kaipa” event will be held Live on LinkedIn on those scheduled days/times. We will inform you of the links & the login formalities in due course.

Note: There is no registration fee for the event.


Prasad Kaipa

Retired Fortune 200 C-Suite Coach, Co-founder of Institute Of Indic Wisdom

Prasad Kaipa was a thought leader and a top Management Thinker of Indian origin till 2019. Prasad’s unique approach was in integrating business approaches with brain research and spirituality / wisdom models. In addition to having advised and coached 130+ C-level executives at Fortune 500 companies, he used Bhagavad Gita framework and several interviews with CEOs to co-author a bestselling book “From Smart to Wise” in 2013. He founded the Center of Leadership, Innovation, and Change (CLIC) at the Indian School of Business (ISB) as well as co-founded TiE Silicon Valley's Entrepreneur Institute, with 13,000+ participants over 10 years. Since his retirement, he is working with several non-profits (focused on education and youth) and enjoying reflecting on his learnings from Indian spiritual wisdom and focusing on inner transformation.