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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #100 on: August 10, 2020, 12:03:00 PM »
Observing shortcomings by the Staff

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 10
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 110
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 110
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
न न्यूनं  लक्षयेत्कस्य पूरयेत  स्वशक्ति I
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द्राक्कुर्यात् समर्थश्चेत्साशं  दीर्घ न   रक्षयेत II 232
Translation:-
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 231=232)
The staff /subordinate should pay attention to correcting their own shortcomings rather than observing other’s shortcomings. By helping others , friendship  strengthens. If somebody  promises for a job then first complete the promised job.  If somebody is capable then he should complete the job immediately without delay . He should not delay the job for long.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 231=232)

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 94   
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #101 on: August 11, 2020, 01:15:40 PM »
Staff should not try to open the Secret of Chief executive officer

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 10
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 110
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 110
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
गुह्यम कर्म च मन्त्रं  च न  भर्तु: सम्प्रकाशयेत I
विद्वेषम च विनाशं च  मनसपि न चिंतयेत् II
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 233)
Translation –
It is clear advice to the staff of king not to know or let know the secret of the King. The King staff should have envious emotion for the king. The King staff newver think about wrong for the king.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 231=233)
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 94   
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Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of Chief Executive Officers; Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of Managing Directors; Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of Chief Operating officers (CEO); Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of  General Mangers; Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of Chief Financial Officers (CFO) ; Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of Executive Directors ; Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of  Managers; Refreshing Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of  Executive Directors; Refreshing Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for  Staff should not  be interested in Secrets of President



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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #102 on: August 12, 2020, 11:09:09 AM »
Behaviour of Subordinates related to the master

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 10
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 110
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 110
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
राजा परम मित्रोअस्ति न कामं विचरेदिति I
स्त्रीभिस्तदर्थिभि: पापैर्वैरिभूतै:  निराकृतै: II 234
एकार्थ चर्या साहित्यं संसर्ग च  विवर्जयेत  I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 234)
Translation:-
The King’s staff should not behave sporty or pushful behaviour with the King as if he /she s close friend of the King. The King’s staff should not have enmity with poise women, head of territory, neither should have friendship with those are discarded by boss . The wise staff should leave the connection those are against your master 
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 234
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 95   
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Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to Chief Executive Officers; Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to Managing Directors; Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to Chief Operating officers (CEO); Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to  General Mangers; Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to Chief Financial Officers (CFO) ; Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to Executive Directors ; Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to ; Refreshing Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to  Managers; Refreshing Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to  Executive Directors; Refreshing Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for staff about friendly and non-friendly behaviour related to President


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #103 on: August 14, 2020, 01:23:21 PM »
The staff should neither copy the dressing style nor other styles of CEO

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 13
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 113
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 113
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
वेशभाषानुकरण न     कुर्यात्पृथिवीपते:   I
सम्पन्नोपि च मेधावी न स्पर्धत च त्द्गुणऐ II 235)
Translation:-
Nobody should copy the dressing style and other styles of the King nor should show more skilful or competent than the King.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 235)
 The Chief executive officer and other top brass of the organization are definitely egoistic and it is better not to hurt their ego. Therefore, the staff should avoid copying the dress style and other styles of bosses. 
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 95   
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Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the Chief Executive Officers; Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the Managing Directors; Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the Chief Operating officers (CEO); Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the  General Mangers; Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the Chief Financial Officers (CFO) ; Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the Executive Directors ; Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the ; Refreshing Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the  Managers; Refreshing Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the  Executive Directors; Refreshing Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for  employees  not  to copy the dress style and other styles of the President





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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #104 on: August 22, 2020, 11:50:07 AM »
The symbols of the Pleased Boss

Symbols of    Chief Executive officer
(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 16
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 116
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 116
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
द्रष्टवा प्रसन्नो भवति वाच्यं गृह्वाति चादरात्  III 241II
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कथान्तरेषु स्मरति प्रहृष्ट  वदनस्तथा II 244 II
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 241- 244)
Translation-
If the King is pleased by seeing the subordinate, if king listens the subordinate respectfully, If the kings offers seat to the subordinate; if the king is happy to meet alone and happily ; if the king welcomes the subordinate and accepts the gift from subordinate ; if  the King memorises happily  the smallest t act of subordinate;  It is clear that the King is pleased with the subordinate and subordinate should serve the boss pleasurably .
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 241- 244)

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 96   
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Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased Managing Director; Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased Chief Operating officer (CEO); Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased  General Mangers; Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased Chief Financial Officers (CFO) ; Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased Executive Director ; Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased ; Refreshing Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased  Managers; Refreshing Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for  subordinate knowing symbols of   the pleased President


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #105 on: August 24, 2020, 10:17:15 AM »

Guidelines for Staff pleasing and praising the Chief Executive officer

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 17
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 117
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 117
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
तद्द्तवस्त्रभुषादि चिन्हं संध्यारयेत्   सदा I
न्यूनाधिक्यं  स्वाधिकार्ये नित्यं  निवेदयेत्त II 245II
तदर्थां तत्कृतां वार्तां  शृणुयाद्वापि  कीर्तयेत्   I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 245)
Translation –
If the King offers dresses  after being pleased the subordinate should put on  the  dresses and should inform the king about weaknesses and strength in his area of operation. The staff should also praise the King after hearing the King or  should praise the king while talking with the King .
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 245)

References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 96   
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Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the Chief Executive Officers; Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the Managing Directors; Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the Chief Operating officers (CEO); Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the  General Mangers; Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the Chief Financial Officers (CFO) ; Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the Executive Directors ; Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the ; Refreshing Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the  Managers; Refreshing Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the  Executive Directors; Refreshing Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for  the Staff for praising and pleasing the President


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #106 on: August 25, 2020, 12:29:47 PM »
 Great Poet Bharavi and his creation ‘ Kiratarjunya’ the great Epic
 
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 Bharavi was one of great Sanskrit Classic poets. Bharavi is famous for creating Sanskrit Classic epic ‘Kirataarjunya (Arjun and Mountain ma Kirata).
 Scholars do not have much about the life of Great Poet  of Arthalnkar (Similes ,Metaphor  , Hyperbole figure of Speeches) Bharavi. (1)
 A Chalukya inscription (Karnataka) of  634 BCE describes Bharavi and Kalidasa (1). In another inscription, Western Ganga dynasty  King Durinita mentions having written commentary of 15th Sarga (canto  )  of Kiratarjuna created by Bharavi .  Shasirtal states that it is believed that Durinita ruled lived latter half of 6th Century. (1)
The 7th Century Poet Dandin mentioned that his great-grandfather was a friend of Bharavi.
                              Kiratarjunya 
Bharavi took the famous story from Mahabharata for his Kiratarjunya. The story is that Sage Vyasa advised Pandava for tapa in collecting arms and weapons in the forest period. Arjuna Pandava goes to propitiate Indra for becoming more powerful. Arjun went to Indrakila and Indra advised Arjun for meet Shiva. Arjuna started a severe penance to please Shiva. When he was to reach Shiva, Arjun saw a demon in the form of a boar.  Arjuna threw arrows on the boar but a Kirata also threw arrows on the boar. Then there was a fierce fight for a kill between Arjuna and Kirata.  Initially the fight was by arrow and then the fight reached to missiles. Later on , Arjuna realised that the Kirata was not a human . Kirata disclosed that He was Shiva. Shiva was pleased and offered Arjuna the arms and blessing.
There are 18 canto *Sarga) in Kirata Arjuna as are  in Mahabharata. .
References-
1-Shasirtal, Meera S, , Bharavi : The Great Sanskrit Poet, The Free Press Journal , November 1, 2015 
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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #107 on: August 27, 2020, 12:40:46 PM »
Dealing with CEO that is under influence of  Backbiters

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 18
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 118
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 118
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti) 
 
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  जारसूचकदोषेण त्वन्यथा यद्वदेन्नृप: II 246II
श्रीणुयान्मौनमाश्रित्य          तत्थ्यवन्नानुमोदयेत I
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 246)
Translation-
If the King speaks negative because of influence from backbiters, the king staff should hear the king but not accept . That means just ignore the negative speech by the king.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 246)
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 96   
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Guidelines for Staff  dealing with Chief Executive Officer under influence of backbiters ; Guidelines for Staff  dealing with Managing Director under influence of backbiters; Guidelines for Staff  dealing with Chief Operating officers (CEO); Guidelines for Staff  dealing with  General Manger under influence of backbiters; Guidelines for Staff  dealing with Chief Financial Officers (CFO) under influence of backbiters; Guidelines for Staff  dealing with Executive Director under influence of backbiters ; Guidelines for Staff  dealing with ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff  dealing with  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff  dealing with COO under influence of backbiters ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff  dealing with CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff  dealing with  Manager under influence of backbiters ;  Refreshing Guidelines for Staff  dealing with  Executive Director ; under influence of backbiters Refreshing Guidelines for Staff  dealing with MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff  dealing with Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Staff  dealing with President  under influence of backbiters

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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #108 on: August 28, 2020, 01:12:58 PM »
The devotion of Employee towards Employer is essential

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 19
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 119
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 119
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
 आपद्गतं सुभार्तारं कदापि न परित्यजयेत II 247II
एकवारमप्यशितं यस्यान्नं ह्यादरेण च I
तदिष्टं चिन्तये नित्यं  पालक्स्यान्जसा न किम्म II 248II
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 247-48)
Translation
The great subordinate never leaves the King/ employer/ boss who is in trouble. If the man takes salary/meal/food/salt from the king/ employer, how come the employee can think harming the employer?  It means that employees should never think of harming employers.                                                       
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 247-48)
  The Chief Executive officer should take a note that the organization requires devoted employees but it is the job of the organization to build devotion from employees
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 96   
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Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards Chief Executive Officer; Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards Managing Director; Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards Chief Operating officer (CEO); Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards  General Manger; Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ; Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards Executive Director ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards  CEO; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards COO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards CFO ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards  Managers; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards  Executive Director; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards MD ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards Chairman ; Refreshing Guidelines for Employees for Devotion towards President
 


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Re: Chief Executive Officer Guidelines, CEO Refreshing Guidelines
« Reply #109 on: August 29, 2020, 10:52:13 AM »
Importance of Karma, Action, Execution for getting Promotion

(Examples from Shukra Niti for Chief executive Officer)
Appointing and Training the Department Head Strategies for CEO – 20
Successful Strategies for successful Chief executive Officer – 120
Guidelines for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) series – 120
(Guiding Lessons for CEOs based on Shukra Niti)
(Refreshing notes for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) based on Shukra Niti)   
By: Bhishma Kukreti (Sales and Marketing Consultant)
अप्रधान: प्रधान: स्यात्काले चात्यन्तसेवानात् I
प्रधानोअप्यप्रधान: स्यात्सेवालस्यादिना यत: II
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 249)
Translation:-
When a low cadre employee helps the King at a bad time or required time, the lowest cadre employee might get the minister post. However, due to non-action/non-execution by the minister /chief could be demoted to ordinary servant.
(Shukra Niti Second Chapter Yuvrajadi Lakshan, 249)
 In the life, the role of action or execution is more what is written in books and what all consultants teach us. In any organizations – business, political or social organizations, the person executing the jobs as per need gets promotion.
Execution is a better principle to talk about but hard to perform practically.
 The rules for the perfect executions/actions are –
Focus on limited options that is -the  only one task that is the Most important task.
The person should keep in mind that the organization is more important than the person.
Application of Fours Ds is important – Do it, Delegate it, Defer it,  Dump it
The clear, competent execution strategy is a must
The executioner/action taker should have the passion for the task.
 In other words the action taker should know the following
Where to go?-Objectives/goals
What is to be done-Plan?
How could be done –Role
What will I get – Rewards
References -
1-Shukra Niti, Manoj Pocket Books Delhi, page 97   
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Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of Chief Executive Officers;  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of Managing Directors;  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of Chief Operating officers (CEO);  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of  General Manager;  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of Chief Financial Officers (CFO) ;  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of Executive Directors ;  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of ; Refreshing  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of  CEO; Refreshing  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of COO ; Refreshing  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of CFO ; Refreshing  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of  Managers; Refreshing  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of  Executive Directors; Refreshing  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of MD ; Refreshing  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of Chairman ; Refreshing  Guidelines for  Taking  actions/executions as per need of President
 


 

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