Regular Seminar sponsored by the MBA Association:

With Param Srikantia, popular presenter of "Why Life Sucks"


A Medley of Eastern Nonsense
Radically Diverse Insights on Success, Parenting, Marriage and Life
Sunday, November 23, 2014
1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Kamm Hall, Room 215
On the BW campus

These events are open to the public.  Bring your family, friends and co-workers.  To register, email
Read more about Param Srikantia here.

Program Details

A Medley of Eastern Nonsense
Radically Diverse Insights on Success, Parenting, Marriage and Life

Designed to jump start your Thanksgiving, this exquisitely prepared "Param Medley" represents the finest in global spiritual cuisine, providing food for thought on the existential dilemmas and struggles of everyday living with organic ingredients sourced from the greatest mystics of the world.
Due to persistent demands from participants who missed several of the new titles, this medley of radically diverse insights is drawn from all of Param's different seminars. This session will present outside-the-box perspectives drawn from Eastern wisdom traditions on success, parenting, marriage, somnambulism and life and offer you the potential for major breakthroughs in enjoying the miracle of everyday living.  Link here to a recent story.

About the Speaker

Dr. Param Srikantia, a Professor in the Division of Business Administration at Baldwin Wallace College, is a former television host in India who knows the art of entertaining and energizing a live audience! Param published his book “The Architecture of Human Greatness” based on a five year research study, talking to thousands of people from around the world about extraordinary moments in their life. Param has authored over 35 scholarly papers in Management, Organizational Behavior, and Globalization that he has published or presented at conferences in the United States, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University and Master’s Degrees in Business Administration, Human Resources and Organizational Psychology. Param has worked for the World Bank Group, Arthur Andersen, the Unilever Group, the American Cyanamid Company, Lederle Laboratories and the Tata Group of Companies. He has taught as Lead Faculty at the Weatherhead School of Management, at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio and as Visiting Faculty at the School of Public Policy, George Mason University, Washington D.C. He has also taught at the business program at the University of Iowa in the U.S., at Jamnalal Bajaj Institute in India and FAE Business School in Brazil.


Many of us are pursuing success in different forms. Yet, we seldom stop and question if these images of success we inherited from our upbringing are really serving us in living fulfilling lives and in tapping into our inner talents, or are a burden to us, imprisoning us while making us subservient to external expectations. This talk will expose you to multiple paradigms of success and give you the opportunity to profoundly understand the challenges of your inner journey in a reflective and contemplative space. You will be invited to go beyond your everyday notions of success/failure and to experience the richness of your own being in a manner that is rarely possible in the 'busyness' of everyday living. Rather than succumbing to the seriousness of institutional bureaucratic living as we all do from time to time, you will begin to approach the future with a liberating playfulness, able to appreciate both the comic and tragic aspects of our obsession with success and our fear of failure. The talk will draw from distant repositories of global wisdom and will therefore enable you to examine your life from perspectives rarely available to you through your formal education. This will be a truly exciting pilgrimage of discovery into both the distant peaks and valleys of a global landscape and the deeply buried treasures of your inner consciousness.

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