Business Coach

The Best Business Coaches in Delhi and India

There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.
— Colin Powell

Many first-generation millionaires are masters at learning from their successes and failures. They tend to be especially adept at finding the reasons for their failures and ensuring they don’t repeat them. The majority of professionals and entrepreneurs are not particularly interested in reliving their mistakes or even diagnostically consider their successes. Nevertheless, when you systematically examine what went right and what went wrong in various business situations, you’ll be able to learn career-advancing solutions.

First generation millionaires usually have a long list of stories about wrong business decisions and bad investments, choosing to work with the wrong people, and so many times where they knew better, but failed to act appropriately. In business failure is inevitable, but the key to success is what you make of your failures.

Smarter entrepreneurs learn not just from their mistakes but also from others. This is where the role of a Business Coach like Suresh Mansharamani comes into play. Suresh Mahasharamani is the leading business coach in Delhi who has helped creative entrepreneurs and businesses build purpose-driven and profitable processes.

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” — Albert Schweitzer

Mr Suresh Mahasharamani, the leading Business Coach believes happy employees are twice as productive as their unhappy counterparts and tend to stay in their jobs up to five times longer. For every unhappy employee, a business loses around 100 days of work a year. Mr. Mahasharamani is also the Best Motivational Speaker in Delhi and helps ensure your workforce is happy, engaged and motivated.


In today’s competitive business milieu, with a workforce that is mainly millennials (people born in the 21st century), businesses need to introduce various programmes and initiatives that ensure their talented workforce has a wonderful time unwinding.

To keep the attrition levels low, the workforce needs to have a sense of belonging too. Most people like to feel like they’re part of something bigger, a family, a club, or a team and employees are no different. Delhi’s best Business Coach, Mr. Mahasharmani has always been an advocate for social interaction among all the employees within an organization. Encouraging positive participation from your staff can help boost happiness. The various departments within the business should work as well-oiled parts working in tandem in the organizational machinery rather than closed independent units.

Active participation and involvement do wonders to turn around an unhappy employee and helps inculcate the sense of belonging.

Without that sense of belonging, employees feel threatened in a way that is akin to physical pain. The most sought after Business Coach in India, Mr. Mahasharamani helps you identify the chinks in your HR policies, the scope for improvement and the remedial measures so that your business is at the top of its game.

Another aspect that is crucial for the well-being of an organization is direct communication with the top leadership through various initiatives. ‘Meet the TOP BRASS’ sessions, ‘town-halls’ and informal mingling of the head honchos with the lower rung executives are instrumental in breaking the ice and nurturing a culture that encourages productivity.

“People do like to feel they are a part of a team but at the same time there’s a need to be identified as individuals by their employers No employee likes to be a nameless, faceless worker,” says Mr. Mahasharmani. For every business, no matter big or small, it is imperative to get to know what’s important to each employee – their needs, hopes, aspirations, and goals. Mr. Mahasharmani says that after recognizing the needs, hopes and aspirations, the business must then strive to fit these into the overall organizational goals. So that moving forward, individuals grow with the business.