Piyush Mahajan Career Expert

Piyush Mahajan

Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator

Piyush Mahajan

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About Piyush Mahajan

Wouldn't it be so wonderful if you could lead a life that is not given to you by people or situations around you but the one that you desire from within your heart? I had dreamt of such a life for long and, therefore, took a decision of dropping off my decade-long career in geospatial space and follow my heart. No matter how successful and rewarding my job was, I knew my true calling is connecting and engaging with people. So, I went on to become a certified life coach offering personalised 1-on-1 and group coaching programs to- * To-be professionals not able to decide which course to take next or which skill to acquire that best suits their interest and capability. * Working Professionals who took a break in career but now want to re-start * Working professionals who are discontented with their current position and want to make a move or shift Starting from identifying my clients' needs to establishing goals, I work toward helping them shift their mindset and think bigger so that they can reach their full potential and grow professionally. Specialties: Career | Success | Parenting | Custom-design individual coaching | Group coaching Education: ICF Certified Life Coach, Executive Program in Global Business Management - IIM Calcutta

 Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, is a career counsellor based at New Delhi, India area. View all career counsellors from New Delhi

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Experience
  • Independant Life Coach and Corporate Facilitator

    Own ,2016 - Present

Education
  • IIM Calcutta

    Executive Program in Global Business Management ,2012 - 2013

  • International Coach Federation

    Certified Life Coach ,2015 - 2016

Certification
  • Certified Life Coach

    International Coach Federation ,2016

Awards Honours

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Hi Daamodal, Interviews being our first interaction with the prospective employer, they try to gauge best information from us to understand our technical and functional fitment to the role they are looking at. With this question, the recruiter is trying to assess your past achievements, what does success means to you and which achievement milestones you consider important. While answering this question, provide examples and evidences on how you achieved success at workplace in past, how do you set goals for yourself and your plan to work towards them, mention the challenges that would have com

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 16, 2017
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Hello Preeti, With your strong working experience and relevant education, you can surely get into counselling jobs at school. Also, you may like to explore options at colleges and corporates as counsellor. Hope this helps. Piyush

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 16, 2017
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Hi Anshuman, Interview is our first interaction with the prospective employer and the interviewer totally understand that much of our life is about choices we make. Thus to know more about your personality, your working style and performance under pressure, interviewer probes you to make a choice between two competing alternatives. You answer can be - I would consider work and money equally important. Since earning money for our livelihood is important but more important is loving what I do. Enjoying my work, contributing to the success of project assigned to me, having cordial relations with

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 09, 2017
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Hello Abhishek, This question is a very common open ended question asked by interviewer. This is to gather information about your motivation, attitude, initiation and proactiveness. You may reply this question by mentioning- certain new technologies that you want to acquire relevant to your current/offered job profile which skills you want to upgrade looking at your the current skillset/knowledge certain soft skills that you want to work upon such as communication, presentation skills In addition, you may understand the learning and development initiatives of the organisation from the interv

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 09, 2017
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Hi Saif, Thank you for stopping by at CareerGuide.com. One of the greatest confusion amongst students after UG course is, what next? Students then start taking advices from their near & dear ones, start following the market trend and suggestions given by others without understanding "what is it that we want, what is my career aspiration, what am I good at, where do I want to see myself in the coming 5 or 7 years". MBA may take you towards a successful and well-paying career, but you need to first figure out why you want to do it and what you want to achieve by it. Please feel free to conne

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 07, 2017
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Hello Sai Priya, You can ask the question here or call us by using the talk option at ;. Looking forward to connect with you, Piyush  

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 07, 2017
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Hello Abhishek, Thanks for stopping by at CareerGuide.com. There are many factors which will help you decide on the career you want such as- The subjects which interest you Where do you visualise yourself in coming 5 (or so) years? What is the goal that you have decided for yourself? What is the motivation behind choosing and pursuing this goal? How do you plan to achieve your goal? Please write down answers to above questions and decide for yourself. I recommend you taking Ideal Career Test at CareerGuide which will help you narrow down the career options best suitable for you. Accordingly,

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 04, 2017
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Hello Vivek, Glad to have you at CareerGuide.com. One you are clear with your career goal that you aspire to achieve by doing Executive MBA, you can also explore programs offered at https://www.hugheseducation.com/. They are designed specifically to match the academic/career aspirations and time constraints of working professionals like you. Such platforms provide interactive onsite learning through satellite based education programs from premier management institutions in the country via live, interactive, real-time, two way video, voice and data classes, spread across different ci

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 03, 2017
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Hello User, Thanks for stopping by at CareerGuide.com. The difference between the full time and weekend executive MBA course has been very well defined in earlier post. Let me throw some light to 'Which one should be preferred?'. This is very specific to everyone's situation and goal that you are aiming to achieve when you plan to go for Executive MBA. Please consider following points- 1. Why do you want to go for Executive MBA? 2. Can you afford taking a break from job and do MBA? 3. Which stream you want to choose? Explore whether it is available in full time or weekend course. 4. What is yo

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 03, 2017
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Hello, Thanks for stopping by at CareerGuide.com. We'll be glad to help you enter and grow in career, but please let us know specific points that you need counselling on. You may like to answer following questions to take the conversation ahead- 1. What specific guidance you are looking for? 2. What is your B.Tech. specialisation? 3. What challenges you are facing to move ahead in career? Looking forward to be your growth partner, Piyush

Answered by: Piyush Mahajan, Career and Success Coach | Corporate Facilitator, on September 02, 2017