With nearly 25 years of combined working and business experience Dr Pillai is a well known leadership speaker, author, trainer, and personal mentor. He has written nearly 200 articles and papers for various magazines, newspapers and journals.
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Dr.Radhakrishnan Pillai is a Ph.D from the University of Mumbai, Department of Philosophy. He trains leaders and aspirants from various fields including Corporate, politics, academics, military etc. He has done an extensive research on “Kautilya’s Arthashastra”, the well known book on management written in 4th BC from Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF), Kerala under the guidance of Dr Gangadharan Nair, the dean of Adi Shankara Sanskrit University. He did his MA in Sanskrit and a PhD. in Arthashastra. He is a certified management consultant from the International Institute of Management Consultants.
Dr Pillai is the Director at SPM Foundation and Founder Director of Atma Darshan Pvt Ltd (a Spiritual Tourism Company) & Chanakya Aanvikshiki Pvt Ltd (a Leadership Training & Mentoring Institute). He has been recently appointed as the Deputy Director of Chanakya International Institute of Leadership Studies (CIILS), as autonomous Institute based in the University of Mumbai’s Kalina Campus.
With nearly 25 years of combined working and business experience Dr Pillai is a well known leadership speaker, author, trainer, and personal mentor. He has written nearly 200 articles and papers for various magazines, newspapers and journals. He has also hosted a radio show “Ask Chanakya” on Moksha Channel of Worldspace satellite radio. He has represented India in various national and international conferences including the World Philosophy Congress in Athens, Greece, Academy of Management (AOM) in San Antonio, Texas, USA, Indian Philosophy Congress (IPC). He has also chaired session at Afro- Asian Philosophical congress (AAPA), taught in Germany (Heidelberg and Cologne universi.es), Dubai, Muscat, Singapore, Indonesia, UK (Oxford, Cambridge).